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  • Baby Cribs Safety Tips for Young Moms  By : Jeff de Lara
    Baby Crib Supply - Cheap baby cribs affordable, comfortable and safe baby cribs. Cheap baby cribs with the highest quality.
  • Early Learning Games To Stimulate Your Toddlers Language Skills, Easy As A,B,C.  By : Victoria Welch
    It is important not to make up your own baby language, as it will just confuse, your toddler, using simple words is far more effective.

    Toddlers love to listen to simple stories and nursery rhymes, reading and repeating these stories will help his language development. Reading is one of the most important activities that you can do, it opens up their minds to new ideas, explores their imagination, and is a big stepping-stone for future development.

    It’s not just a book; it’s an adventure that opens the door to a whole new world.

    Reading to children, especially babies and toddlers, is a great way to boost development, early reading skills and a great way for you to communicate and bond.
  • A Baby Bash Coming Up and Baby Games to Play at the Shower  By : Amanda Maseko
    The baby bash depends on the age of the baby. For one year olds, clowns would do so that he or she can facilitate the party since the most important guests would be the little children. Magic shows and puppetry would be sufficient to keep the children interested and satisfied. While for two years old and older, since by this time, they are already mobile and have learned to walk, a costume party or an amusement park theme would be the solution to keep the kids happy, balloons to keep them preocc
  • Child Behavior Problems: Bedtime Woes, Why will She not Stay in Bed?  By : Dr. Noel Swanson.
    It is often difficult to get your child to go to bed for two reasons. One, the child is in no mood to give up the activity and go to the quiet lonely bedroom and be deprived of the fun. Secondly, by the end of the day you are so tired that you long for some quiet moments all to yourself. Both of you are justified and that is where the clash of interest begins. The result is your child throws up a tantrum or comes up with some demand or the other that can postpone bedtime.
  • Basic Facts About Acid Reflux In Infant For New Parents  By : Richal Peyton
    Acid reflux is not uncommon in babies. What parents need to do is to gather as much information on the condition in order to be able to deal with it properly. Get to know just how many babies are affected by acid reflux, why they get it, and how the condition progresses if left untreated.
  • Should You Use Portable Cribs in Nurseries?  By : JB Anthony
    It's not uncommon to find some parents who want to use portable cribs as the main crib for their baby's nursery. The best way to decide is to have a look at the pros and cons first. Although different brands and different models have varying conditions and qualities, there are some general aspects that are worth considering.
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  • Throwing Your First Baby Shower  By : Pamela Kazmierczak
    Many people have either attended a baby shower or had one thrown for them. However, when trying to organize a baby shower these same people may be at a loss, not knowing where to start. This article will cover the basics of a baby shower, especially in the planning stages.
  • The Perfect Blankets For Babies  By : Charlie Reese
    There are many different kinds of blankets for babies and you may be at a loss if you are buying such an item for a special little arrival. Finding the right product might be a bit of a challenge but you can narrow down your options in a few ways. You may already have blankets for babies in mind and this is a great start.
  • Baby Gift Baskets: The Perfect Gift  By : Pamela Kazmierczak
    Have you ever wanted to get the perfect gift for a mother to be but were unsure how to do so? Do you want to be brave and skip using the baby registry, but want to ensure the new parents will still love the present they are to receive? If you want to provide a more unique present than everyone else you should consider a baby gift basket.
  • Creating Your Own Baby Gift Basket  By : Robert Thomson
    If you are planning on attending a baby shower, you might be at a loss for what to get the expecting mother.
  • Touch and Massage: Providing Infants Love and Care  By : Cecilia Artates
    This article is about the many benefits of touch and massage for infants. Touch and massage therapy have a lot in common because they have a lot to do with motion of the hands over various parts of the infant's or baby's body and it promotes interaction, bonding, healing and provide stress relief.
  • Tantrums! How To Avoid The Toddler Terrible Two  By : Dr. Noel Swanson.
    2 year olds. Don't you just love 'em? Especially when they are rolling around the floor having a good old tantrum. So, are there any tips for making the terrible twos a little less terrible?
