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Footprint Dinosaur

The other night as I was tucking Sylas in at bedtime, he asked if we could use paint to make dinosaurs the next day. Of course I said yes!! 119 more words


18 Day Old Mariana Sifrit Infant Girl Who Contracted Viral Meningitis When She Was A Few Days Old Has Died

Mariana Sifrit, the infant girl who contracted viral meningitis caused by HSV-1 when she was less than a week old died Tuesday morning.
It is believed that baby Mariana contracted the deadly virus from a kiss because her parents, Nicole and Shane Sifrit, both tested negative for the virus. 121 more words


The Bondaroo by Dadware: A Skin-to-Skin Bonding Shirt for Dads with Their Infant

One of the fun perks of being a daddy blogger is receiving new products from companies, as they cleverly use my platform as a way to get the word out about their goods. 324 more words


Exposing Infants to Foreign Languages Ignites Learning

Researchers from the University of Washington report that with special tuition, babies from monolingual homes can develop bilingual abilities that remain even after their training is complete.  55 more words


US doctor arrives in London to assess 11-month-old Charlie Gard

(ABC News) — An American doctor specializing in treating rare genetic conditions has arrived in London to examine Charlie Gard, an 11-month-old boy suffering from a critical illness that has damaged his brain and rendered him unable to breathe without assistance. 518 more words


N.1 Declutter

I guess I’ll just start here. We found out we were pregnant in July of 2016. A complete surprise, but a very welcome one. As we started to realize the house we were living in was filled with my in-laws memories, and all of our junk that we had been dragging around for the past 10 years, we knew it was time to cut the clutter. 389 more words


The Juncture!

It’s just a flash, but every fraction of it could be remembered better. That was the most breath taking moment every women could face. From the jiffy of feeling the movements in the womb to the most agonizing contractions- everything, the pain, the tears, lack of sleep, surging hormones, the mental and physical stresses- vanished the moment she saw her little one! 93 more words