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New Mom's Syndrome

After about 1 ½ months after my baby was born, I developed wrist pain that is directly connected to my thumb. It’s a very sharp pain, which I’ve had for almost three months now. I knew it was connected to holding my baby, but now I know that it’s directly related to constantly picking up my baby the wrong way. Today, I thought I really need to do something about it so that it does not become a major problem. As I…

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Added by Leticia on October 24, 2007 at 5:48pm — No Comments

My Unique Experience and the Human Instinct

As I am sitting here, relaxing and drinking a cup of coffee with a waffle, while my baby sleeps, I am thinking there is no better child development class than the hands-on-experience that I get with my baby. Adrian is very receptive to language, and Rob and I really enjoy the various sounds of delight that he makes. It is apparent that conversing, singing and dancing to Adrian grabs his attention and teaches him to…

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Added by Leticia on October 18, 2007 at 1:44pm — No Comments

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