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I don't want to lose the babies!' His big hand grasped hers tightly and then let go. 'You won't. We'll get you seen to. It'll be a false alarm.' He threw her a shaky grin, which she knew was false because it wavered. 'Indigestion.

Author: Sara Wood

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 1426883110

Category: Fiction

Page: 192

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Helen was very much in love with her tall, handsome husband, Dan—but she'd caught him in flagrante with his secretary, and now their marriage was over. Actually, Dan had never betrayed her—Helen had got the wrong idea. But he didn't see how their marriage could work if Helen didn't trust him. Then they discovered Helen was expecting twins! Now Dan has no choice but to be a full-time father…and husband?
2010-11-01 By Sara Wood

... written permission of the publisher and author. Any resemblance to any person, either living or dead, or actual events are coincidence. The Babies and Bedwetters of Baker St Title: The Babies 2 The Babies and Bedwetters of Baker St.

Author: Forrest Grant

Publisher: AB Discovery

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

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The Babies and Bedwetters of Baker St is the second book in the trilogy, following on from – Overlapping Stains: A Bedwetting Novel. The story continues with a new bedwetter moving into the house. Bronwyn is more than simply a chronic edge-to-edge bedwetter. She also wears diapers and uses a baby's dummy. A new larger house at Baker St means more voyages of discovery into why both boarders are such bad bedwetters and why they are showing infantile traits. Alice's backstory comes to bear as the three meet a group of Adult Babies and their lives are turned upside down. A wonderful story of discovery, nappies, love and bedwetting. And in the end, it is about overcoming the past and embracing the future, diapered and safe.
2020-10-20 By Forrest Grant

Crocodile Stitch Pixie Hat Designed by Anne-Michelle Phelan Make a pixie hat for all the babies in your life with this great pattern sized from newborn to four-yearold heads. The hat is worked from the top down in three sections: a ...

Author: Judith Durant

Publisher: Storey Publishing

ISBN: 9781612125770

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 288

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“Filled with truly cute things for truly cute little, little people. Bags, tops, toys, bibs, blankets, booties . . . Versatile, colorful, entertaining” (Knitting Scholar). Irresistible! This collection of 101 projects makes it easy and fun to crochet adorable clothes, toys, and accessories for the babies and toddlers you love. Each project uses just one skein of yarn, many take just a few hours to complete, and plenty are suitable for beginners. Hats and caps, bootees and socks, mitts, dresses, tops and bottoms—plus blankets, bibs, soft toys, bottle cozies, diaper bags, and more—there’s something here for every baby! These original patterns were contributed by fifty-four designers around the world, and each one comes with complete instructions, charts, schematics, and beautiful photographs. “All of the projects in this book are gorgeous and perfect for your little one! . . . The patterns would all make lovely gifts for a baby shower, Christening and other special baby occasions! I hope you grab this wonderful book and try the projects for yourself!” —The Stitchin’ Mommy
2016-05-03 By Judith Durant

Hmmm, I thought. Laid-back aboutpoop on thefloor? That, for me, would be a challenge. I'd heard of groups of American parents who were training their newborn babies, and at first I thought they might be insane ...

Author: Mei-Ling Hopgood

Publisher: Algonquin Books

ISBN: 9781616201203

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 304

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A “breezy and entertaining” tour of parenting practices around the world that shows there’s more than one way to diaper a baby (The Boston Globe). Mei-Ling Hopgood, a first-time mom from suburban Michigan—now living in Buenos Aires—was shocked that Argentine parents allowed their children to stay up until all hours of the night. Could there really be social and developmental advantages to this custom? Driven by a journalist’s curiosity (and a new mother’s desperation for answers), Hopgood embarked on a journey to learn how other cultures approach the challenges all parents face: bedtimes, toilet training, feeding, teaching, and more. Observing parents around the globe and interviewing anthropologists, educators, and child-care experts, she discovered a world of new ideas. The Chinese excel at potty training, teaching their wee ones as young as six months old. Kenyans wear their babies in colorful cloth slings—not only is it part of their cultural heritage, but strollers seem outright silly on Nairobi’s chaotic sidewalks. And the French are experts at turning their babies into healthy, adventurous eaters. Hopgood tested her discoveries on her spirited toddler, Sofia, with some enlightening results. This look at the ways other cultures raise children offers parents the option of experimenting with tried and true methods—and reveals that there are a surprising number of ways to be a good parent. “Hopgood is charmingly self-deprecating about her own mothering of the formidable Sofia, who emerges as a sassy character in her own right.” —The Boston Globe “A best bet for new parents.” —Booklist, starred review
2012-01-10 By Mei-Ling Hopgood

For example the study does not attempt to answer the question as to the relative number of unwed white and Negro mothers in the total community who keep their babies . In fact , it was recognized that the total community picture in this ...

Author: Social Welfare Research, Inc

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015018014160

Category: Illegitimacy

Page: 145

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In the 1980s, researchers at a College of Physical Education carried out a pilot study to try to find if new babies could retain their early swimming ability if they had daily swimming sessions. Their mothers or carers took them into ...

