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ABC Baby Scrapbook

By JustMommies staff

By Tracy Ballisager You've seen them before. Adorable ABC baby scrapbooks with that extra special handmade quality satisfy any creative eye. Each page is its own entity, gleaming with color and style, displaying a memory from a child's life. Wouldn't you just love to have your own masterpiece of scrapbooking
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Airplane Travel with a Baby

By JustMommies staff

By Elizabeth Pantley, author of Gentle Baby Care and The No-Cry Sleep Solution Question We’re about to take our first airplane trip with our one-year-old. We flew quite a bit before she was born, but now we’re not sure what to pack or how to make this trip successful. Learn about it Even if
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Allergies and What You Eat While Breastfeeding

Whether because of misunderstandings, cultural differences or even old wives tales, your breastfeeding diet may feel like a long list of "don'ts." A lot of what you should and should not eat will depend on how your baby reacts during or after feedings. The foods you eat do affect the texture, makeup,
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Apgar Test

By JustMommies staff

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  The Apgar test, named after Virginia Apgar, is a test given to babies at one minute and five minutes after birth. Dr. Apgar developed the Apgar test in 1952 after working in the obstetrical field as an anesthesiologist. Her system was developed to help doctors evaluate how baby was transitioning to
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Apnea and Bradycardia in Preemies

By JustMommies staff

When a baby is born premature, her lungs and the part of her brain that controls breathing are not fully mature. A preemie cannot control breathing like a full term baby can. Instead of having a regular constant breathing pattern, preemies tend to take big breaths of air followed by shallow breathing
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Apps Every New Mom Needs

By JustMommies staff

You have been through pregnancy and delivery, and are now home with your new baby! You have read books and magazines, and talked to friends and relatives. You have your favorite websites and a pediatrician picked out. Maybe your own mom is even nearby to help you out with the day to day of having an
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Are You Making These Baby Sleep Mistakes?

By JustMommies staff

Baby sleep. It's the elusive enigma we mamas research, question, chase, and worry over (especially those of us new to the playing field!). Are we doing the right things? Are we harming our little ones? Scarring them emotionally? They're crying; we're tired. SO tired. There's got to be an easier solution
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Attachment Parenting Basics from Inhabitots

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While the concept of attachment parenting dates back to ancient times, and is considered the norm in most countries today, Dr. Bill Sears only coined the term "attachment parenting" relatively recently in the United States, in the 1980's. In America, the child-led approach to parenting is still highly
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Attachment Parenting Basics from Inhabitots

By Inhabitots

While the concept of attachment parenting dates back to ancient times, and is considered the norm in most countries today, Dr. Bill Sears only coined the term "attachment parenting" relatively recently in the United States, in the 1980's. In America, the child-led approach to parenting is still highly
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Babies Understand What Dogs Are Saying?

By JustMommies staff

LiveScience reports that while babies may not be able to talk at six months, according to a new study, they can understand dogs’ barks. When a dog barks, according to the study published in the journal Developmental Psychology, babies seem to be able to interpret the doggy emotions behind the bark.
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