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Why destroy babys they should live

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Different women i found they were evil.they tortured men by haveing too many abortions.in some cases lives should stay liveing.stay strong and let lives matter stay alive.

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submitted by bournelive 2016-10-18 02:04:22 pm    


No. Absolutely not. Just as young children are traumatized by yelling and screaming, they are deeply scared by death and the less they have to deal with it at a young age the better.

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submitted by pkavafis 2015-03-31 10:47:32 pm    

How to choose safe baby products?

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Thanks for this tip! I've been looking into getting more natural products for my baby and I find it really difficult to get something that is affordable. Any brand recommendation that is affordable?

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submitted by AbbyHuff 2014-10-28 01:42:14 am    


I find that placing my baby on my chest and hum lullaby soothingly helped a lot. Keeping his bed warm helps him to ease back into bed.

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submitted by SadhbhPorsche 2014-08-26 04:50:15 am    

Colicy baby? This is a great tip

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Try the "colic carry". Hold your baby in your arms, facing outward, and position them so that they are face-down, with your hands crossed underneath their tummy. Rock or bounce them gently in this position.

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submitted by psalty 2014-01-21 10:03:03 pm    

How to keep morning sickness away.

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First, make sure to drink lots of water. If you're sick after taking your vitamins try taking them at different times. Eat bananas, don't sit in front of a computer too long, and go for walks everyday. Oh, and keep your legs elevated when laying down.

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submitted by RosiePinup 2013-10-03 04:49:12 pm    

How To Teach Children Diversity

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For many parents, it is difficult to talk about diversity with their kids. The best way to teach children to be accepting to other cultures is to practice this ourselves. Children imitate what they see.

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submitted by MelissaNRodgz 2013-05-04 05:42:58 pm    


Here are some of the best nursery themes for girls and boys. http://toptenreview.hubpages.com/hub/The-Best-Nursery-Themes-for-Girls-and-Boys-Review

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submitted by landonpc 2013-05-01 06:24:15 pm    


Babies are crying because it's their way of communication. They can't speak yet. As a mother or father you should find out what your baby needs: food, diapers change, hugging etc. and fulfill them.

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submitted by janetwrites 2013-03-28 06:31:34 pm    

How to save money on kids clothes

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Craigslist.com is another place to find garage/block sales as well as children's toys and clothes

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submitted by Scarletfoxx 2013-02-19 04:24:40 pm    


Listen to your child and tell her that she and her ideas are important to you.

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submitted by cosin 2012-05-05 11:43:48 am    

Pregnancy Blood Test

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A pregnancy blood test provides much more information about the health and status of your pregnancy than does a simple urine pregnancy test. Learn about the quantitative pregnancy blood test. http://www.periodduringpregnancy.org/pregnancy-blood-test/

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submitted by noryanna 2012-03-19 11:22:47 am    

Food to Watch During Pregnancy

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Snack on foods such as dry crackers during pregnancy. If your stomach is filled with bland foods, you'll be less likely to feel nausea, and it will decrease the likelihood that you vomit. Foods that are acidic give you heartburn and aggravate nausea.

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submitted by evemurphy 2012-01-11 10:08:50 am    

How to potty train

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Try introducing your son or daughter to potty training by suggesting that her teddy or doll has to visit the toilet or potty.

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submitted by Barry 2011-11-22 11:56:53 am    

Dealing with toddlers

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Place odds and ends of toys in one box so that there is only one place to search for them.

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submitted by JudyE 2011-07-24 11:59:39 am    


Discover way 231 customers on Amazon gave the Joovy Caboose Ultralight Stroller an average star rating of 4 ½ stars. http://baby-stroller-reviews-blog.blogspot.com/2011/07/joovy-caboose-ultralight_18.html

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submitted by mikeb2010 2011-07-18 01:14:00 pm    

How to remove stubborn stains

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Wet the stained area with a little water. Rub in some baking soda. Make sure you test a less noticeable area first to make sure the baking soda won't bleach out the color. Pour hydrogen peroxide on a cotton ball and pat the stain until it's gone.

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submitted by workingmomwm 2011-06-05 06:40:31 pm    


When your child throws a tantrum and begins screaming, don't scream back. Whisper. He or she will stop screaming to try and figure out what you're saying.

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submitted by MissyMiss 2011-03-10 11:34:02 am    


Pregnancy Pillows Help You Get Your Rest. Pregnancy pillows is one of the most favorite for pregnant woman. Visit: http://pregnancyhealth.us/pregnancy-pillows

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submitted by andi99 2011-02-23 11:28:06 pm    

How to get your kids to listen

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A lot of parents say their kids don't listen when they yell out directives from across a room. Try getting nice and close and making requests in a low firm voice. It will make a big difference in how well your kids listen to your parenting directives.

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submitted by TPSicotte 2011-02-11 10:27:07 am    


With my son, I've noticed the more tense my wife and I are, the harder it is for him to calm down. When I'm relaxed and I hold him, it is as if he knows im calm and he stops crying. Peaceful moods soothe an infant like nothing else.

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submitted by JeffreyGlobal 2011-01-06 10:34:37 am    


Buy her something for herself -- scented lotion, a comfy robe, a cushy pillow. All the attention is on the baby at this time, so give mom some extra TLC with a gift that pampers her.

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submitted by Jimmie 2010-12-15 06:26:13 am    


Many women today are so concerned about their job and career that they delay marriage and child birth. In fact a lot of woman today are having their first child beyond the age of 30. http://hubpages.com/hub/Pregnancy-after-30-risks-and-benefits

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submitted by sid_candid 2010-12-14 08:58:09 am    

DAUGHTER WEEK

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  » Pregnancy & Parenting


If you have a daughter who makes your life fun and interesting, who has been a blessing in your life and makes life worth living just by being around - copy and paste! ♥♥Your daughter might outgrow your lap, but never your ♥heart♥

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submitted by DreamLife4U2 2010-10-02 07:08:44 pm    


While sitting or kneeling, face your child away from you, then support him or her on either side with your arms, chest, chin, legs, whatever you can! Lean slightly back and dress the toddler in pants or shoes as if you were dressing yourself.

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submitted by Teresa Schultz 2010-08-13 05:20:38 am    


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