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Well two days ago we just finally got news that my husband is not able to stay in the army. But the lighter side of it they're …


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Well two days ago we just finally got news that my husband is not able to stay in the army. But the lighter side of it they're …


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09/16/14

Naming my children was a very special thing to me because you're not just giving them any name. You're giving them a start to their identity. So really it shouldn't matter to you of how people feel about your child's name. I mean you push them out and carried them for nine months not them. But I've…

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I think at about the six month mark, we started offering Cheerios and other cereals. As well as being real food, it also helps …


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Hey ladies, I'm sorry I haven't been on for awhile things here have been really crazy. My babies are getting older and smarter …


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Baby Checklist. Month 9 Week 1
1. Baby has learned a new word! In addition to “mama” and “dada,” Keman says one other word like “hi,” “bye” or “no.”
2. If I haven’t yet, I’m installing safety gates at the top and bottom of our stairs. Baby wants to climb and explore everything, and I want to keep the stairs off-limits!
3. My baby might become less interested in breastfeeding or bottle-feeding at this age — Keman is so interested in looking around and exploring, Keman doesn’t have time to sit still! I encourage Keman to eat by taking Keman into a quiet, dark room where there aren’t so many distractions.
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4. My partner and I are making time for intimacy this week. Even if we don’t have time for sex, we’ll have an intimate conversation and talk about something besides just baby.
5. I’m helping baby learn to entertain herself. I play with Keman for a few minutes, and once Keman is engaged with the toy, I step back and let Keman play by herself. I’m patient with this, and I come back if he gets upset. Sometimes Keman gets so absorbed in the toy, Keman doesn’t even notice when I step out of the room for a minute!
6. I don’t want a picky eater, so I’m offering baby lots of different kinds of foods! I give Keman different types of grains like quinoa and barley, lots of vegetables like cauliflower and zucchini, and various fruits like cantaloupe and pumpkin.
7. My partner and I sat down with each other and any other caregivers to make sure the rules for baby are always the same. Consistent rules will help Keman feel secure.
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I met my husband when I was 22 and married him a year later. I am always intrigued by couple who knew each other for a long tim…


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So every time I bath and dress my son for bed, I always wake up to him being bottom-less. And it's when I put pants on him, he …


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So every time I bath and dress my son for bed, I always wake up to him being bottom-less. And it's when I put pants on him, he …


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