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Baby Safety: Preventable Injuries are the number one killer

October 20, 2017

Babies are precious, priceless and fragile little souls. Through parenting education, a baby can safely grow to his full potential in life. By taking a few precautions, your baby can be nurtured in a safe and loving environment. The number one killer of children, in the United States, is preventable injuries. Nine million children, ages […]

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Babies Experiment with different Babbling Sounds as they Learn to Communicate

October 19, 2017

One of the most beautiful sounds in life is listening to the babbling sound of a baby cooing to herself as she lies in her crib kicking and playing. Many babies babble, and frequently they can be caught doing it while lying quietly in bed. This prompts the question, why do babies babble in bed? […]

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Dad Friendly Strollers Height Adjustable Stroller Handles Ergonomic Parenting Stoller Back Pain

October 19, 2017

With more and more daddies taking on the role of primary caregiver for their tots, baby gear manufacturers are starting to listen to what dads need and want. Thank goodness. Daddies’ aching shoulders, necks, and backs deserve a break from all the hunching over they do when pushing strollers. – Oh, My Aching Back –Inherently […]

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Benefits of massage for baby

October 19, 2017

Babies spend a lot of time sleeping in the early months. However, a baby doesn’t always get quality, prolonged sleep. Sleeping patterns may not be established for some time, which can leave baby and the parents feeling tired and distraught. Giving your baby a little help to relax can make all the difference to the quality of […]

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Father Bonding with Baby Fathers and Babies

October 19, 2017

Babies are bonded to their mother almost immediately. This is because of the shared space and time mama has carried this little one before delivery. Once baby is here, it is time for baby to bond with their father. It is essential for a baby girl/boy to know each parent differently, and create a bond […]

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Baby Safety how to Child Proof your Nursery

October 19, 2017

There are many preparations to make when a couple finds out they are having a baby. Buying clothes, cribs and diapers or deciding what to feed the baby are decisions that are on the minds of the new parents. Many first time parents don’t spend a lot of time on making the nursery child-proof. However, […]

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Coping you and your Crying Baby

October 19, 2017

Learning how to cope with a crying baby is not always easy for new mothers, particularly if they have not had previous experience with babies. For experienced mothers, or those with older babies, periodic bouts of crying or continual crying, can be extremely frustrating, challenging and upsetting. At times, it seems that there are no […]

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Assessing Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Ocd in Toddlers

October 19, 2017

Your little one requires that you read him “Goodnight Moon” three times before bed and he must be tucked in and kissed on the forehead; his door also must be left open or he will simply not be able to sleep. Should you be worried that he’s slipping down the scary slope of a mental […]

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Baby proofing guide for the entire kitchen

October 19, 2017

Many parents overlook the kitchen area when they prepare to baby proof their home because so many of the items are high up and out of reach for a baby. However, the dangers in the kitchen go far beyond your baby simply getting into the cupboards that hold your pots and pans. With gasoline fueled […]

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Assessing it Takes a Village to Raise a Child

October 18, 2017

In 1996 Hilary Clinton made famous the ancient African Proverb “It takes a village to raise a child.” The proverb is from Igbo and Yoruba regions of Nigeria and the basic meaning is that raising a child is a communal effort. It is to be taken to mean that the responsibility lies not only with […]

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