Co-sleeping

JustMommies Tools

Baby Name Finder

FIND ALPHABETICALLYFIND BY ORIGIN
» Top Baby Boy Names » Top Baby Girl Names

Pregnancy Calendar

Track your pregnancy day by day.

Enter your due date:

Ovulation Calendar

Find your most fertile days.

Average cycle length:

From The Message Boards

Trying to Conceive

Pregnancy before first AF after a miscarriage

Hello, Some of you may remember me, at the beginning of May I fell pregnant with my first baby only ...

Need Help Navigating JM?

Brest Feeding

How to Brest Feeding Baby Please Visit Following link I hope May be Help full.[URL="http://www.justm...

Fashion and Beauty

Punjab Salwar Kameez In USA

Unique Punjabi Suits Online at Best Prices. We offer stylish, trendy and good quality [COLOR=#22229c...

Not Trying Not Preventing

What kind of weather should I expect?

I would bring some tops, T-shirts, skirts, shorts, trousers, a few l...

**NEW** Due Date Club of April 2018

Got my BFP

I'm Layla, 38, married and have 1 daughter who is turning five in October. Anyone else get theirs ...

24 Weeks Pregnant: Your Pregnancy Week by Week

By JustMommies staff

You are twenty-four weeks pregnant now. It won’t be too much longer till you are through the second trimester. You may be trying to decide where baby will sleep. You probably have a crib, or plan to buy one. And you may have a bassinet or cradle. What other options are there for sleeping? Is it okay
» Read more

Co-Sleeping Safety

By JustMommies staff

Communities across the globe have been co-sleeping with their kids for centuries. In Western culture, however, the practice can be considered something dangerous to do. With unknown causes to things like S.I.D.S. (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome), or the risk of a parent rolling onto a child by accident
» Read more

Co-Sleeping Safety

By JustMommies staff

Communities across the globe have been co-sleeping with their kids for centuries. In Western culture, however, the practice can be considered something dangerous to do. With unknown causes to things like S.I.D.S. (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome), or the risk of a parent rolling onto a child by accident
» Read more

Inhabitots on JustMommies: The Case for Co-Sleeping

By Inhabitots

Few things confound parents more than the issue of sleep. Crib or co-sleep? Cry it out or tend to every whimper? Sleeping through the night, yet? There's no one-size-fits-all remedy for families, but co-sleeping is an age-old custom that has served many parents and babies well. The many benefits of co-sleeping
» Read more

Ready to Stop Co-Sleeping?

By JustMommies staff

How to Get Your Toddler Out of Your Bed You’ve enjoyed your time as a co-sleeping family, and now it’s time to reclaim your bed as your own. But your toddler is putting up resistance, and no one’s getting a good night’s sleep anymore. After all the time you’ve spent co-sleeping, how do you
» Read more

Report: Most SIDS Deaths Occur During Co-Sleeping

By JustMommies staff

A new report out of Britain finds that over half of SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome) incidents occur during co-sleeping with an adult or another child. Recent alcohol and drug use by a parent and co-sleeping on couches both play key factors. Specifically, 54% of SIDS occured during co-sleeping, according
» Read more