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SIDS what you need to know

  Many moms have a fear about leaving their babies alone to sleep at night.   They often check on them and watch over them praying they will not stop breathing. It is normal for moms especially new mom to feel anxious during this period of time because everyone has heard of SIDS (Sudden infant Death Syndrome ).  It is also known as “crib death, and “cot death. They are aware that it is the leading cause of death in infants under one year old according to First Candle/SIDS Alliance. It is an unexpected and devastating loss to the family. No...

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How to get through the first week with your newborn?

1.Get enough sleep.Go to bed early. A good tip is when the baby sleeps you should be sleeping too. You will have plenty of opportunity to sleep. A newborn can sleep up to 20 hours a day, in 1 to 4 hours increments. This is your chance to get a good power nap. Remember you will be feeding the baby every two hours so you need to get some rest in so you can be your best for the newborn. 2.Take a break This is an opportunity for you to recharge your batteries, relieve stress and possibly reduce any post...

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How to travel with a special needs child?

  Everyone wants to travel with their family for fun,adventure, and memories. Having a family vacation to Disneyland, Niagara Falls, or a trip to the Carrebean would create beutiful memories for your family. But what if one of your children is diagnosed with a disabiliy? Travelling is already stressful, imagine travelling with a special needs child. Planning a vacation or travelling to Disneyland with a special needs child should not overwhelm you. Here are five tips for travelling with a special needs child that hopefully will make your trip go smoothly. 1. Consult with the child's pediatrician. Get permission and...

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Playground fashion

The weather is getting warmer. Spring is finally here. This is the time of year where parents and their children enjoy the outdoors. They usually visit the parks and playgrounds. Even though the playground is a fun place for our children where they can feel free to run jump and climb, at the same time it can be a dangerous place where children can get seriously injured. So what should a child wear to the playground. K.I.D Clothes and me created a fashion playground safety checklist. Here is a list of five things you should always consider when you dress...

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Baby It's Cold Outside A-Z Checklist for newborns in the winter

Aap. The American Association of pediatrics is dedicated to the well being of newborns to young adults. Blankets. Receiving blankets,swaddling blankets, blankets that keep your baby warm are a necessity in the winter. But please keep the blankets out of the crib to reduce the risk of suffocation and SIDS. Car seat. When you place a child in a car seat, place them without their winter coat or outer gear. We want the straps to fit securely on the child. This prevents the baby from slipping out of place during a crash. Dry skin. Newborns tend to suffer from dry...

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