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First 8 Signs to Teach Your Baby #baby #babysignlanguage #babysigns #parenting
Why teach your baby sign language? Babies can understand verbal communication before they develop the skills required to verbally communicate themselves. Teaching your baby how to sign can provide them with a valuable communication skill that will enhance, rather than delay, their overall language development and learning process
First 8 Signs to Teach Your Baby
A seven-night program to better baby sleep habits
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One week program for baby sleep training
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One Week to Better Baby Sleep Habits- how to wean baby off of middle of the night feeding and teach him to self-soothe
One Week to Better Baby Sleep Habits
An awake toddler in the middle of the night is no joke, friends! Practical tips to sort through toddler night waking using thoughtful, purposeful parenting!
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Do you still worry about the Christmas gift? Here can help you get the beat gift for you little girl. What are you waiting for? http://uggstyleforyou.blogspot.com/
Gentle Ways To Help Your Child Sleep Through the NIght
One of the biggest challenges a new parent faces is with a child who won't sleep. Here are a few gentle ways to help them that don't involve...
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For baby & bigger kids... One of the biggest challenges a new parent faces is with a child who won't sleep. Here are a few gentle ways to help them that don't involve...
We talked about this last night, but I found a post that may be helpful to you! Despite the advice of some well-meaning people, I never resorted to crying-it-out with Jack. I believe all parents have the right to make the best decision for their child, and Forrest and I never felt good about letting Jack cry-it-out, despite his terrible sleep problems. He’s had health problems since the day he was born, that often result in pain, so we just didn’t think it was the right decision for us. And before any of you think I’m judging you if you used crying it out, I’m not. It just wasn’t right for us! Because of that decision to not use the cry-it-out method, I found myself searching high and low for tips to help Jack sleep better. Even though it took a little longer to get him to sleep through the night, it was worth the effort and sleepless nights. He now goes to bed really easily (well, at least when we are at home) and takes a nap every day between two and four hours. I like to think we’re being rewarded for those many sleepless nights. If you are finding yourself with a child who just won’t sleep, but for whatever reason don’t want to use crying it out, here are a few things we did that we found effective. Some of these ideas are based off of The No-Cry Sleep Solution, which is a book I highly recommend. It’s very well-written and has some great tips. While none of these are fast fixes, I believe they are gentle ways to help your child be more comfortable! 1) Routine Children are creatures of habit. I think one of the most important things you can do is establish a sleep routine early on. With Jack, we usually put him down to sleep at the same time every night, but it wasn’t until we finally started having a very specific routine right before bedtime that he not only stopped fighting us when we put him down to sleep but seems to look forward to our nightly rituals. I’m sure our routine seems a little bit silly to some, but it works. One night when I was away taking some photos for my sister-in-law, Jack was having problems going to sleep, so I sang to him over the phone the song we always sing, and it helped. It can be hard to make sure your child goes to sleep around the same time every night, but it’s important to try and do so. Their bodies start to get trained to get tired around the same time if it’s done over and over again. If you are putting your child to sleep at random times, it can confuse them, making it hard to get them to sleep ever! 2) Comfort I think it’s important to make sure your child is comfortable and knows you haven’t abandoned them. Whether or not you decide to have your child cry-it-out is up to you, but whatever you do, let them know you haven’t left them to the wolves. Before your put your child down at night, be sure to make sure they have a clean diaper on (who wants to sleep in a wet one? No child I know), and that the clothing they are wearing are appropriate for the climate and temperature. There have been a few times that we put my son to bed with just a onesie on, and he woke up earlier than usual because he was so cold. Giving your child a comfort item at night is a great idea, too. Whether it’s a favorite blanket, a stuffed animal, or something else, having something to cuddle at night can help them feel less alone. For my son, he has to have some of his little trains, his “Grammy” blanket, and his WubbaNub before he’ll let us leave the room. 3) Wind Down Time This is something Forrest swears by. It seems like right before bedtime is when Jack gets the most wound up, especially when we’ve been spending time with family. For anyone, it can be hard to go straight from non-stop fun, to non-stop quietness. Right before naptime and bedtime, we take about 10-15 minutes where we help our son wind down a little bit. It usually involves reading a book, or just snuggling on the couch, but we’ve found that he goes to sleep much eaiser if he’s not wired. And when you think about it, isn’t that the same for most of us? I know that when I try to go to bed after a rather intense workout, or even watching a captivating television show, I have a really hard time falling asleep. It can take some time to wind down, but the ten minutes that it takes is worth it, when it prevents 60 minutes of whining and trying to avoid sleep. 