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Early Days with H, Swaddle Fail

On (Mom) Life

There’s a story making its rounds around the web about a heartbroken mother whose seven-month-old son died from accidental suffocation after being placed in his crib with a blanket. 352 more words


"It Will Round Out"

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On Faith

H is nearly eight months old now–wowee! And with that comes the babbling, which is SO SWEET because he’ll “speak” with such gusto (and include various dinosaur-like squeals). 866 more words


Mixed messages: Where should babies sleep?

The Pediatric Insider

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A new study about the best place for babies to sleep – in their own rooms, or sharing a room with their parents – contradicts current AAP guidelines. 514 more words

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Babywearing to Promote Safer Sleep for Preemies

(photo description: new mother reclining in a hospital bed at a 45 degree angle with a new baby wrapped snugly to her with his cheek on her chest) 829 more words

Preventing Sudden Infant Death Syndrome through Safe Sleep Practices

Each year there are approximately 4,000 infant deaths that are attributed to sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). SIDS is “the sudden death of infant less than one year of age that cannot be explained after a thorough investigation is conducted that includes a complete autopsy, examination of the death scene, and a review of the medical history.” Sudden infant death syndrome is the… 480 more words

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