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Ten Things You Do Differently With Each Baby

Most people get more relaxed with each additional child. What do you do differently with baby #2 or #3 that you never would have done with baby #1? How do you respond to the same situation differently after you are a parenting pro?

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Added by Alison on January 19, 2015 at 10:42am — No Comments

Getting to Know You

In July of 2009, I had my third daughter, Megan. She blended into the family without much ado. A sweet, tiny, soft baby we nicknamed Squishy. Though adding nursing, how to handle three young girls and adjusting to even less sleep, was tough, it seemed as if she belonged here, knew she was third and knew that her time with Mommy was on a limited basis.



She never complained. She was my best eater, my best sleeper and my most laid back child.



But as the year has progressed… Continue

Added by Lori Pace on September 3, 2010 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Pregnancy Update: 29 Weeks! What is Baby Up To This Week?

Original Posting at NewlyParents.com here



Baby Week 29 There are several days during the week that have some sort of special meaning to them. Monday is the day we all dread as we are heading back to work. Wednesday we look forward too because that signifies that half the work week is over (don't say "Hump Day", you sound stupid), Friday is great because the weekend is here and Saturday and Sunday are… Continue

Added by Newly Parents on December 9, 2009 at 8:00pm — No Comments

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