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    Published on 23-04-2014 10:18 AM
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    Engage your curious toddler or preschooler's imagination with these toys.


    Toys to consider


    • Puzzles

    To develop eye-hand coordination and fine motor skills


    • Imaginative play

    What fun to putter in a play kitchen or push a miniature train around a track


    • Push-and-pull toys

    Classic playthings that encourage toddlers to practice balance and coordination


    • Dolls that teach

    A fun way for kids to learn skills like snapping, buttoning, and zipping

    • Blocks and building sets

    Toys to spark the imagination while developing fine ...
    Published on 21-04-2014 03:57 PM
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    What products, supplies, and gear do you need to get your child safely and happily from his first to his second birthday? We know, of course, that you want to give him the world – and your love and patience can get him partway there. But there are a few other basics you'll want to provide as well.

    Toddler clothing
    Your child is both easier and harder to dress at this stage. Easier because he may raise his arms for you when you pull off his shirt; harder because he's often squirming when you do it. So look for comfortable, loose-fitting clothes that are easy to get on and off. Avoid clothes you have to button – buttons require time and patience – and look for speedy snaps and zippers instead.
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    Published on 14-04-2014 12:12 PM
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    4. Childbirth
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    Our short list of what’s crucial to have in place before your infant comes home – and why

    Removing the disco ball from the spare bedroom isn’t the only thing you need to do before bringing baby home. Long before you deliver, it’s a good idea to prepare for baby’s arrival by readying his room (or area) and making sure that you have the key items you’ll need.

    If baby will have his own room, ask your significant other to paint (using no-VOC paint) in advance so the room will be aired out fully by the time baby comes home. Expectant moms shouldn’t
    ...
    Published on 11-04-2014 09:27 AM
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    2. Breastfeed,
    3. Healthy Mommy Means Healthy Baby,
    4. Breastfeeding
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    You’ll spend less time doing it
    Good news if you feel like all you did during the newborn period was feed your baby: Once baby gets the hang of nursing, he’ll probably get better at it, which usually translates to faster. “A newborn feeding can take 20 to 40 minutes, but by the time they get to be three months old, they often cut way back on feeding duration,” says Nancy Mohrbacher, IBCLC, FILCA and author of Breastfeeding Answers Made Simple: A Guide for Helping Mothers. “It could become 10 to 20 minutes, depending on the baby.” Chances are your baby will still be nursing
    ...
    Published on 09-04-2014 10:55 AM
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    NEW YORK (AP) — The rising cost of child care is among likely reasons for a rise in the number of women staying home full-time with their children, according to a new Pew Research Center report released Tuesday.Other factors cited by Pew to explain the increase include more immigrant mothers, who tend to stay home with children in greater numbers than you.S.-born moms; more women unable to find work; and ambivalence about the impact of working mothers on young children.

    The share of mothers who do not work outside the home rose to 29 percent in 2012, the
    ...
    Published on 07-04-2014 10:25 AM
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    You already know that alcohol, drugs and cigarettes are officially off-limits, but did you know that during pregnancy your immune system is suppressed, leaving you more susceptible to food-borne bacteria and viruses? It’s important to avoid certain foods that carry a higher risk of harming your developing baby (some bacteria and parasites have potentially life-threatening consequences for the fetus).




    Here’s what to avoid:
    · raw eggs and
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    Published on 04-04-2014 09:07 AM
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    2. Labour
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    Charlene Pineda-Fischer, a mom of two in Burlington, Ont., had one of those rare water-breaking experiences worthy of the movies. “It was my last day of work and my colleagues had taken me to lunch,” she says. “I was just standing up to go to the bathroom — again — when I felt this whoosh.” She immediately soaked her pants and her chair. “I waddled as quickly as I could to the bathroom, where I made an even bigger mess.” Pineda-Fischer had to borrow a friend’s shawl and wrap it around her waist to ...
    Published on 02-04-2014 09:16 AM
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    Motherhood is a marathon that begins putting a woman’s body through its paces long before a baby arrives and continues well beyond birth. With that in mind, we've put together five exercises to help you shoulder the physical challenges of pregnancy and the first few years thereafter.

    Exercise Caution
    Before you lace up your athletic shoes, let’s go over a few key points about prenatal exercise. Many experts agree that not only is physical activity safe for women with low-risk pregnancies, it may actually lower the odds of certain complications, control or even prevent conditions like gestational diabetes, ward off muscle aches and pains, and reduce interventions during labour. (Contraindications to exercise include persistent bleeding in the second or third trimester, incompetent cervix, and pregnancy-induced
    ...
    Published on 31-03-2014 10:00 AM
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    If you’re enjoying breastfeeding, you can continue for as long as you and your baby want to. That could mean until she's a year, or even two years, old. There's no need to stop before you’re both ready.

    Most women set goals for breastfeeding of between three months and a year. Though in many parts of the world, it’s usual to breastfeed for two years or even longer.

    How long you keep breastfeeding for is your decision. It will depend on how you feel emotionally, as well as your personal
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    Published on 28-03-2014 12:49 PM
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    2. Pregnancy
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    Q: I'm a stomach sleeper. How can I make myself more comfortable sleeping on my side?


    When you’re pregnant, it’s impossible to sleep on your belly, and you should avoid sleeping on your back after the first trimester. When youlie on your back, the weight of your uterus presses on the vein that returns blood from your lower body to your heart. This slows the blood supply to the placenta, which could inhibit oxygen and nutrients on their way to your baby.There is no one way to make ...

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