  • How To Really Clothe Your Baby (and Make A Statement)  By : Alexa Ferotina
    Clothes shopping before the nine months is up is one of the best parts of getting ready for a baby. So whatdo you look for as you choose clothes for your new baby? Old time clothing manufacturers say not to buy too many newborn sizes. If this is your first child, you might be surprised how fast the little one grows. In addition, some don't fit into newborn sizes anyway. Best to get something that will grow and stretch with the toddler. Chances are you may receive a lot of baby clothes as gifts. It is fine, and friends will understand if you exchange them for larger sizes. It's not a bad idea to leave the tags on the clothes until you are sure the infant can comfortably wear the clothing.
  • Treating Acid Reflux In Baby  By : Richal Peyton
    Acid refluxes don't just happen with older children and adults - acid reflux in baby can also happen. At the earliest signs of the condition, it is best to have your baby seen and properly diagnosed right away by the doctor. Babies suffering from acid reflux will show just about the same symptoms as adult sufferers. However, it can be more challenging to treat babies since they don't tend to follow certain methods all the time and may need more assistance. Take the steps in this article to effectively treat your baby.
  • Providing Babies with Teething Pain Relief  By : Kristine Gonzaga
    Teething in babies is normally accompanied by slight pain and discomfort caused by the new teeth. Although this is normal, teething pain can disrupt your baby's routine and cause long periods of crying and being irritable. This article provides some tips on how you can provide your baby with simple and easy teething pain relief.
  • Do You Know What To Do When Your Baby Cries?  By : Dave Deane
    Crying is a physiological process in the life of a baby. All normal babies cry to communicate with others. Since they can't express their feelings in words crying is the only way for communication.
  • Know All About Breastfeeding  By : Dave Deane
    From the first moment the infant is applied to the breast, it must be nursed upon a certain plan.
  • Safety Tips - Important In Caring For Babies - Part 2  By : Dave Deane
    What You Should NOT do
  • Safety Tips - Important In Caring For Babies - Part 1  By : Dave Deane
    What You Should Do?
  • Some Reasons Why Babies Cry  By : Dave Deane
    Crying is a normal event in the lives of all babies.When a baby comes out of the woomb the first thing to do is crying.
  • Taking Your Infant In The Open Air  By : Dave Deane
    The respiration of a pure air is at all times, and under all circumstances, indispensable to the health of the infant.
  • Different Stomach And Bowel Disorders Among Infants  By : Dave Deane
    Disorder of the stomach and bowels is one of the most fruitful sources of the diseases of infancy. Only prevent their derangement, and, all things being equal, the infant will be healthy and flourish, and need not the aid of physic or physicians.
  • An Infants Artificial Diet  By : Dave Deane
    It should be as like the breast-milk as possible. This is obtained by a mixture of cow's milk, water, and sugar, in the following proportions.

    Fresh cow's milk, two thirds; Boiling water, or thin barley water, one third; Loaf sugar, a sufficient quantity to sweeten.
  • From Infant To Toddler At Christmas  By : J Gardener
    That first Christmas with a newborn is always particularly special for a young family. Though the new parents understand that it's the start of what will hopefully be a generation of extra-special holidays, they tend to pull out all the stops and overspend, over decorate, and, as much as it's possible with an infant, spoil their newest family member. Moms and dads usually discover, on Christmas morning, that the brightly-colored wrapping paper and the gift boxes hold much more appeal to an infant than actual toys.
  • How to Cut your Toddlers Hair  By : TODDLERHAIR
    Tips For Cutting Your Toddlers Hair Cutting your toddler's hair can be as aggrivating and difficult as trying to bathe a cat. In some cases, the toddler will struggle more than the cat! Even if your toddler doesn't struggle with you cutting her hair, you might not be sure how exactly to go about it. Fortunately, there are some things that you can be aware of that will make the experience of cutting your toddler's hair an easier and more tolerable one.
  • A Christmas Baby-Sitting Club  By : J Gardener
    There's nothing more wonderful than watching a child, particularly your own child, as the anticipation of Santa Claus's visit turns into the reality of Christmas morning. Whatever stress parents have felt, throughout the holiday season, will vanish with the joy that's reflected in their childrens' eyes.
  • Baby Nursery Ideas  By : Glenn Dahlenburg
    Baby Nursery Theme Ideas

    Having a baby is one of the most exciting times in your life, but it can also be one of the most stressful times. When you bring home that little bundle of joy, a lot of things are going to change. Not only is your budget and your lifestyle going to change, but your home is going to change, too. The first step to having this baby is to prepare a place for him or her to stay. Making a baby nursery is extremely important, but it can also be fun. The first place that your child lives should be a fun, nurturing space within your home.
