Archive | October, 2010

What You Need To Know About Ectopic Pregnancy

Posted on 30 October 2010 by

A tubal pregnancy or an ectopic pregnancy occurs when a fertilized egg is implanted outside the uterus. It can occur in 1 out of 50 pregnancies and in majority of the cases, the fertilized egg settles in the fallopian tubes — the very reason why it’s also called a tubal pregnancy. Rarely, implantation can also […]

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How To Keep Your Dog Safe On Halloween

Posted on 27 October 2010 by

Halloween has become such a widely celebrated event that even pets get all glammed up for the occasion. With costume parties here and there, dog owners also look for ways on how they can get their pets to join in on the fun. Dogs dressed as angels, vampires, or even pumpkins may look endearing, but […]

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6 Survival Tips For Stay At Home Moms

Posted on 20 October 2010 by

Watching over the kids, cleaning the house, and cooking meals are just among the few things that many stay at home moms do for most days of the week.  The responsibility of keeping a home and raising kids may sound so routinary or even manageable, but it in truth it can be quite demanding. Many […]

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How To Get Your Kids To Eat Less Halloween Candy

Posted on 18 October 2010 by

There are a lot of things to love about Halloween – the costumes, trick or treating, themed parties, and even the interaction amongst neighbors. The excitement is of course contagious, but there is still one part of Halloween that many parents dread about – the abundance of sweets. Even if you allow your kids to […]

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How to Make Spooky Specimen Decorations for Halloween

Posted on 16 October 2010 by

Halloween is just around the corner; do you have your decorations already? Here’s a chance to recycle those baby food jars you couldn’t let go of. An easy to make halloween decoration idea you and your kids can make at home: Spooky specimen jars! This project is made with kid-friendly (mostly food) materials. Here’s what […]

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Laundry Tips for Baby Clothes You May Not Know

Posted on 14 October 2010 by

Brightly colored baby clothes are always at risk of getting ruined by stains and dirt. Babies can spill milk or have a diaper mess anytime. Careless washing and everyday wear and tear can cause fading and depreciates the appearance of the clothes. If you want your baby to get the most wear out of her […]

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What You Need To Know About Getting A Mammogram

Posted on 14 October 2010 by

“I like it on the couch!” or I like it on the kitchen counter!”Have you seen those seemingly suggestive status updates on popular social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook lately? When this year’s campaign on breast cancer awareness was launched, it was met with raised eyebrows among those who were not familiar with the […]

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How to Make a Diaper Wreath

Posted on 10 October 2010 by

A homemade diaper wreath makes a great baby shower gift. All babies need diapers, and this is a unique and inexpensive way to present them. A diaper wreath is easy to make and you can personalize it to your budget and liking. Here’s what you’ll need: 22-26 Diapers (size: newborn or small) 5 Baby clothes […]

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Baby’s First Halloween

Posted on 10 October 2010 by

Celebrating all of baby’s first milestones is a rite of passage of parenthood. You want to be sure to enjoy them as the time goes so fast, and of course take plenty of pictures along the way. So when it comes to baby’s first Halloween you want to make it something truly memorable and special […]

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8 Wonderful First Birthday Presents for a Baby Girl

Posted on 08 October 2010 by

Choosing the best birthday present for a 1 year old baby girl can be tough. ‘Pinks’ seem to outnumber the ‘blues’ in toy stores and department stores. When buying a first birthday gift, you should look for something memorable and durable. Girls’ toys usually last long because they are spared from rough play. Put an […]

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How To Keep Your Kids Safe On Halloween

Posted on 07 October 2010 by

Halloween is again the time of costume parties and trick or treating, but as exciting as it can be for kids; these activities come with great risks. With Halloween-related activities here and there, it’s important that you don’t let your guard down. So before you allow your children to head out the door, make sure […]

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