All Blog Posts Tagged 'baby' (753)

I heart the 80's

I'm not embarrassed to say it, "I love the 80's!" I'm sure I have a diary entry somewhere that reads "...when I grow up I want to be just like Coco (ya know, Irene Cara's character from the film, Fame)." I think it was a combo of my young age, the music and the fashion. Truth be known, I listen to 80's music all the time. In fact, my I-pod is loaded with tunes from Culture Club, Madonna, Donna Summer and The Go-Go's. And as much as I love me some 80's fashion I did make a promise to my husband… Continue

Added by LizzieBtv on October 3, 2009 at 4:30am — No Comments

Don't Buy the Hindu's Candy

Dude, when did going to the movies become something you had to save up for? I know that bitching about the cost of movie-going these days has been done, but I can't help it. Everytime I go, I wonder how the people that run the theaters and/or the people who run the concession, are able to get their A.I.G. on and continue to charge consumers prices for things like candy and soda that are so clearly robbery. Oh, and now, not only are they continuing to violate us in the most base and lube-less of… Continue

Added by Michele on September 30, 2009 at 9:20am — No Comments

Enter to Win a ReliOn Temple Touch Thermometer

Enter to win a ReliOn Temple Touch Thermometer at my blog A Family Full Of Opinions. I am a new blog so thanks so much in advance for checking it out and entering!

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Added by tina reynolds on September 25, 2009 at 9:41pm — No Comments

The movie Baby Mama

I have to write this post today to say something that is on my mind.



When you go to the movies, watch them at home or even online, please remember that things you see in movies most of the time—IS FAKE. Meaning, unless the words DOCUMENTARY or based on a true story——the rest is make believe, fiction, fake, just something to watch.



I rented Baby Mama. And let me point out somethings to all of you who think that the events that happened in that movie is what actually happens… Continue

Added by Bethany Jones on September 21, 2009 at 6:04pm — No Comments

Giggles Computer Funtime For Baby



Giggles Computer Funtime For Baby™ is the award-winning software that lets your baby tap and touch the keys on your computer for adorable on-screen fun.



Lovingly crafted for babies 6-to-24 months old, the program locks out the system and protects your computer and files, allowing your little one to touch any key at all.



Babies learn about and play with shapes, colors, animals, letters, numbers and more! All in…
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Added by Memorable Children Books & Gifts on September 20, 2009 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Happy Birthday, Baby!

One year ago today, my little miracle landed in my life.

Literally, landed. After hours of back labor and doctor drama (a story in itself), Jayden Eli surprised everyone by arriving in a rush and landing on the hospital floor. The nurse had just enough time to put her hand under his head, but the rest of him met the ground with an audible splat. How was it the doctor put on the chart? Oh yes, “arrived precipitously on the hospital floor.” He was immediately nicknamed Crash.…



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Added by Rachel Rene on September 17, 2009 at 4:24pm — 1 Comment

Bitter-Sweet

I expected that having a baby would add new challenges to being married. So, I am not surprised that there are moments when I'd like to kill my husband and, I'm positive, vice versa. I decided to write this post after a disagreement on the weekend about the difference in our lives right now, and by lives I mean having a life vs. not having one.



What am I bitter about? Well for starters, how about the fact that pregnancy turned my body into a never-ending project? I have to lose… Continue

Added by Jen Ellenberger on August 28, 2009 at 4:23pm — No Comments

Pretty in Pink ~ Sophisticated Prints Set the Tone for Baby Girls

While gender neutral prints and colors for kids and nursery have been the rage for the past few years, some of us still want to adorn our little bundles of sugar and spice in shades of pink.

Bebe au Lait's collection of soft goods for babies offers a bevy of beautiful textiles that offer a look that's pretty but not drippingly cute.

Shown above is Bebe au Lait's… Continue

Added by Carrie Leber on August 28, 2009 at 12:11pm — No Comments

August is Just Daisy - Win a Crochet Daisy Headband...Your Choice

August is Just Daisy - Win a Crochet Daisy Headband...Your Choice

Go to Simply FaBOWlous Blog to register

Added by Simply faBOWlous on August 9, 2009 at 11:49am — No Comments

Life Lesson 10 - The Cheerio Moments

My day goes something like this:

Wake up, not to an alarm but to an 18 month old who is up anytime between 5:30am and 6:30am. (when its my turn, great tip, my husband and i take turns so there is no cranky argument in the morning) but regardless of turns, i am up by at least 7am.

Then the baby gets milk and breakfast, i get ready for work and then leave to a now crying baby who can say no mommy bye bye! kills me every time......

But there is this moment in the morning between the… Continue

Added by Heather on July 21, 2009 at 10:38pm — 1 Comment

10 Tips To Help Your Child Stay Healthy While Eating At A Buffet

Eating at a buffet is lots of fun, especially for kids. Children get very excited about the different choices they are offered at a buffet. For some, the idea of “all you can eat” is thrilling. How can you help your child navigate a buffet without going overboard? Read on for ten simple guidelines to help your child eat at a buffet without sabotaging his diet.



