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Parenting Tips to Cope with Your Newly Crawling Baby by Debby H. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 10:25am Your baby has started crawling!  As if shot out of a cannon, she now takes off for anywhere she can, whenever she can.  You’ve hurriedly secured your house; you’ve put up cabinet locks, gates, and electric outlet covers.  You’re assured she can’t hurt herself in the obvious places.  Yet there are still times when your baby will take off for place ... Read on »
Eating Disorders Rise as Baby Boomers crawl toward Menopause by Cathy T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:19pm As female baby boomers crawl toward menopause and retirement, eating disorders among this age group have started to rise. Anorexia Nervosa and Related Eating Disorders, Inc., reports that some speculate the eating disorder increase in this group, born from 1946 until 1964, is because they've consistently considered image to be of major impor ... Read on »
The Million Baby Crawl - The Fight Against Being Clean by just 4 families Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Nov 2009 10:00pm This is a story that is ever so close to my heart. I have been harping on for years (just ask my wife) about the fact we are living in a society that is too clean. We are sterilizing our homes to the point we are actually making our children sick. Yes sick! Why? Every time we grab those cleaning agents and sterilize our homes, the floors, wall ... Read on »
Babies Crawl to Take a Stand by Sierra Club .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 20 Nov 2009 10:00pm Thousands of babies are on a mission to Washington, D.C. They’re fed up with being exposed to more than 80,000 untested toxic chemicals lurking in their homes. OK, so not literally. But the Million Baby Crawl campaign is and they’re taking a stand for those that, well, can’t stand. The campaign’s sponsor, Seventh Generation, plus ... Read on »
The Parentville Fave Five - Jumping, Crawling and Walking Babies by Beth F. Patient Expert Posted Mon 03 May 2010 2:37pm Parentville has seen some interesting products for when your babies are ready to start moving.  Check out our Fave Five - a few options for keeping the kids in motion! Chico Baby Walker My kids love this walker.  We don’t let them spend too much time in it, but they definitively get excited when they’re able ... Read on »
Million Baby Crawl by Aimee Prasek Posted Tue 29 Dec 2009 12:06am Read on »
Bug crawling sensation on skin - there's a name for it?! by stipeygirl75 Posted Mon 22 Feb 2010 12:00am "Formacation" (not to be confused with fornication)! :) I was experiencing this last night. My left shoulder was spasming and I started getting a weird little "twinge" in my scalp on the left side. Then it progressed to a larger twinge, and finally felt exactly l ... Read on »
The 'Grok Crawl' by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 21 May 2009 10:00pm One of the more underappreciated developmental milestones in an infant’s life is the act of crawling. First words, walking, reading – these get all the attention, but it’s crawling that helps kids develop the important upper and lower body strength that will serve as a foundation for later activity and basic movement. Some pull and push with ... Read on »
Learning to love the baby steps by Louise Posted Tue 04 Jan 2011 2:54pm I'm delighted to share one of our Parent Talk columns from the December issue of BLOOM. It's written by Ellen Seidman. Many of you know Ellen as the mom to Max (above) and Sabrina who blogs at Love That Max . Ellen, who lives in New Jersey, was named one of Babbles Top 50 Mom Bloggers of 2010. Read below ... Read on »
Baby Shoes - But They Match the Outfit! by Dr. Andrew Schneider Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 8:00am Babies, both infants and toddlers, have unique issues when it comes to their feet and footwear. An infant's feet is essentially developmental in nature. The baby lifts up his feet and looks at these crazy things in front of his face. He explores his feet and toes and wonders what they may do. He moves them around and wonders who is making them do ... Read on »