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  • Breastfeeding Doll

    my oldest daughter Ashley is 10 yrs old shes very interested in babies and motherly things she still plays with dolls and she pretends to breastfeed them she likes to copy what i do when i sit down to nurse her sister she sits down next to me and pulls up her shirt and puts her doll on her breast i think its really cute its a great teaching moment what do you think

    Posted October 13, 2018 at 11:03 am
    its great to have positive input i totally agree, its alot better for her to put her doll on her br…
  • Inquinal hernia in babies

    Hi My 2 month old baby girl diagnosed to have inquinal hernia and it has to be operated after she is 4 month old. What could be the cause of inquinal hernia in babies? Can it be cured without surgery? Please advise.

    Posted April 20, 2018 at 9:39 am
    Anesthesia when used sparingly and only when necessary does not put your child at risk of physical …
  • Unswaddle 5 month all with eczema and pacificier

    Hi all the super mommies! I have 5-month-old baby boy and he’s starting to roll over soon, in a matter of time, cuz I can see him arching is back quite often when he lays on his back… So I’m thinking and preparing myself to unswaddle him!! TAADA (horrifying) He’s been swaddle since day one and can only fall asleep with it and with a pacifier! And he’s been having this eczema skin which makes him scratch himself all the time, (his face, legs…most of the time bloody! I have his nails cut and trim every day). I tried once to unswaddle him with one arm and he just kept knocking his dummy out and scratch himself… So my question is what would you do? andy similar stories and successful or unsuccessful stories or tips? At this moment we are room sharing and the sleep training is quite successful (i don’t need to hold him or rock him to sleep, he can sleep by himself after the bed routine) But I guess once I unswaddle him, everything will be different huh?

    Posted March 3, 2018 at 10:02 pm
    The itching is the worst! Be sure and chat with his doctor about medical management of eczema. Ther…
  • Diaper Rash

    New mom, am due any day. My husband and I were wondering, if our baby has a bad diaper rash are we able to put cream or powder on the area and them let air out? Or should the area be immediately covered again?

    Posted January 15, 2018 at 7:49 pm
    Very helpful, did not know this, thank you very much!
  • Boggie Sucker Machine

    We were given an electronic nose plunger thing at my baby shower. It plays music and does am awesome job of clearing our little boys nose. We normally don’t use it though because he hates it and screams like we’re torturing him and he had gotten good at letting us use the old school nose plunger thing a little. But lately he has had a little cold and his nose is running like crazy and the old school one is just not cutting it. I have had to use the battery operated machine one and it works amazingly and gets everything out of his nose every time I just feel like complete crap doing it because the whole time he’s crying screaming and trying to get away from me. And not a normal tantrum or whiny on ornery cry his whole face turns red his body stiffens up and even though I don’t think it’s hurting him and he acts just fine when it’s all done it kills me. I wish the old school nose plunger saying worked just as good as the machine one does but it just doesn’t . please help!! should I keep using the machine or just do the best I can with the old school one???

    Posted December 31, 2017 at 3:31 am
    Thank you love!!!
  • Gas, Colic, or Reflux?

    Let’s discuss every new parent’s worst nightmare…how to know the difference between regular gas, colic, and reflux. So let’s hear it! Is your baby fussy for hours at a time with no obvious cause? How do you know if your baby has regular gas, colic, or if something more serious is going on? What is colic, anyway? Join the discussion to learn more!

    Posted October 11, 2015 at 9:50 pm
    Switched to soy formula and now the occasional fuss but she is better I’m so sad my breast …
  • Hello

    I Am a Week Early On My Period and My Last period was may27/2017 and I have start bleeding jun 18 a week early can I be pregnant

    Posted June 22, 2017 at 11:52 pm
    Hi Relli, it is possible you could be pregnant so I’d go ahead and take a test when your peri…
  • New survey opportunity

    Hi everyone! I’m a mom of 3 – ages 8, 6, and 2 – and am an assistant professor in public health. My research primarily focuses on improving maternal and child health with the goal of fostering healthy families. To that end, I have led a team of researchers to create a survey for better understanding postpartum maternal attitudes and behaviors. I am looking for moms to participate who have a new baby between 6 weeks and 6 months of age. If this describes you, would you please consider answering a few questions? The survey covers a range of topics, and we expect it will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. Thanks SO much for considering! If interested, please click the following link to first answer a handful questions to ensure you meet our eligibility criteria. If so, you will be presented with the opportunity to review a complete description of the study and give your consent for participation. Thanks again and please let me know if you have any questions! I can be reached at Best wishes for you and your family! Heather Sipsma