  • Public Potty Training  By : Jeff Sliger
    A fatherhood experience, involving a young sons potty training and how a father and son embrace that training in a public facility.
  • Facts About Cloth Diapers  By : Jane Bear
    The most important thing when raising a child is to make sure he or she is healthy. It is also very important that the baby should be comfortable, safe, and happy at all times. A way to ensure the baby's comfort is to keep him or her clean. A cloth diaper can help you do the job.
  • The Diaper Debacle: A History From Hides To Huggies  By : Mischelle Weedman Davis
    For thousands of years parents have struggled with the diaper debacle. How to contain, manage, and dispose of the bodily excretions of their little bundles of joy until they are old enough to manage the issue themselves.
  • Tips to Help Get Your Baby to Sleep  By : Robert Kokoska
    Try these easy tips when you're having trouble getting your baby to sleep.
  • Introducing Your Baby To Solid Foods  By : Mischelle Weedman Davis
    A basic guide to introducing your baby to solid foods.
  • Best 6 Pacifier Safety Tips  By : JB Anthony
    Although not all babies take to pacifiers, pacifiers are generally a great source of comfort for most babies. In any case, if you do choose to get a pacifier for your baby, there are a couple of safety tips that you need to consider.
  • Small Children And Food Allergies  By : Mischelle Weedman Davis
    A child is at higher risk for food allergies if one or more close family members have allergies or allergy-related conditions, like food allergies, eczema, or asthma.
  • What Does My Baby’s Cry Mean?  By : Tina Allen, LMT, CIIT, CIMI
    From the very moment of birth, your baby began to communicate with you. As soon as you hold your baby, you begin to communicate with each other by exchanging loving glances, sounds, and touches. You introduce your little one to your own ways communicating through touch, making verbal sounds and facial gestures. Over time, your baby will learn your language and ways of communicating, just as you will learn your baby's unique language.
  • How to Increase Infant Stimulation  By : Tina Allen, LMT, CIIT, CIMI
    Many parents want to find ways to help stimulate their baby and what better way than through play time together. For babies, playing stimulates their senses, and helps them to learn. Playing with your baby, also known as infant stimulation, can include activities that stimulate your baby’s senses.
  • Bonding Through Touch: Infant Massage  By : Tina Allen, LMT, CIIT, CIMI
    When your baby first arrives your bond may begin immediately, or for some it may take you both time to “grow on each other”. One thing we know for sure is that bonding is essential for a baby.
  • Back to Work: What About Baby?  By : Tina Allen, LMT, CIIT, CIMI
    Throughout history, mothers have kept their babies with them while working. However, having children in the work environment now is not always feasible. Luckily, many companies offer programs for their employees to bring their children to work, or to work from home for at least part of their work week. But, what if your workplace doesn’t allow your baby to come to work with you? How can you balance both career and family time?
  • Baby Clothes 101: Needs and Proper Care  By : Paul Easton
    The right baby clothes for your new baby
  • Take Charge of your Toddlers with Parenting Advice  By : Molten Marketing
    Ask any parent about the toddler years, and you are likely to be met with audible groans and eye rolling. Those few years are the ones that drag on forever, with endless repetition of the same question, temper tantrums out of the blue, and the inevitable potty problems. The good news is that there are ways to calm the little ones and regain control of your home and family. Parenting advice for the mothers and fathers of toddlers is something well worth checking out.
  • 5 Tips For Selecting The Best Baby Sleep Wear  By : Dalene Joubert
    When it comes to baby sleep wear, there are some excellent suggestions to help make sure you get it right. Selecting the best sleep wear is not rocket science, but it is serious business. If you get it right, it goes a very long way to helping your baby sleep well. If you get it wrong, it will cost you a lot of money and valuable sleep.
  • 5 Baby Sleep Aids That Still Work!  By : Dalene Joubert
    Do you find yourself climbing the walls at 3 a.m. as your six-month-old plays on the floor to her heart's content? Does she snooze all day when you don't have the opportunity to do the same? Welcome to the mixed up world of babies! When night becomes day and day becomes night, there are some sleep aids that can really help both of you out.
