How to Wean Your Nursing Baby

September 23, 2010
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Weaning Your Infant When a baby is making a transition from milk to other forms of nourishment it is called weaning. This can be an emotional time for both child and mother and it is important to remember that there is no one-way to wean your child from the breast. Every mother’s decision to wean [...]

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How to Feed Your Picky Eating Toddler

September 23, 2010
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Methods for Feeding a Fussy Infant Trying to feed your toddler can be like trying to get a hole-in-one playing golf. More food seems to get on you then in their mouth and you are always left with a big mess to clean up afterward. Moms are always determined to get their children to try [...]

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How to Lose Weight after Pregnancy Naturally

September 22, 2010
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Natural  Weight Loss after Giving Birth Most pregnant women are advised by their doctor to eat more than the usual and because of this they gain a lot of body fat during pregnancy. Body fat is essential during gestation because it provides the woman with reserved energy needed for pregnancy, childbirth, and childcare. As a [...]

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Best Way To Take Baby Pictures

September 21, 2010
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Getting the Best Picture of Your Baby The miracle of birth sparks the desire to capture each moment of the new arrival’s activity. Having a camera ready at all time allows the parents to get each and every facial expression of the new addition to the family. As a child grows and can sit and [...]

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Newborn Babies and Sleep

September 21, 2010
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Sleep Patterns in Infants We often hear the horror stories of new parents—sleep deprived, begrudgingly throwing off the covers to walk into the next room as their bundle of joy is, well, not so joyous. Believe it or not, many of these parents were not properly informed about newborn babies and sleep. Many take the [...]

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Potty Training Tips for Your Toddler

September 18, 2010
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Advice for Toilet Training Your Child Are you thinking about saying goodbye to diapers and hello to underwear? Getting your child to cooperatively use the bathroom can be as difficult as convincing your husband to go shopping with you. Although getting your child potty trained is a climactic point in every parent’s life, it is [...]

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Pregnancy and Gum Disease

September 15, 2010
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Oral Health during Pregnancy Oral health is really important for everyone. However, it is particularly important for pregnant women. During pregnancy, women are more susceptible to developing gum disease because of hormonal changes in the body. Consequently, it is extremely important for pregnant women to keep an eye on their oral health and visit their [...]

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How to Prevent Skin Irritation for Your Baby

September 14, 2010
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Methods of Preventing Skin Irritation for Your Infant As you have no doubt swiftly discovered, babies have extremely sensitive skin.  The tiniest environmental irritant can wreak havoc on your child’s dermis, and don’t even get started on the harmful chemicals found in everything that comes in contact with their skin, from diapers to clothing to [...]

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How to Find a Nanny For Your Children

September 14, 2010
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All working parents need to know their children are properly cared for while they are earning a living for the family. Knowing your child is safe and well creates peace of mind to concentrate on job duties during work hours, travel, or whenever you must be away from home. Nanny or Babysitter Learning how to [...]

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Flying With Infants

September 14, 2010
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Airplane Travel Tips for Flying with a Baby While most “firsts,” such as the first smile or laugh, bring nothing but joy to a parent, the anticipation of baby’s first flight can cause a lot of stress. However, there are some tips that can make flying with infants fun, or at least tolerable. Check-in and [...]

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