Archive | February, 2008

Your Baby’s Hearing at 7 Months

Posted on 25 February 2008 by

At this stage of his infanthood, his hearing is very important in the development of his communication skills. He should be babbling much more and should be trying to “talk” to you.

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Yolanda T. of Zeeland, MI

Posted on 24 February 2008 by

This week’s drawing winner goes to Yolanda T. of Zeeland, MI. Congratulations! Please email us to confirm your mailing address and we will rush you the $10 gift card to Babies R Us.

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3 Tips for Teaching Your Child to Stop Having Tantrums

Posted on 21 February 2008 by

We have all either been the parent in the grocery store who looks mortified while their child beats their fists, kicks, and screams on the floor – or we have witnessed this situation taking place. It is not pretty, it’s embarrassing, and it is a very difficult thing to handle. If your child has temper tantrums often, you are probably willing to exchange a limb to figure out how to stop them.

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How to Prevent Your Baby from Getting a Flat Head

Posted on 18 February 2008 by

There are a few different reasons that a child can develop Flat Head Syndrome other than pressure during delivery. Find out what causes flat head, how to get it diagnosed and treated, how to prevent it.

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Mey C. of Apple Valley, MN

Posted on 16 February 2008 by

This week’s drawing winner goes to Mey C. of Apple Valley, MN. Congratulations! Please email us to confirm your mailing address and we will rush you the $10 gift card to Babies R Us.

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Improve Your Romance – Get Your Child Out of Your Bed

Posted on 13 February 2008 by

Being intimate and getting a good night’s sleep are two large parts of a healthy marriage, and let’s face it: if your child is curled up in the bed with you, it’s hard to have either one of those things. So, what is the best way to get your child out of your bed?

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Tree Musketeers – Kids and Tree Planting

Posted on 11 February 2008 by

It’s a great opportunity for your kids to pick up some leadership skills as well as learn about the environment. They will also learn that their “little” effort makes a difference in promoting a healthy world.

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Reconnecting With Your Spouse

Posted on 10 February 2008 by

There are certain periods in a marriage where a couple may become more distant than normal. Some of those times might include the birth of a child, issues at work, or even a rough patch in the marriage. It can make you feel pretty lonely to be disconnected from the person you love.

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Christine H. of Irvine, CA

Posted on 10 February 2008 by

This week’s drawing winner goes to Christine H. of Irvine, CA.  Congratulations! Please email us to confirm your mailing address and we will rush you the $10 gift card to Babies R Us.

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Confessions of a Multitasking Mom

Posted on 07 February 2008 by

Do you really have to do only one thing at a time to do it well? A story of a multitasking mom.

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Go Green Without Breaking Your Piggy Bank

Posted on 06 February 2008 by

What are some of the ways in which you can go “greener” without breaking your budget? Here are a few suggestions.

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