Author: Christine Macintyre

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136657580

Category: Education

Page: 114

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"What are the earliest influences on children's lives? Written to support early years' professionals, this fascinating book explores the pre and post-natal development of children from conception to three. It outlines the key aspects of progression during these vital years, discussing how innate and external factors combine to influence a child's well-being and abilities. Based upon exhaustive research in the field, but written in a way that is relevant and lively to practitioners and students alike, the text is organised in a question-and-answer format for quick and easy referencing. Other features include a helpful glossary of key terminology as well as suggestions for action research, making this book is an invaluable source of support for any practitioner involved in ongoing professional development. Topics explored and demystified, include: - In-depth investigation of the 'nature versus nuture' debate - The importance of movement in supporting development - The processes of attachment and bonding - Early communication and the acquisition of language - The learning process and brain development. This book will help those who work with children or who are studying formal qualifications in early years education to understand and engage with the complexities of early development, enabling them to facilitate the optimum development of the children in their care"--Provided by publisher.
2013-03 By Christine Macintyre

http://www.nap.edu/catalog/1453.html PRENATAL CARE: HAVING HEALTHY BABIES 122 the childbearing years of 18 to 35 frequently use cocaine and other drugs. Substantial percentages of women who obtain prenatal care late or not at all abuse ...

Author: Institute of Medicine

Publisher: National Academies Press

ISBN: 9780309041362

Category: Medical

Page: 184

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By all indicators, the reproductive health of Americans has been deteriorating since 1980. Our nation is troubled by rates of teen pregnancies and newborn deaths that are worse than almost all others in the Western world. Science and Babies is a straightforward presentation of the major reproductive issues we face that suggests answers for the public. The book discusses how the clash of opinions on sex and family planning prevents us from making a national commitment to reproductive health; why people in the United States have fewer contraceptive choices than those in many other countries; what we need to do to improve social and medical services for teens and people living in poverty; how couples should "shop" for a fertility service and make consumer-wise decisions; and what we can expect in the future--featuring interesting accounts of potential scientific advances.
1990-02-01 By Institute of Medicine

And popular author Laurie Paige wraps up the SO MANY BABIES miniseries with Make Way for Babies!, a poignant reunion romance in which a set of newborn twins unwittingly plays Cupid! Beloved author Gina Wilkins weaves a sensuous modern ...

Author: Laurie Paige

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9781460355473

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

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MAKE WAY FOR THE McBRIDES… One steamy teenage encounter had been enough to keep Spencer McBride's high school pal Ally in his mind all through college…and it had been more than enough to keep Spence far from home and family when Ally married his brother. But now that she was alone with adopted newborn twins, the draw of Ally in need was too powerful to keep Spence away…. Even knee-deep in formula, the proud, independent beauty still stoked Spence's desire, but was the confirmed bachelor finding it all too easy to step into the role of father. lover…husband? SO MANY BABIES: At the Buttonwood Baby Clinic, babies and romance abound!
2014-10-15 By Laurie Paige

The admission of a baby to a special care baby unit or to a neonatal intensive care unit has appropriately been referred to as 'the crisis of newborn intensive care' (Affleck et al, 1990). In this setting, the baby is at the centre of a ...

Author: Dr Anne Mcfadyen

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317799184

Category: Psychology

Page: 208

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Special care babies are at the centre of a complex system of relationships involving both family members and professionals. Prematurity, disability and life-threatening situations create a crisis which is likely to have a different meaning for each participant. Each baby's developing relationships will both influence and be influenced by relationships within the hospital and the family system. Special Care Babies and their Developing Relationships puts professionals in touch with how babies, their parents and the staff who care for them actually experience neonatal care. The book explores institutional, cultural and family beliefs about prematurity and considers the differences in beliefs and in needs of parents and staff. Anne McFadyen argues that to support the key mother-child relationship, these differences must be acknowledged, as they are at the heart of the relationship between two crucial systems which have the power to influence the baby's survival and the rest of his or her life.
2019-10-25 By Dr Anne Mcfadyen

When there are missing ingredients or inaccurate ratios, babies can become sick, and if nutrient needs are not properly met, malnutrition can lead to failure to thrive. On cue. Begin to prepare your baby's bottle when she shows the ...

Author: Katherine Erlich

Publisher: Fair Winds Press

ISBN: 9781631595172

Category: Cooking

Page: 272

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Freshly revised and updated to include incredible full-color photography, Super Nutrition for Babies, Revised Edition, features new recipes and the latest nutritional recommendations. Nutrition and proper feeding are critical in a baby’s formative first months and years. However, many traditional feeding recommendations and convenience-focused baby foods are created based on convention, rather than fostering optimal health and nutrition for infants. Filled with sugar, preservatives, and chemically-refined ingredients, these conventional baby foods make children vulnerable to illnesses and developmental difficulties now—and later in life. The revised version of Super Nutrition for Babies gives parents the latest science-verified nutritional recommendations for feeding their child. Based on the recommendations of nutrition pioneer Dr. Weston A. Price and traditional food principles, Super Nutrition for Babies, Revised Edition provides you with information on all aspects of nutrition and feeding, including when to introduce meat in a child’s diet, healthier alternatives to dairy and soy, and introducing solid foods. You'll also get a comprehensive tutorial on establishing a regular eating schedule, dealing with picky eating, and the best foods for every age and stage. Super Nutrition for Babies, Revised Edition is everything you need to give your baby the best nutrition to minimize illness, improve sleep, and optimize brain development.
2018-10-16 By Katherine Erlich