  • Planning Fun Baby Showers  By : Denise Sanger
    That takes care of the basics that have to be done for every party and event. You’ve already decided that you don’t want your guests just sitting around while the baby shower gifts are opened. Face it, that’s fun for the mom-to-be but after 10 or 20 presents have been opened the Oohs and Ahs start to slow down considerably. So how do you incorporate fun into your baby shower?
  • 3 Shortcuts For Helping Your Baby Sleep Through The Night  By : Dalene Joubert
    Many parents have the erroneous belief that if they don't use the latest technique to get their baby asleep, it won't work. Unfortunately, complicated or latest doesn't necessarily mean better. Here are 3 better choices for getting your baby to sleep through the night.
  • Six Simple And Easy Ways You Can Help Baby Sleep  By : Dalene Joubert
    Is your newborn giving you fits every time you put her down to sleep? Don't feel too bad, most new parents go through it. Fortunately, there are a few simple and easy things you can do to help.
  • Bonding With Your Baby  By : Tina Allen, LMT, CIIT, CIMI
    Many families are concerned about bonding and attachment with their baby after adoption. If you are concerned, you are not alone. However, observation and research shows that adoptive families can form bonds as successfully as biological families. For some families infant massage plays an important role in encouraging their bond.
  • Does Massage Help Babies Develop?  By : Tina Allen, LMT, CIIT, CIMI
    Babies and children simply love to be touched. In fact, they thrive on it and it is a crucial part of their development. Children need physical contact for healthy growth and development, and massage can play an important role in nourishing this growth.
  • Revealing Review Of Best Double Strollers  By : Sally Jones
    If you are parents of two young children and find it difficult to go out for a trip to a carnival or any where, a good double stroller is worth investing.
  • Totally Truthfull Review Of Infant Strollers  By : Sally Jones
    Gone are the days when new mothers or parents had least choice in choosing an infant stroller for their babies. Now there's a great choice to pick the right infant stroller.
  • Your Four Best Signs For Easily Putting Baby To Sleep  By : Dalene Joubert
    One of the first things new parents discover is that putting baby to sleep is not always easy. Scheduling is always a good thing to have in place, but there are other signs to be aware of beyond the time on the clock. Here are a few simple signs for when it is probably time to put your baby down for a nap.
  • Three Free, Must-Use Baby Resources For Easy Parenting  By : Dalene Joubert
    To make the best decisions raising your baby, you want the information most suited to your situation. Here are 3 free baby resources to help any parent easily achieve that goal.
  • Baby Care: Introducing Solid Foods  By : Robert Thomson
    Introducing solid foods to your baby should be both healthy and tasty. What better way to is there to present baby food, than the organic, fresh, tasty and homemade way?
  • Free Time Saving Checklists For First-Time Parents  By : Dalene Joubert
    Checklists are simple solutions to help first time parents start out right, save time and avoid heartache. Here are a few great resources where you can find ready-made ones.
  • How To Teach Your Baby To Fall Asleep  By : Shannon Jaklic
    A sure fire way to get your baby to sleep through the night.
  • Do Not Put Your Baby To Sleep Face Down  By : Tina Allen, LMT, CIIT, CIMI
    Bringing Home Baby can be an exciting, wonderful and often anxious time, but with a little planning beforehand, your family will be able to relax and treasure this special time together. There is a reason why pregnancy lasts for 40 weeks –you have lots to learn from the time of conception until your little one arrives. Before you bring home baby, here are some tips to help you get ready.
  • Best Baby Products For Summer Travel  By : Shawn Swensen
    This article gives parents an idea of some of the best baby products available for summertime outings and travel.
  • Tommee Tippee Shopping At Babycity  By : BabycityWebmaster
    Tommee Tippee products have been loved by babies and recommended by mums around the world.
  • Babycity - Baby Clothes And Baby Gifts Online  By : BabycityWebmaster
    Babycity is a leading provider of baby clothing, baby gifts and nursery products on-line. We aim to offer you the best products at the best prices, all combined with a service, which is second to none.
  • Preparing A Layette For Your New Baby  By : Alan Tang
    First of all, in question you do not know, what is a layette? Well, the definition of layette is fairly relaxed: a kit consisting of a extreme business (clothing and accessories) for a new baby.
  • Child Care: Caring For Your Baby  By : Alan Tang
    If it's your first, your baby is departing to make a big difference in your life. Inevitably, your household dull will twirl around his timetable and your view will be dominated by the responsibility of caring for him.
