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Ready for Baby: The Nursery Tour. by Emily Malone Posted Tue 27 Sep 2011 2:56pm While I have shown you plenty of glimpses of our nursery as we’ve worked on it throughout this summer, now that it’s ready to go, I thought it was only fitting to give an official tour! You might remember back when it looked like this , earlier this summer when my sister was using it as her temporary summer bedroom… While I am sad ... Read on »
Our baby’s nursery by thegrassskirt Health Maven Posted Sun 16 Dec 2012 10:07pm Home Baby Our baby’s nursery 7 comments Dec 13/12 Baby   It’s hard to believe that my little baby is already 6 weeks old. Even though he still hasn’t spent a full night (or even half a night) sleeping in it, I’m goi ... Read on »
What do you need in your baby’s nursery? by Emanuela .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:02pm Part-2 which furniture do I need? Many mums-to-be want to have a lovely nursery for their baby and this can involve getting it kitted out with various items of furniture. Try to remember in all the excitement that your baby will soon outgrow it and if you are on a tight budget it’s not the end of the world. You may spend a small for ... Read on »
Safety Tips for Baby Furniture by mclaughlinheidi Posted Mon 08 Mar 2010 11:04pm Various baby furniture have various sets of safety precautions. However, there are a couple of common baby safety tips you should keep in mind in all furniture.     Placement of Furniture Believe it or not, the spot where you place your baby furniture can help prevent accidents and injuries to your baby. Cribs for example should never ... Read on »
Toys”R”Us, Inc. Partners with Home Safety Council® To Help parents Keep Children Safe At Home by Amanda Patient Expert Posted Thu 13 Aug 2009 5:50pm Company Introduces Expanded Safety Shops in Babies”R”Us Stores Nationwide, Featuring a Room-by-Room Guide to Baby-Proofing the Home Toys”R”Us, Inc. today announced it has partnered with the Home Safety Council, the only national nonprofit organization solely dedicated to preventing unintentional home-related injuries that result in nearly 2 ... Read on »
50 Things to Prepare Before Having a Baby by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 17 Apr 2010 2:47am Having a baby is a very exciting part of everyone’s life.  There are a lot of things to do and prepare for yourself, your baby and your home. What did you forget in Preparation for Your Baby? During this exciting time it is often difficult to think of everything you might need to prepare before having a baby. New parents often ha ... Read on »
Six Ways to Design a Healthy and Eco-friendly Nursery from the PEACEFUL NURSERY iPhone App by Shane S. Facebook Posted Thu 13 Jan 2011 12:00am Create A Healthy, Green Home For Your Bundle Of Joy with the Peaceful Nursery iPhone app When you’re expecting a new baby, designing and creating the perfect nursery is on the top of your to-do list. There are lots of decisions to make and the biggest factor to keep in mind is safety. Eco-conscious parents can start protec ... Read on »
What do you need in your baby’s nursery? by Emanuela .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 30 Sep 2008 11:11am   Part-2 which furniture do I need? Many mums-to-be want to have a lovely nursery for their baby and this can involve getting it kitted out with various items of furniture. Try to remember in all the excitement that your baby will soon outgrow it and if you are on a tight budget it’s not the end of the world. You may spend a small for ... Read on »
33 Week Update – Nursery Edition! by Lauren Posted Mon 28 Mar 2011 12:00pm How many weeks? I am 33 weeks!!  How am I feeling?   The weeks are just flying by these days.  I feel great and am enjoying every day!  I’m getting really excited to have the end in sight!   Its so surreal knowing that our little Taylor will be in our arms in just a few weeks.   Doctor’s Appointment? I retook the glucose tol ... Read on »
Keeping Children Safe by Amanda Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 10:13am Keeping your children safe is top priority and when you are home, it is much easier to do.  Most of you have baby proofed your home and have several devices intact to help.  But when you are traveling, keeping your child safe can be a bigger challenge.   Accidental injuries are the number one cause of death among children in the United States and ... Read on »