4) Sleep Associations The author of the No Cry Sleep Solution suggested creating “sleep associations,” which is basically something that the child only associates with sleep. This can be anything from soft music playing, to a blanket, to lavender essential oils in a diffuser — it just has to be something that is only used during sleep time. It may take time to create a sleep association, but after a little bit of consistency, these sleep associations can be incredibly powerful and comforting. For Jack, we have some white noise that we only put on right before bedtime or nap time, and as soon as it goes on, he falls asleep pretty soon after. 5) Wear their blanket This is something that works best with younger children (under about a year.) Infants are usually comforted immensely by the scent of their mother, especially at night time. And since you probably don’t really want to climb in their crib and sleep with them, putting a blanket, or even an article of clothing, near them that smells like you can help calm them down. When Jack was smaller, I would often put his swaddling blanket (the Aden and Anais brand is the BEST) around my neck, like a scarf, for about two hours before I wanted to put him to bed. When it was bedtime, I would swaddle him in it, and I really feel like it helped him fall sleep faster and for longer. It’s not recommended to put loose blankets or pillows in a baby’s bed when they are young, so keep that in mind. 6) Bath A lot of children are very soothed by their baths, and it can really help them sleep better. Jack isn’t one of those children — he’s hated bath time since he was about nine months old. However, from everything I’ve read, giving your child a nice, warm bath right before bedtime can help soothe their minds and body and prepare them for bed. Lavender is a scent that is oft associated with relaxation, so if your child isn’t sensitive to scents, I would recommend getting a lavender shampoo or bubble bath. We always like using Lavender and Chamomile from Baby Magic. 7) Rule Out Illness As I mentioned, our primary reason for avoiding crying it out with Jack was because of his health problems. He has had digestive problems, acid reflux, and ear infections since he was young, which does affect sleep. This was something we discovered after several doctor’s visits, and I’m grateful that investigated why he had so many problems sleeping. After countless ear infections, he had tubes put in, which almost immediately helped him sleep better. The stomach problems have been harder to help, and he does occasionally still wake up because of them, but not nearly as much as he did before. Not all children have health problems if they are having problems sleeping. However, some do, and if you find your child just won’t sleep, or cries inconsolably for hours, I would definitely consult your doctor. You never know if there’s any underlying problem! If you find that your child is having a lot of gas, one thing you can do is use gas drops. We never had a ton of success with this (since Jack’s problems were more than just gas), but I know a lot of people swear by them. 8) Patience It’s not realistic to expect your child to sleep through the night a few weeks after they are born. Nor is it realistic to think that it may not take a little bit of work. There will always be those children that start to sleep through the night, with no trouble, super early on, and then there will be others who, despite your best efforts, refuse to sleep for a very long time. Although it can be incredibly frustrating, and tiring, try and remember that “this too shall pass.” Easier said, than done, I know. But I promise, there will come a time when your child will sleep through the night, and you might just miss those middle of the night snuggles. As always, be careful with putting blankets, stuffed animals, or other objects in your child’s crib, especially when they are young. SOURCE
One of the biggest challenges a new parent faces is with a child who won't sleep. Here are a few gentle ways to help your baby sleep through the night. #ClarksCondensed
One of the biggest challenges a new parent faces is with a child who won't sleep. Here are a few gentle ways to help your child sleep through the night (aka alternatives to crying it out)
A few gentle ways to help your child sleep better - that doesn't involve crying it out. Celebrate parenthood!
One of the biggest challenges a new parent faces is with a child who won't sleep. Here are a few gentle ways to help them that don't involve crying it out.
Gentle Ways To Help Your Child Sleep Through the NIght
The 8, 9, or 10 Month Old Baby Sleep Regression Explained
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The 8, 9, or 10 month old baby sleep regression explained. The sleep regression that happens at 8, 9, or 10 months can be tough to handle. The Baby Sleep Site® explains why this sleep regression happens, and what you can do to cope.
