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DD's feet are SERIOUSLY stinky!

I’ve been noticing that DD's feet have been very, very stinky lately. PU! I mean seriously, P. U.!...

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First week back at work

This is my first week back at work after maternity leave, and I'm back in the pumping routine. I've...

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What is a good amount?

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Anyone heard from ypperin?

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Snuggle Up for a Long Winter Nap

By Inhabitots

It's too bad moms and dads can't catch up on some much needed ZZZZZs and hibernate for the winter.
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Eco Dental Care Tips For Tots, And Preparing For The Tooth Fairy

By Inhabitots

We all know what hard work it is for baby to sprout those teeth, and we have some eco dental care tips to keep your tot's pearly whites shining bright. Start with a BPA-free toothbrush.
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Effective, Nontoxic Teethers & Tips To Soothe Teething Babies

By Inhabitots

Teething is painful work, and it often causes babies to have very irritable days and long, sleepless nights -- both of which affect the entire family.
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Colic Symptoms in Babies

Colic is a condition in which a baby starts to cry for extended periods of time, and often for no obvious reason (no fever, for example). The crying is a response to intense abdominal pain, and doctors use what they call the “Rule of Three” to help identify it.
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Colic Myths

As if new parents weren’t stressed out enough, the persistent cry of a colicky infant adds even more tension to a household with a brand-new baby around. Adding to the difficulty is the fact that there are plenty of not-so-helpful myths about colic and what to do about it. If you have a colicky baby, you want helpful, meaningful advice – and you want it now.
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The Swaddling Debate: Is Swaddling Dangerous?

To swaddle, or not to swaddle? There is mixed advice out there among parents and childcare experts. Some say swaddling can contribute to SIDS or other issues. Others say, when done properly, swaddling is not only safe- it's highly beneficial for baby and parent. Here in lies the Great Swaddling Debate.
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How to Soothe a Colicky Baby

Having a colicky baby can be incredibly stressful and frustrating for parents. Colic refers to when an otherwise healthy baby that cries for three or more hours a day, three or more days a week, for three or more weeks (and often much longer).
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Your Crying Baby

By Nancy Da Silva
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Separation Anxiety

By Elizabeth Pantley, Author of Gentle Baby Care  
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How to Calm Your Crying Baby

By By Elizabeth Pantley, Author of Gentle Baby Care

When we’re pregnant or awaiting adoption, we dream about our baby-to-be, we always envision those beautiful Hallmark card scenes: charming baby smiling up at peaceful mother’s face. We read books in advance of the big day about how care for a newborn - how to bathe, feed and dress her - and then we feel somewhat prepared.
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