Archive | August, 2016

Alternative Methods for Better Sleep

Thousands of people including young children have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep and getting enough sleep.  I would like to give you some alternatives to finding better sleep that can help improve the quality of your life by being well rested so you can function optimally during the day. Sight:  Light affects our ability to [...]
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A Career for Empty Nesters Who Love Babies!

Empty Nesters are younger and more involved with life than ever before. Empty Nesters are usually moms whose kids are either gone from home or very busy with active lives of their own. As these moms consider their options, many of them are eager for part-time work. But what restrictions they impose on themselves: self-employment, [...]
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How To Get A Breastfed Baby To Take A Bottle

Mothers love breastfeeding so much that it never occurs to them that baby needs to learn to drink out of a bottle too.  When the need finally arrives baby is so use to nursing he may refuse a bottle.  This often happens between 4-6 months and beyond when Mom is going back to work or [...]
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Introducing a Sippy Cup

Did you know that drinking from a straw helps strengthens baby’s oral development?  This is why you should introduce a sippy cup starting around 7 to 8 months old. First you will need to buy some sippy cups.  There are many out there but I think starting with ones that are used for transition from [...]
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Is my Baby Getting Enough to Eat?

Human breast milk is undoubtedly the best nutrition for a newborn human baby, and babies need nothing in addition this species-specific nutrition.  Mothers can (and should) feel good about their decision to breastfeed, although many mothers ask the question, “Since I can’t “see” how much breastmilk my baby drinks at feedings, how can I be [...]
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