The 8, 9, or 10 Month Sleep Regression Explained | The Baby Sleep Site - Baby Sleep Help | Toddler Sleep Help | Personalized Sleep Consulting
The 8, 9, or 10 Month Sleep Regression Explained
Baby massage - helps with teething and colds.
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@Melissa Squires Vice, I haven't actually read this but it might help with baby girl's teeth. Baby massage - helps with teething and colds
Baby massage - helps with teething and colds. (Ya know, I don't have a baby.. but I'd do this if I did! 'Cause I mean, look at the wittle baby nose.. and it may or may not help!!!)
Baby massage - helps with teething and #lovely kid #Cute Baby #baby boy| http://cute-baby-lindsay.blogspot.com
Tip for teething babies @Emily Schoenfeld stark
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Blood On The Dance Floor: Repin Like 7 SECRET HOME REMEDIES FOR WHEN YOUR CHILD IS SICK OR IN PAIN. 1. The B.R.A.T. for diarrhea. It stands for- Bananas, Rice, Applesauce, Toast 2. BLACK LICORICE will cure their constipation nine times out of ten! 3. The chemical reaction between baking soda and vinegar creates a cooling effect that will soothe your child’s minor burns. Just pour equal amounts of the ingredients into a bowl to bathe your child’s hand till the burning stops. 4. For an earache, us
7 secret home health remedies. 1. The B.R.A.T. for diarrhea. It stands for- Bananas, Rice, Applesauce, Toast 2. BLACK LICORICE will cure their constipation nine times out of ten! 3. The chemical reaction between baking soda and vinegar creates a cooling effect that will soothe your child’s minor burns. Just pour equal amounts of the ingredients into a bowl to bathe your child’s hand till the burning stops. 4. For an earache, use a hot pack big enough so they can lay their head down to relieve the “ache”! 5. For a headache, before you go for the drugs, like to try these three things: Give them a big drink of water. Rub their head/neck making sure to work out the knots. There is a pressure point between your thumb and pointer finger. 6. For teething take a wash cloth, wet the center with a little water, spread on a Tbl of apple sauce, roll it up, then freeze it. Babies love this b/c it’s sweet, chewy, & cold so it numbs their gums! 7. When their throat is killing them, make them “Grandmas Top Secret Lemon Honey Drink.” heat 1-cup water, add 1-Tbsp lemon juice, and 1&1/2-Tbsp honey!
Baby sign language
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The Baby Signing Bible: Baby Sign Language Made Easy. This would be awesome to teach our kids, then we could sign together!
Baby sign language (ASL) book: The Baby Signing Bible
The Baby Signing Bible: Baby Sign Language Made Easy - We're using this as our reference and will be having it in our Ibu & Me Shoppe soon. Visit www.ibuandme.com. Idea for Joann Christmas
baby sign language
Decorate a onsie baby shower game. Buy white onesies or shirts, decorate with pens, mommy to be pics her fav (this person gets a prize) . Can buy various sizes of clothes.
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Decorate a onsie baby shower game. Buy white onesies or shirts, decorate with pens, mommy to be pics her fav (this person gets a prize) . Can buy various sizes of clothes. @Nicole Duncan we should have a Virtual Shower and send you our decorated onesies!!!
Decorate a onsie baby shower game. Buy white onesies or shirts, decorate with fabric markers. I AM SO DOING THIS
Live~Laugh~Love to Teach: Baby Celebration!
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Genius! Cheerio necklace. Baby foods
Until baby eats the string. . .
Cheerio necklace to keep babies busy! Genius.
Smart! Cereal necklace.
Cheerio necklace - takes 5 minutes to make and keeps your baby entertained while you do grocery shopping and run errands #parenting #kids #babies
Make a Cheerio necklace. | 16 Creative Ways To Keep Your Kid From Having A Meltdown While You Shop * I don't have kids, but this seems like a good idea!
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Baby Sign Language
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15 baby signs to teach baby (sign language)
Never too early to start teaching a baby sign language
Baby Sign Language – 15 Easy Signs to Teach Baby. I will swear by how helpful it is to teach babies sign language.
