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I love new moms. I love new babi... by Jennifer Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 6:58pm I love new moms. I love new babies (when they belong to other mothers). I love new moms of babies with Down syndrome. Read on »
Baby food: Simple recipes for babies and infants by Mary .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 Oct 2009 10:05pm Baby food: Recipes for infants Infants have daily requirements of about 5 grains of calcium. Ok looking at food like: Milk contains 22,(grains of calcium in each quart). Eggs, cereals, rice, radishes, asparagus, and spinach are rich in calcium. Meat, fish, bread, fruit, and potatoes are poor in calcium. Iron rich foods a ... Read on »
Cute Knit Baby Hat Patterns Need something to do? Consider knitting a baby hat for a local hospital. There are many infants by Blessed Angel Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:06pm Need something to do? Consider knitting a baby hat for a local hospital. There are many infants who are born to mothers who cannot afford essential baby items. Give the gift of warmth this season. http://www.docstoc.com/docs/1076762/Baby-Knit-Hat-Patterns http://www.docstoc.com/docs/1076823/Free-Knitted-Hat-Patterns http://www.knittingonthen ... Read on »
NewBaby.com? Yeah Baby! by Alyson .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:02pm If you’re pregnant or a parent of a newborn, toddler, or pre-schooler, then you need to head over to NewBaby.com. I know, I know... you're saying you just don't need one more membership, one more 'group', one more hangout. I know because I said the same thing. Then I went to the site and took a look around and quickly realized thatNewBaby.c ... Read on »
NEW Certified HUG Teacher Helps An Experienced Mom Understand Her Baby's Sleep by HUG Your Baby Patient Expert Posted Fri 01 Oct 2010 12:00am Kristin Cottom is a Family Life and Childbirth Educator at Mercy Regional Health Center in Manhattan, KS. As the most recent Certified HUG Teacher, she is eager to share her HUG concepts with new moms and dads through both her "Newborn Basics" and Infant Massage classes at her hospital. As chair of a local community coalition focusin ... Read on »
The BONET: Helping a New Mom Understand Her Baby's Behavior by HUG Your Baby Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 Feb 2011 12:00am Donna Karl, MS, APRN, BC, is a nurse, educator and researcher at Children's Hospital Boston. She and her pediatrician colleague, Dr. Connie Keefer, have just published "Use of the Behavioral Observation of the Newborn Educational Trainer for Teaching Newborn Behavior." This article describes The BONET (Behavioral Observation of the Newb ... Read on »
POTW: SNUZA Mobile Baby Movement Monitor by pehpot Posted Tue 13 Mar 2012 10:16pm When I was pregnant with my first born, I collected books about pregnancy, giving birth, breastfeeding and of course child care. One of the scariest word I encountered and made me worry so much is SIDS or Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. What is SIDS? SIDS is the sudden death of an infant under one year of age which remains unexplai ... Read on »
“Restfull” Infant Formula is Full of *Something* Specially designed to help babies feel full longer and sleep better by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 Sep 2009 5:00pm Can’t get that baby to sleep through the night? Want those full 9 hours of sleep you remember? Pump your baby full of Enfamil ’s “ Restfull ” formula! It’s, Specially designed to help babies feel full longer and sleep better…[It] thickens gently in baby’s tummy and digests slowly. Because didn’t you hear? Formula-feeding is appa ... Read on »
New HUG Teacher Makes a Real Difference in Mom's (& baby's) Sleep! by HUG Your Baby Patient Expert Posted Fri 01 Jan 2010 12:00am Sarah McKay is a recent graduate of the Certified HUG Teacher training. Sarah works as a doula near Nashville, TN where she is eager to share her new HUG skills and knowledge with new moms and dads! She describes a recent home visit with a brand new mom and her baby. "I arrived at Traci's house for a postpartum visit after the birth of he ... Read on »
Give The HUG to a 'Baby Blues Mom'", suggests a new Certified HUG Teacher. by HUG Your Baby Patient Expert Posted Fri 01 Oct 2010 12:00am Pam McKimie is a Diplomat of the College of Physicians of the American Association of Integrative Medicine. Working with moms and dads of premature newborns is her passion.Her goal is to help as many families as possible understand that even during the toughest times, they can still interact and enjoy their baby in a nurturing and loving ... Read on »