  • BOB Strollers Arrive In Europe  By : Gary Clay
    BOB Strollers have been a huge hit in the USA with both serious athletes looking for a professional jogging stroller and stylish parents looking to make a statement.
  • Radio Flyer Is 90 Years Old  By : Gary Clay
    2007 sees the 90th birthday of Radio Flyer. The American company continues to grow and develop new toys for children. This article celebrates Radio Flyer.
  • Toys; A Vital Part Of Early Development  By : Gary Clay
    Toys are now recognised as essential for childhood development. They play a vital role in cognative and tactile maturity and stimulation. This article investigates the importance of toys.
  • Advice For Buying A Cot  By : Gary Clay
    Buying your first cot for the nursery can be a confusing task. This article explains what you should be looking for.
  • Pull Along Toys  By : Gary Clay
    Pull Along Toys can aid in both walking skills and develop imagination. This article investigates the way in which these simple toys aid in development.
  • Things You Need To Buy For Your New Baby Before You Give Birth  By : Rich Lawson
    Most first time parents to be either go completely overboard when buying for their new baby or miss something out. Make sure that you have evrything you need without wasting money.
  • Don't Touch That It's Dangerous!  By : Graham Johns
    It's amazing how fearless toddlers can be. Their innocence about the world around them allows them to pick up objects that we know are best left alone. They will put all sorts of things in their mouths, poke at others, prod at some, and try to take equipment or toys apart while you, the adult, cringe in worry of what's to come of this open curiosity.
  • Raise A Bilingual Child: 5 Strategies to Jump Start Second Language Learning For Your Child  By : Beth Butler
    We realize that starting second language learning is important to the success of our young children in this global society. Provided here are five easy strategies to follow to begin the second language journey with children between the ages of birth - five.
  • Your Infants Diet Is Wrong!  By : Daniel Millions
    How sure are you that your infant is getting the correct diet?
  • An Introduction to Baby Car Seats  By : Simone Butler
    A properly fitted car seat is essential for keeping your baby or toddler safe while travelling, but buying one for the first time can seem complicated. This article gives a brief overview of what you'll need to know.
  • Breastfeeding Stories: Good for the Heart!  By : Ronald Piper
    Breastfeeding stories are therapeutic to new mothers.
  • Is Your Toddler Ready for a Pet?  By : Graham Johns
    Little kids see them everywhere... in the neighborhood, on play dates with friends, in pre-school, and in mall pet shops. Puppies, kittens, guinea pigs, hamsters, fish, birds, rabbits, gerbils - there's an unlimited supply of animal companions for children and adults alike.
  • I'm Breastfeeding What Should I Eat?  By : Rich Lawson
    What can you eat while breastfeeding? What can't you eat? Are there foods to avoid? Here's some simple guidelines for a healthy happy baby and you.
  • Does Birth Order Really Matter?  By : Graham Johns
    Psychiatrist Alfred Adler was a contemporary of Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung, the original "fathers" of studying the intricate workings of the human mind. Adler had some very definite ideas about family and social interactions.
  • How Your Body Produces Breast Milk For Breastfeeding  By : Rich Lawson
    You've noticed changes in your breasts during pregnancy - they're getting more swollen and tender. But what exactly is going on underneath the skin in preparation for your newborn baby?
  • How To Use A Breast Pump To Pump Your Milk  By : Rich Lawson
    Pumping your breast milk for later use is a way that you can spend some time away from your child or choose not to breastfeed while still providing your child with breast milk and those significant health benefits. Using a breast pump is a skill, just like breastfeeding, that needs to be learnt.
  • What Are The Implications Of Smoking While Breastfeeding?  By : Rich Lawson
    Except for certain medical reasons breastfeeding is best for you and your baby. But what if you are a smoker? How does smoking affect the situation?
  • Are Martial Arts Suitable For Your Toddler  By : Graham Johns
    Practicing the martial arts provides distinct advantages for older children and adults. Did you know that toddler-age children could also greatly benefit from the martial arts as well? Karate and Tae Kwan Do not only provide toddlers with exciting experiences with other children, but these arts also encourage motor skill coordination, concentration, and self-confidence.
  • How To Determine Your "Open Adoption" Tolerance  By : David Luce
    Adoption Choices: Life is full of choices. And when you make the one big choice and begin your journey to parenthood through adoption, you will be faced with what seems like an unending volley of life-changing choices.