Teaching kids sign language
Teaching baby sign language can help better communicate with your child. hmm.. good idea
15 Signs to Teach Baby - baby sign language is a great tool to increase communication and connection with your child, whether you use ASL signs or signs you and your baby create together. Sometimes it feels like the most awesome parenting lifehack! :) / Colleen at WrapsodyBaby.com
Stage 1 Homemade Baby Food Recipes for Baby 4 to 6 Months and older.
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My favorite baby food website.
Wholesome Baby Food website: tasty homemade baby food recipes
Best Baby Food Website: Wholesome Homemade Baby Food Recipes | Make Fresh Baby Food, Healthy Homemade Baby Food, its easy with new baby food recipes, solid food tips, baby nutrition & more!
tasty homemade baby food ideas
freeze home-made baby food in breastmilk storage bags. No freezer burn, takes up minimal space and easy to thaw! Brilliant!!!!
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Breast milk freezer bags for baby food storage
Freeze homemade baby food in breastmilk storage bags. No freezer burn, takes up minimal space and easy to thaw! Brilliant!
Freeze homemade baby food in breast milk storage bags. No freezer burn, takes up minimal space and easy to thaw! Brilliant!!!!
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Baby food guide by stages
Baby feeding guide
baby feeding chart, good to know for future!
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Baby Food Chart
Coconut oil for cradle cap, chamomile for teething, rash and colic fixes...and all natural!
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Natural home remedies for baby - get rid of diaper rash, cradle cap, colic and teething without the use of commercial products! (keep handy.. -sb)
A new baby’s skin is so soft, and delicate, and precious. And, as parents, we want to do everything we can to keep it that way. Unfortunately, many of the conventional and name brand baby care products contain ingredients that we wouldn’t want to put on our own skin, much less our sweet babe’s. The great thing is that there are lots of easy and homemade remedies for some of the most common baby complaints, like diaper rash, cradle cap, colic and teething. With our new baby, Blair, we’ve been using the most natural and safe products that we can on her little body. I’ve really been surprised at how easy it is to take care of her needs with so few products, and using things that we already had on hand! Diaper Rash Every baby is going to battle diaper rash at some point, and you don’t have to resort to using that stinky white cream that feels like you can never wash off your hands. Unrefined coconut oil is a super easy diaper rash cream. Coconut oil has natural anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, so it will help to heal up the rash, and protect the skin at the same time. If you use cloth diapers you’ll want to be careful about using coconut oil though, because it could cause oily build-up on the diapers and make them repel. Your best bet is to use a liner to keep the coconut oil off of the cloth diaper. Also, diluted Apple Cider Vinegar can be used to heal diaper rash. You can mix about a teaspoon of ACV with a half cup of water in a little bowl and then dip a washcloth in the mixture and lightly pat it onto your baby’s bum. Apple Cider Vinegar also has anti-bacterial qualities that help to fight diaper rash, but be aware that it may sting when you put it on your baby’s skin, if the rash is severe. Finally, air and sunshine speed up the healing of a diaper rash. When the weather was nice I would sit outside with Blair in my lap on a prefold cloth diaper, just in case, with the sun shining on her bum. Diaper rash thrives in dark and moist areas, so if you can increase air circulation and expose the area to light, that will help the skin to heal more quickly. Cradle Cap All of my babies have had cradle cap, but I didn’t worry about it with my first two babes because they had so much hair that it was hardly noticeable. Blair is a bald baby, so the cradle cap shows pretty badly on her little head. Cradle cap doesn’t hurt anything, but it can be an unattractive on a baby. I’ve found a simple solution that works well for both removing cradle cap and for keeping it from returning. When you are giving your baby a bath in the evening, rub a small amount of coconut oil onto their head and then use one of the soft bristled baby brushes to gently rub their head in a circular motion for a few minutes to help loosen and remove the cradle cap. Then rinse their head and wash with a natural baby shampoo. After they’re out of the bath, massage more coconut oil into their head where the cradle cap is. Their little head will look greasy and shiny, but leave the coconut oil on through the night. Then in the morning gently wash their hair and head again with the natural baby shampoo. The cradle cap should be mostly gone and will stay away for several weeks. If you notice it returning, you can try rubbing in some coconut oil overnight, but if that doesn’t work, you can use the bath and baby brush treatment to help remove it again. source: Emily @ Live Renewed Colic and Teething Chamomile Tea is known for helping to soothe and calm babies who are fussy and upset from colic, gas pains, and teething. Choose tea from a trusted source (I use Traditional Medicinals), and brew it as you would normally brew a cup of tea, but then dilute it 1:1 with filtered water, or brew it diluted by using one tea bag for 16 oz. of water. Give 1/2 oz of tea to your baby using a dropper, or mix it in a bottle of breast milk or formula. If you’re breastfeeding you can also drink the tea (undiluted), and your baby will reap some of the benefits through your breast milk. For teething discomfort, soak the corner of a washcloth in the undiluted Chamomile tea and place it in the freezer. Let your baby chew on the frozen washcloth to soothe them and ease their teething pain. I have enjoyed using these safe and natural remedies on our sweet baby, and knowing that I’m able to care for her without using toxic chemicals or products with questionable ingredients. Please remember that I am not a doctor and these suggestions are not meant to be taken as medical advice. You should do your own research before using these natural remedies on your own baby.
