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New Parent's Guide to Attachment Parenting
Unfortunately, babies don't come with owner's manuals. All new parents must try to figure out their own approach to raising a happy, healthy child. One such approach, developed by Dr. William Sears, is called attachment parenting. The idea is...
Posted June 24, 2016 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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The Dangers of Shaken Baby Syndrome
It's 4 a.m., and you've been up all night with a baby who just won't stop crying. You've tried everything: offering a bottle, given them a pacifier, checking the baby's diaper, rocking them, and swaddling them. Even the vibrating seat or swing you received as a baby gift isn't working...
Posted March 4, 2016 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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A Guide to Exercise for Babies and Toddlers
In order to survive and thrive, humans need several elements in their lives. They need food, water, air and other key components. All are equally important in the growth and development of babies and...
Posted March 19, 2015 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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A Timeline of Your Baby's Development
The growth and development that occurs during the first three years of life can be astounding. A newborn is virtually helpless at birth, but even a tiny baby can enjoy musical newborn gifts. As the weeks and months go by...
Posted March 10, 2015 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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How to Handle Your Teething Baby
Teething is a natural process that everyone experiences early in life. It is a time when a child's first set of teeth, which are known as the primary teeth, break through the gums. This is a very stressful time for babies and also the parents...
Posted February 26, 2015 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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Guide to Baby Toys by Age, Fun, and Safety
As they grow and develop, babies can begin to explore their world. While exploration is an important part of learning and growing, safety must remain a priority. Toys designed for babies can...
Posted February 13, 2015 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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Food Hazards for Babies and Newborns
Feeding one's baby is one of the most important things that a parent can do not only for the child's current survival but for future health as well. It is important for parents to be aware of...
Posted February 5, 2015 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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Preparing Your Older Child for the Arrival of a New Baby Sibling
While the impending birth of a new child may seem like a blessing to the adults in the family, the current child may sometimes feel threatened or unhappy about the prospect of an additional family member. This can be a problem when...
Posted January 29, 2015 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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Baby Health Guide by SimplyUniqueBabyGifts.com
One of the most important things in a baby's first year is understanding and attending to their nutritional needs. This helps to support brain development, growth, and overall health. There are different needs for infants at different ages...
Posted January 16, 2015 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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One of the first decisions that a mother-to-be must make is the decision as to whether or not she will breastfeed her baby. Women have breastfed their children throughout history, and it is a very natural and safe way to nourish one's child. It is, however...
Posted January 3, 2014 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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A Parents Guide To A Healthy Baby
Congratulations, you just found out you are having a baby! For parents around the world those are the happiest words that they can hear. By having a baby, you now have the joy and problems that come with having children...
Posted December 27th, 2013 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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Babies And Technology
Remember when all the experts could talk about were the pros and cons of the amount of time your child spends in front of the TV? Well, now the attention is on the vast amount of devices available to child in this new digital era and being responsible with that technology...
Posted November 22, 2013 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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Keep Baby Happy In Restaurants
Taking your baby out for lunch or dinner can be very enjoyable if you just plan ahead. The change in atmosphere, foods, people and sounds are very stimulating. However, babies do have a short attention span...
Posted October 11, 2013 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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Daddy and Baby Bonding Tips
Do you sometimes feel like you are on the sidelines during your baby’s infancy?

It is understandable that sitting and waiting for mom to pop that baby out can make you feel a little left out.
While it is true that moms get to experience the pregnancy and typically stay home with baby for the first year or so, there are many things you can do to be a part of that as well.
Posted May 13, 2013 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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Babies Can Smell While Inside The Womb
Yes, the sense of smell is so important that it starts developing before the baby takes their first breath! Not only that, but the sense of smell is the very first of the five senses babies will develop. Scientist used to believe...
Posted November 28, 2012 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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When Do Babies Start To Crawl?
All parents have the same question in one form or another… when will my baby start crawling? As each baby develops differently, most usually start crawling between 6 and 9 months. When your baby is ready to start crawling, he or she should be sitting without needing support...
Posted August 16, 2012 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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Common Causes for Baby Diaper Rash
It’s a fact of life. Most all babies will have diaper rash of varying degrees at some point in their lives. Diaper rash is an irritation of the skin, usually in the form of redness with small pimple like dots or raised swelling. It occurs on the area of the skin that is normally covered by the diaper. If the rash is severe, it can travel to the stomach area and thighs. Don’t get alarmed. Diaper rash is...
Posted July 25, 2012 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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Baby Teething Remedies, A ‘Lil Whiskey On The Gums?
My grandparents did it and so did my Parents, and I’m sure a lot of others did too! Whiskey on the gums was a common household remedy to ease a baby’s pain caused by teething. I don’t know of anyone lately who uses such an old fashioned and frankly inappropriate...
Posted July 4, 2012 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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You Can Help Teach Your Baby To Be Bilingual In The Womb
Being bilingual in today’s world is an asset for a multiple of reasons. A new study shows that hearing 2 languages in the womb regularly can result in babies being born bilingual.

Scientists from the University of British Columbia and a researcher from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development in France focused on 2 groups of newborns...
Posted June 27, 2012 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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Tips for Newborn Feeding On Their Schedule
Do you feed your baby on a daily schedule or let your baby decide? Experts agree that either method is perfectly appropriate.

Although some parents tend to feed their baby at a specific time,...
Posted June 20, 2012 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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Unique Baby Gifts Help Develop A Baby’s Sense Of Touch
You can’t help but smile when looking at all the different baby gifts ideas out there. I always get a kick out of the little outfits; they are just too darn cute and tiny.
Posted May 23, 2012 by Jaclyn Hill | Follow Jaclyn Hill on Google+
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