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What Can Baby See?

When it develops Unlike a baby’s hearing, which is fully mature by the end of his first month outside the womb, the sense of sight develops gradually over 6 to 8 months, at which point your baby will see the world almost as well as you do. While your newborn’s eyes are physically capable of […]

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Vaccines Protect. Vaccines Damage. Which Is True?

Vaccines – which protect against disease by inducing immunity – are widely and routinely administered around the world, based on the common-sense principle prevention is better than treatment. (Source: WHO) ALL the Vaccines Are Contaminated – Every Last One of Them. (Source: Educate Yourself) “Educate before you vaccinate” is what those against vaccinates tell you. […]

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You’ll spread your wings and you’ll take to the sky

To my baby: Summertime, And the livin’ is easy Fish are jumpin’ And the cotton is high Your daddy’s rich And your mamma’s good lookin’ So hush little baby Don’t you cry One of these mornings You’re going to rise up singing Then you’ll spread your wings And you’ll take to the sky But till […]

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Exclusive Breastfeeding

The other day I saw my mother -in-law sticking a spoon of tea into my 2 month baby’s mouth. I managed to stop her in the last second. She then took a sip and dumped the tea because she didn’t like it. Please! Why would you want to give anything to my exclusively breastfed baby! […]

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Pain In The A**

WTF – I GOT THE ROIDS So I thought all the icky stuff concerning pregnancy and childbirth was over until about 40 days after giving birth I got the roids! WTF I thought – who invented this? Haven’t I gone through enough already? (I know I focus on the positive and both my pregnancy and […]

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Protected: Mom And Baby Workout

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Newborn Baby Sleep

A baby sleeping 8 hours per night must be every new mother’s dream. Unfortunately, according to experts, it remains a dream. Even though newborns sleep around 16 hours a day, they typically don’t stay asleep for more than 2 to 4 hours. I’m sure any new mom can confirm that their baby’s schedule is an […]

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Pacifiers 101

WHY PACIFIER? A few days ago I witnessed this scene at a restaurant: a new mom was nursing her infant, as soon as she stopped, baby started screaming bloody murder. The mom then took a binky out of her bag and stuck it into her baby’s mouth. It was as if she pressed the “mute” […]

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Protected: Wordless Wednesday: 1 Kg in 3 Weeks!

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Protected: Breastfeeding 101

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Guilty! I Fall Asleep While Nursing.

DAILY REALITY – A MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT FEEDING It’s the middle of the night and  my baby is hungry. So we lie down next to each other side by side in the big bed. Her crib is in our bedroom, not only that – her crib is a co-sleeper attached to our bed, still […]

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Protected: Stroller, Sling Or Bassinet? How To Carry a Newborn Baby.

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Should You Let Your Baby Cry?

I know I still have 2 more months to go before I hear my baby’s cry but I have heard my friend’s baby’s cry. The 4 month old girl was crying in the stroller and the mother said that if she picks her up she will stop crying and demonstrated it to me. She picked […]

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