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Co-sleeping has been around for centuries, yet has proven to be a bit of a controversial topic! Why, you may ask? Simply put, the AAP (American Academy of Pediatrics) still speaks out against co-sleeping/bed sharing. Some pediatricians are opting to shift the paradigm a bit to focus on safely co-sleeping with your baby. Here [...]
How to choose a Safe Crib
This might seem rhetorical, but it really isn't. How do you choose a safe crib for your baby? SAFE is the operative word here. And this particular little 4-lettered word should always drive your choices in picking up anything for your little one. Especially a product that your baby is going to spend most [...]
Baby Safety Hazards Game – The Top 10 Hidden Hazards in the House
So how many of the Top 10 Baby Safety Hazards can you find? And DON’T look at the cheat-sheet below before trying!
Choose & Use – JPMA Baby Safety Month, 2018
September is Baby Safety Month. This JPMA (Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association) sponsored event is an annual, month long awareness program to educate parents and caregivers on the importance of the safe use and selection of juvenile products. The 2018 theme, Choose and Use, revolves around learning and teaching parents and consumers about how to choose [...]
The amazing significance of what a mother-to-be eats
We all know, instinctively, that eating healthy during pregnancy is of utmost importance. But seldom do we stop to actually ponder the point of eating healthy. If we were to, we might wish to gain some scientific perspective. And if we did gain that perspective, we would be astounded by the phenomenal significance of [...]
Daddy Blues by Mark Williams: A book every Dad should read.
Daddy Blues tells the inspiring story of one man’s experience with postnatal depression. Mark Williams led a content life; from a working-class background, he worked his way up into a promising career and then met the love of his life. When his wife Michelle fell pregnant, it seemed as though everything had fallen into [...]