Posted 11:23 PM 5/6/2013
Pacis, binkies, whatever you call them, they can be a hassle. They are constantly being dropped or lost out in public and at home. Moms have a love/hate relationship with them for this very reason. But could the germs from the pacifier cut your baby's risk of allergies?
Posted 12:46 PM 4/5/2013 by Vicki - Happy Green Mama
When it comes to babies and physical development, I am overly sensitive. Baby #1 crawled at eight months with her hips on the floor which some might call the "army crawl". However, at 15 months she still wasn't walking. She was diagnosed with developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) or hip (More)
Posted 3:20 PM 3/25/2013
Between 6-10 months, babies are learning that they can make things happen by using gestures (like reaching or crawling toward a person or object), facial expressions (like smiles), and sounds (coos, babbles and cries.) One of the key ways they make things happen and also learn how the world works (More)
Posted 2:10 PM 3/20/2013
Being pregnant people always seem to ask you the strangest and probably very inappropriate questions. Below is a list of ten that have hit the top of the charts. Have you ever been asked any of these questions?
Posted 1:57 PM 3/20/2013
Nine months have passed; the trip to the hospital was a quick one, now the baby is home. Time has passed and the world has kept turning; bills need to be paid, groceries bought, errands ran, oh and there is that BBQ this weekend. But, when is it okay to take the newborn out and about?
Posted 1:07 PM 3/20/2013 by Happy Green Mama Guest - Valerie
Healthy oral hygiene habits starts long before you see that first tooth slowly come out, which means you will have to start while your baby is still a newborn. There are many reasons for you to care for your baby's teeth, but what you must never forget is that baby teeth or milk teeth actually (More)
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