    Posted June 2, 2017 at 2:41 pm
    Thanks so much! I greatly appreciate it!
  • Information about parenting survey

    My name is Denitsa Batsova. I am a second year master psychology student at Webster University in Vienna, Austria. I am currently running a study about information about parenting and parental practices as a part of my master thesis. The study will take approximately 40 minutes. The participation in the study is completely voluntary and anonymous. You can also withdraw at any time without any consequences. You will be fully debriefed about the purpose of the study at the end. If you have any questions or if you want to be informed about the results of the study, you can contact me at If you decide to participate, please, click on the link below:

    Posted February 21, 2017 at 9:33 am
  • RSV

    My 12 week old has RSV and I’m stressing out about it, any other parent been through this

    Posted February 9, 2017 at 10:19 pm
    Yes and it’s so stressful! How are things with your baby?
  • A University of Oxford study about your childbirth experience

    Hello! The University of Oxford is doing a study looking at the experience of childbirth for first-time mothers. We would greatly appreciate your participation! This project is funded by a UK grant from the Economic and Social Research Council. We are interested in seeing whether certain kinds of childbirth experiences for first-time mothers lead to any kinds of feelings with those they believe have shared the experience. We also want to look at mental health during and after pregnancy. Who can participate? All first-time mothers should be living in the United States and be above the age of 18. We are inviting 2 different groups of first-time mothers to participate: (1) Women who are currently pregnant with their firstborn child, and (2) Women who have a firstborn child that is 6 months old or younger. If you would like to participate, please click on one of the two links pasted below, and you will be redirected to an anonymous online questionnaire. *If you are currently pregnant with your firstborn child, please click here: *If you have a firstborn child that is 6 months old or younger, please click here: Everyone will be emailed a $10 Amazon e-gift card as a thank you for their participation. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions: Thank you so much! Wishing you a wonderful day!

    Posted November 21, 2016 at 10:14 pm
  • Soothing Techniques Are Not Working! Could it be gas?

    My newborn often cries very hard for 20-30 min at a time. I have heard that many times parents think their newborn has gas but they just aren’t using soothing techniques correctly. However, I feel like I have tried all methods swaddling, sucking, rigorous swinging etc. How can I tell if it is gas or just a fussy newborn?

    Posted June 28, 2016 at 3:05 pm
    Is it only at a certain time of day? My babies both were fussy for 45 minutes or so at night every …
  • 9 months old suddenly hates eating and gags

    My daughter has been eating solid food since she was 6 months old and have basically tried everything including chicken, turkey and beef with some veggies and fruits but not forgetting rice cereal and oatmeals. Up till recently, she has been gagging on food that I feed her and then refuse to eat. She is also taking less amount of milk but still taking them regardless. Just 20% less then the normal and her weight is steady. She did have a cold a few days ago and her pediatrician checked her and confirms she has no sore throat but just a normal cold. She has not started any finger foods nor one of those yogurt bites because ive tried the yogurt bites and i think she almost choked on it. Any other moms out there experienced the same thing? I did some research and some say to try finger foods and some say it is just a phase but it can take between a few weeks to many months. Her daycare teacher also said that it is normally and she would not worry about it but as a first time mom to a baby that previously would eat all day and anything that goes in her mouth, i am a little bit concerned. Any ideas?

    Posted June 28, 2016 at 3:42 pm
    Hi Diane! Thanks for the update! So glad she is eating again!
  • Three week old won't sleep on her own

    My three week old doesn’t seem to want to sleep anywhere except on a person. I’ve been sleeping sitting on the couch at night with her lying on my chest. I have a pack-n-play in our bedroom right next to my side of the bed. If I try to have her sleep there, between feeding, fussing, and small noises when she finally calms down my husband and I get no sleep at all before she has to feed again. I tried this a few times and by around 3 am I give up and wind up on the couch again to get any sleep at all. Is this a phase she’ll grow out of on her own? Is there anything I can do to encourage her to sleep quietly in the pack and play for at least two hours between feeds so I can sleep in my own bed for at least a little while?

    Posted October 22, 2014 at 1:45 pm
    Just let your child sleep with you. My son almost never slept in his crib. He loved to snuggle with…
  • Concern new mom

    I’m 5 weeks pregnant had an hcg test done yesterday and was told my levels are on the low side of 120 is that normal or should I be concerned of a miscarriage.

    Posted April 14, 2016 at 5:02 pm
    Hi Yolanda, A single hcg number isn’t usually super helpful since there can be such a wide ra…

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