Little green pouch - A zipper at the top lets you pour in pureed baby food and seal it. The twist-off cap and spout — no utensils necessary. pouches are dishwasher safe and can be stored in the freezer. Baby infant feeding first travel snack easy mom
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I knew someone would make one before me...sigh, on to the next million dollar idea
Resealable baby food pouch- pure genius.
Little green pouch - A zipper at the top lets you pour in pureed baby food and seal it. Perfect for homemade baby food!
How to Get Started Making Homemade Baby Food - tips for when to introduce baby food, how to cook baby food, and how to freeze and store home...
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How to Get Started Making Homemade Baby Food - tips for when to introduce baby food, how to cook baby food, and how to freeze and store homemade baby food.
Homemade Baby Food Tips
How to Get Started Making Homemade Baby Food - tips for when to introduce baby food, how to cook baby food, and how to freeze and store home... #homemadebabyfood
How to Get Started Making Homemade Baby Food - tips for when to introduce baby food, how to cook baby food, and how to freeze and store home. #diy #babyfood
Make Your Teething Baby Feel Better
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Baby teething ...
Making your teething baby feel better
natural teething remedies
This is a great idea! A pillow case remade...perfect for traveling and naps... baby sleeping bag!
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This is a great gift idea! A pillow case remade...perfect for traveling and naps it's a zcush nap mat, can't find an actual tutorial for making this out of pillowcases like the original pin said...
This is a great idea! A pillow case remade...perfect for traveling and naps... Good idea for a baby shower:-) Baby gift ideas.
Baby sleeping bag. This is a great idea! A pillow case remade...perfect for traveling and naps... Good idea for a baby shower:-)
This is a great idea! A pillow case re-made. Good babyshower gift !
Finger Foods For Babies and Toddlers
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Finger Foods For Babies and Toddlers - like the roasted veggie idea
Simple, nutritious recipes for finger foods for babies, def try for my baby who doesn't eat baby food anymore
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Simple, nutritious recipes for finger foods for babies and toddlers! #baby #toddler
Finger Foods For Babies and Toddlers (could bring for toddler snack time)
32 Natural Remedies for Colds, Congestion, Coughs, and Fevers in Infants (Newborn to 6 Months)
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32 Natural Remedies for Baby Colds
32 Natural Remedies for Colds, Congestion, Coughs, and Fevers in Infants (Newborn to 6 Months). @Ashley Sperber
30 Natural Remedies for Colds, Congestion, Coughs, and Fevers in Infants (Newborn to 6 Months)
Great site for Mommies with sick babies - like me. Natural Remedies for Colds, Congestion, Coughs, and Fevers in Infants (Newborn to 6 Months)
30 natural cold remedies for infants
31 natural remedies for sick babies newborn to six months
10 great tips to help your baby sleep through the night at an early age! | Feathers in Our Nest
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Newborn Sleep Schedule
establish a newborn sleep routine - tips to help baby sleep through night by 6 weeks
For a future baby!!!
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Baby Food Recipes for All Stages of Babies
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CUTE! ---Baby Food Recipes for All Stages of Babies
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0-3 Month Newborn Sleep Guide ~ My Baby Sleep Guide - Your baby sleep problems solved!
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Baby wise broken Down without reading the book pretty much!! 0-3 Month Newborn Sleep Guide ~ My Baby Sleep Guide - Your baby sleep problems solved!
remedies for colic babies