  • Breastfeeding And Alcohol - Can They Mix?  By : Rich Lawson
    Can you drink alcohol and breastfeed? If so what are the implications?
  • Choosing a Baby Monitor  By : Simone Butler
    A baby monitor system is an essential purchase for parents-to-be, but how do you know which model to buy? This article descibes the most common types of monitors available, and the range of features they can offer.
  • 3 Reasons Not To Follow a Low-Carb Diet When Breastfeeding!  By : Rich Lawson
    After a mother has given birth it is natural to be anxious to lose the weight that has been put on during pregnancy as quickly as possible but is a low-carb diet suitable when breastfeeding?
  • Choose Booster Car Seats For Your Child's Safety!  By : Gary Tooth
    Booster seats are simply seats which allow your child freedom of movement but at the same time provide protection. This type of car safety sear is best described as midway between the total restraint given by the infant seat, and a more breathable restraint that we have with the adult seatbelt.
  • Is it Innocence or Wisdom?  By : Graham Johns
    Innocence is difficult to find in today's world. Every generation says, "These are bad times, we really have it hard." It's probably more accurate to say that these are challenging times, and every generation has its own unique set of challenges.
  • But Why Can't I Say That?  By : Graham Johns
    What is it with kids and body parts? And functions? Why are little kids, barely verbal, so fascinated with their own body parts and those of others? Do they have to discuss personal functions in such detail, and in such embarrassing company?
  • Parenting Help for Manipulative Tantrums  By : Keith Londrie
    At the joyous age of two through four, temper tantrums can creep in without warning. It is a frustrating event, and even the most prepared parent can't help but feel helpless at times.
  • How Edward Jenner Dicovered The Smallpox Vaccine  By : Andi Michaels
    No longer is death by small pox, debilitating pain from polio, death or serious illness from measles, mumps and rubella a constant danger.
  • Is Your Toddler Being Bullied?  By : Graham Johns
    When you send your toddler off to pre-school or on a play date with a friend, the last thing on your mind is that something might go wrong.
  • 5 Baby Nursery Decor Tips  By : Allan Wilson
    As a new parent you want what is best for your new baby. However you shouldn't feel like you have to get expensive items as you can make a beautiful baby nursery that is both affordable and practical.
  • Things To Keep in Mind When Choosing a Baby Crib  By : Allan Wilson
    There is a huge array of cribs to choose from, available in the market today. There are models that can be converted in stages from a crib to toddler bed to a full sized single bed.
  • What to Get a New Baby  By : Stephen Dolan
    Finding the right gift for a newborn can be challenging, especially if you'd like to go beyond the usual baby clothes. Here are a few great ideas for that 'extra special' baby gift.
  • Baby's First Christmas Stocking  By : John Pawlett
    The day my son was born was truly the best day of my life.
  • Baby's First Days At Home  By : John Pawlett
    The moment that you have waited for has finally arrived: the day you bring your newborn baby home from the hospital.
  • Double Baby Jogging Stroller  By : John Pawlett
    One drawback that many women face when they have children is weight gain.
  • A Parent's Guide to Understanding Asperger's Disorder  By : Graham Johns
    Asperger's Disorder is a devastating development disorder that has its onset in early childhood, in children as young as two years old. Its best thought of a less impairing form of autism (a pervasive development disorder).
  • The Right Baby Shoes Are Crucial To The Development Of Babies Feet!  By : Gary Tooth
    If you read some reports from pediatricians, many will recommend that your baby does not wear shoes until they reach at least 15 months of age. But this is just a general guide as not all children are the same and you need to take into consideration whether your baby is walking or not.
  • Protect Your Child From Mr. Germ  By : Janet Winter
    Meet Mr. Germ - a crafty invader targeting everyone from infants to adults. His goal is to make us sick! The cold and flu season is his favorite time of the year, and everyone is a target. Once he finds a 'victim', he can spread his germs from one person to another in a fairly rapid chain reaction.
  • Journaling Prompts for New Mothers  By : Susie Cortright
    Tips for capturing the magic of motherhood in your scrapbook or journal
  • New Year - New Language - New Benefits for Your Child  By : Beth Butler
    Resolve to give your child the lifelong skill of language learning, and resolve to make it fun and easy for all. Read about ways to jump start the new year with bilingual fun made simple, affordable and fun.

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