1.Don’t sit/stand around the buffet. Make your child’s plate and then move away from the table. Looking at the food will only… Continue

Added by Joanna Dolgoff, MD on July 15, 2009 at 1:17pm — No Comments

How Long Did You Breastfeed? Why Did You Stop?

After my wonderful experience with it, I have become passionate about breastfeeding and would like to encourage as many moms as possible to start and continue to breastfeed — that is a major reason why I started my blog, DagmarBleasdale.com. No matter how long you choose to breastfeed — one week or four years — I want to be a resource and cheerleader for all new mothers because I believe most women can nurse their child with the… Continue

Added by Dagmar Bleasdale on July 14, 2009 at 12:58am — No Comments

My Baby’s First Haircut — Why I’m Still Crying

I finally gave in — it was time for Landon’s first haircut. After not being able to make up my mind about cutting off his beautiful little curls for the longest time, I had thought of making that trip to the hair salon in recent weeks. And when I received a half-off coupon in the mail from Snip-its, the kid’s place I wanted to take him to anyway because I wanted him to have a special, positive experience the first time, my frugal self took that as a sign.… Continue

Added by Dagmar Bleasdale on July 12, 2009 at 11:29pm — No Comments

Look No Hands....Puj Go Sling Giveaway!

Have you ever been to the grocery store with your baby and tried pushing the basket while carrying them as well? How about trying to clean house while your little one cries to be picked up? If you have a baby, then you know what I am talking about. As a mother, we learn to do most things one handed or not at all. (like now typing with one hand...LOL) Well, now is your chance to not have to.



Pujbaby.com has offered to give one of my readers a Puj Go Sling. If you have ever needed an… Continue

Added by Laurie Cooper on July 7, 2009 at 2:37am — No Comments

Healthy School Birthday Ideas

Healthy Birthday Snack Ideas:



A child’s school birthday celebration should be centered around the child; instead, it has become centered around cupcakes. Parents bring in these unhealthy treats and kids rejoice. Yet with the current child obesity crisis, many are rethinking this caloric tradition. In response, I have created this list of healthy birthday school celebrations. Enjoy them! And please, let me know if you have any additional suggestions.



Non-Food… Continue

Added by Joanna Dolgoff, MD on June 30, 2009 at 1:50pm — No Comments

The Cupcake Wars: As Seen in the NY Times (Plus More!)

The Cupcake Wars: As Seen in the NY Times (Plus More!)

Last week, there was an article in the NY Times about Meme Roth and her fight with her children’s school concerning school birthday parties and cupcakes.



What sets her off is the junk food served on special occasions: the cupcakes that come out for every birthday, the doughnuts her children were once given in gym, the sugary “Fun-Dip” packets that some parent provided the whole class on Valentine’s Day.



“I thought… Continue

Added by Joanna Dolgoff, MD on June 25, 2009 at 9:36pm — 1 Comment

Mommy Guilt, the working mom’s nemesis! – Life Lesson 4 (from my blog drivenchick.blogspot.com)

Sometimes I think the most difficult part of having a baby is not the sleepless nights, not the crying, not the birth….it is being away from her. I won’t lie, sometimes it is a needed break when I go to work or I travel and get to sleep past 5 am but not being with her outweighs any brief moment of pleasure I have. I do feel that I am a better mommy to her because I work though. That may not be the case for everyone but for a driven chick like me, someone who thrives on competition and her… Continue

Added by Heather on June 25, 2009 at 7:00pm — 1 Comment

Body After Baby: Run the Pounds Off

Monday is here again! Time to look back on the week and see how we've done, along with set new goals for the week ahead! I started running with Lucas last week and I'm loving it. We have some nice trails (smooth paths, really) around here and the weather has been so perfect. I also lost a pound, and I'm happy to say that I've lost all my baby weight! It's funny how your body really does change after having kids. I can say that I'm back to where I was weight wise pre-pregnancy, but I definately… Continue

Added by Samantha @ Mama Notes on June 22, 2009 at 10:22pm — No Comments

Why Adult Diets Are Not Appropriate For Children

Why should a child’s diet be different from an adult’s diet?



A child’s diet can not be the same as an adult’s diet for many reasons. A child’s body goes through many stages of development and his nutritional needs vary depending on which stage he is in. For example, a child in puberty requires more calories than a school-age child. Therefore, providing the correct nutritional plan at all stages of growth is crucial to ensure proper development. Let’s review several diets and why they… Continue

Added by Joanna Dolgoff, MD on June 15, 2009 at 12:33pm — No Comments

All about Annie

I've gotten a lot of comments on my Facebook page lately to the effect of, "Keep those hilarious updates about your son coming!" I wonder if my old high school classmates realize I have a daughter, too. It's true, I don't report as much about her, with her big brother providing so much easy fodder.



But even though my little girl isn't policing other kids' dirty diapers just yet, that doesn't mean that… Continue

Added by NoReturnMom on June 13, 2009 at 3:41pm — No Comments

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