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Mar
22
answered Baby gift suggestion for third boy?
Mar
8
answered Ventilation holes in matress for newborn
Feb
28
comment Do we need an electronic breast pump?
Sure, but there are also other ways for dad and baby to bond. Just holding the baby on a rocking chair provides some great skin-to-skin contact. Now for a mommy break...yes, that's a nice thought...
Feb
28
revised Do we need an electronic breast pump?
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Feb
28
answered Handling a toddler at a hotel/hostel
Feb
27
answered Do we need an electronic breast pump?
Feb
24
comment How can I stop repeating myself?
How old is your child?
Feb
24
answered Is it okay for my newborn to sleep in a travel bed instead of his crib?
Feb
23
comment Silicone bottle nipple, usually has a whitish film after washing and drying? Why is this the case?
Wash/soak in vinegar and it should go away :)
Feb
21
answered How do I teach my toddler not to stuff her cheeks with food?
Feb
17
answered Ideas for dealing with a 16 month old toddler who likes to climb things?
Jan
27
comment Air in the stomach
Seems like a medical question to be asked your doctors.
Jan
25
comment Is it safe to engage in sports while pregnant?
An athlete ran a [marathon][1] at fourty weeks and went onto delivering a healthy baby right after. It all depends on your health, your doctor, and the control of your body.
Jan
17
comment What to do when parents disagree regarding their parenting
Wow, well explained. My answer seems pitiful now...
Jan
16
comment What to do when parents disagree regarding their parenting
Oh oh so agree about "parenting requires an awful lot of planning ahead"!
Jan
16
comment How should parents handle disagreement over medicine?
+1 for "Never attack the other person for having their opinions and beliefs, but try to understand where they developed them from."
Jan
13
answered What are the risks of putting a newborn baby to sleep on their front?
Jan
13
comment Should we roll our baby back onto his back so he can sleep?
Yep, our eldest slept (and still does sometimes) on her belly a lot. Once they know how to roll over, and they aren't uncomfortable on the tummy, it really isn't an issue.
Jan
13
answered Should we roll our baby back onto his back so he can sleep?
Jan
11
comment At what age can you leave the child in the bathtub?
It's not terribly uncommon to slip and fall around the house. Dizzy spells, earthquakes, tsunamis, etc. are all possible - just unlikely.