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Selma Blair Gets Real About Postpartum Hair Loss and More!Selma Blair is refreshingly candid about the realities of postpartum hair loss following the birth of her adorable son, Arthur Saint.
Pregnant? Protect You and Your Baby - Get Vaccinated!Your mood can change on a dime. Your feet are swollen, you have heartburn, you can't sleep, and you can't stay away from the bathroom for longer than fifteen minutes. A lot of discomforts come with the joy of pregnancy. Adding the flu to that could be overwhelming, or much worse.
This week, Dec. 4-10, is National Influenza Vaccination Week (NIVW)!Get ready for National Influenza Vaccination Week! NIVW is dedicated to raising awareness about the importance and benefit of continuing flu vaccination through the holiday season and beyond.
trying to concievewhat if i dont have any luteinizing hormone in my system coukld that be fatal to me concieveing
I don't see anything wrongI don't see anything wrong with co-sleeping at all! I do it and my son (also named Mason!) is fine. I don't put his head near my pillow, I don't put a blanket on him, and I angle his body so his face isn't too close to my body. I'm a very light sleeper and anytime he moves or makes a noise I wake up, as most other moms probably do. I think it would be easier to sleep through your baby crying or your baby being in distress if they AREN'T in bed with you!
Baby Bump News: Kourtney Kardashian is Expecting Baby Number 2!It will soon be time to keep up with one more Kardashian as Kourtney Kardashian and boyfriend, Scott Disick are expecting their second baby!
I am happy that this isI am happy that this is working for Kourtney, but co-sleeping is not for me. I had my baby in a special crib attachment on my bed next to me for the first eight weeks, but then made the shift to his own bedroom. Getting to sleep alone with my husband is a precious thing. We love to cuddle and have our private time there, which would be next to impossible with our son in the bed. We do occasionally take naps with him, but not all night. He happily goes to sleep in his own bedroom. I have a sister-in-law that co-sleeps with her 6 year old daughter and 4 year old son. She couldn't bear to see them cry when they were asked to sleep in a different bed. It has now become a dependency issue and my brother is out in the cold sleeping alone on a different bed. He desperately wants to sleep with his wife, but can't because of the children. When he brings the issue up of having the children sleep in their own rooms, the kids cry and scream and his wife tells him he is being unreasonable. They no longer have any intimacy and I find that sad. That being said, it is completely up to each individual family to decide these things. There is nothing strange or creepy about it, humans have done this for thousands of years, it all depends on what works for each family and individual.
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