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Your Little Chatterbox: Baby’s Eighth Month Guide
Mar03

Your Little Chatterbox: Baby’s Eighth Month Guide

You have been yearning for your baby to move about and spread cheer. Well, now you might want to reconsider that wish. Your baby is in his eighth month and has started crawling. His growing curiosity will lead him to explore every possible nook and corner. Milestones in baby’s seventh month Your eight month-old baby can sit all by herself, for longer periods. She can say ‘dada’ and ‘mama’, but not always...

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Five Reasons For Preparing Your Own Baby Food
Nov04

Five Reasons For Preparing Your Own Baby Food

Are you unsure whether you should make your own baby food at home or just buy it from the store? If so, then take a look at these five good reasons for doing it yourself – they may help you make up your mind… 1. Home-made Baby Food is Healthier and More Nutritious Commercial baby foods contain additional fat, salt, sugar, fillers or other ingredients that are completely unnecessary (and often inappropriate) to your...

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Protect Your Allergic Child In School
Oct28

Protect Your Allergic Child In School

A severe allergic reaction to milk, peanuts, wheat, shellfish, latex and other types of triggers can keep a youngster from fully enjoying childhood. And that’s not right. We know how challenging and frightening it is to send a child with a severe allergy out into the world. A simple birthday party becomes a potentially deadly obstacle course for a child with a severe food allergy or latex allergy. You can’t stop your mind...

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How To Get Your Toddler To Eat Well
Oct21

How To Get Your Toddler To Eat Well

Toddlers are notoriously picky eaters. Not a parent exists that hasn’t worried about their toddlers eating habits at one time or another. Some worry their toddlers aren’t eating enough, others worry that their toddlers are eating too much, and still others worry that their toddlers aren’t eating a wide enough variety of different foods. The good news is that if you do things right, you can set your toddler on a path to good eating...

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Bathing Your Newborn
Sep30

Bathing Your Newborn

Bathing a newborn baby can be a traumatic event for a first time Mom. Newborns can seem so fragile, and wet, slippery ones downright frightening. But, don’t fear; once you get the hang of it, you’ll feel like a pro. Newborns only need to be bathed two or three times a week – bathing more often can result in dry skin. First of all, it’s important not to put your newborn in any sort of bathtub until her umbilical cord has fallen off. If...

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Teaching Kids To Value Books And Reading
Sep23

Teaching Kids To Value Books And Reading

Joys and Importance of Reading Recent research indicates that seventy percent of high school graduates are unable to read at the twelfth grade level. In many cases, reading is subordinated to other actvities in children’s lives. Is that what you want for your child? If not, get your kids interested in books at an early age. Your voice is your baby’s most beloved sound. Take advantage of your baby’s natural...

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