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The Lullaby as a family heirloom

I’m talking about your every day, run of the mill, possibly out of tune (but it doesn’t matter) lullabies. They don’t have to be anything fancy, and they may be the same songs that many other families sang and cherished as their own. 354 more words

Parenting

A BOY AND GIRL NURSERY

When your kids are a boy and girl and need to share the same room, a fun challenge presents itself on how you fit out this space so that it is fresh, fun and also reflects the personalities of the kids whose room it is. 496 more words

Lifestyle

Helping Baby Sleep Through the Night – Product Reviews: What Worked and What Didn't

At this point I feel like an expert on products marketed at helping babies to sleep longer, because I have tried them all! My son started out as a great sleeper, but around 4 months his ability to sleep longer than 2-3 hours went out the window and has never really recovered. 1,083 more words

Motherhood

Answers to 5 Common Questions about Baby's Sleep

Wendy Middlemiss from the University of North Texas talks to Kathleen Kendall-Tackett to answer some of the questions all new parents ask.

1. What do I need to know about my baby’s sleep position? 118 more words

Health Care

Travel Cots and Safe Sleeping

I’ll get straight to the point here. You need to bring your own travel cot or mattress.  Even if you plan ahead with the hotels, the cots provided are not up to Western SIDS safety standards (even at international hotels). 363 more words

Travel Indonesia

SKYLA GETS A WOOLBABE

Kids and SLEEP is such a major in parent life. Many factors either hinder or prolong it and speak to any parent but we literally try everything and or buy anything to make them SLEEP. 628 more words

Lifestyle

Is Co-Sleeping Dangerous?

There’s no way to sugar coat it: SIDS is truly is a parent’s worst nightmare.

I remember worrying to the point where I got up several times a night to check on my daughter while she was sleeping. 598 more words

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