• Inside My Newborn Baby Diaper Bag!
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    Inside My Newborn Baby Diaper Bag!

    (gentle acoustic music) – I want to give you guys a little tour of what our newborn diaper bag looks like. And I’m saying newborn, because the diaper bag changes. So you can’t expect a diaper bag for a newborn to look the way a diaper bag will look for a six-month old or even to have a diaper bag by the time they’re like a year, you’ll be over it. (laughs) But I thought it’d be fun to show you our hospital diaper bag and what we’re planning on right now. (silly sound effect) I’m making some theme music for this, okay. First of all, I’ll show you what…

  • My Son’s 1st Birthday Party (Daniel Tiger Theme) 🐯🎈
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    My Son’s 1st Birthday Party (Daniel Tiger Theme) 🐯🎈

    [Speaking] Hey everyone! I just wanted to come through because I thought that it would be fun to share with you some of my son’s birthday pictures from his first birthday party. so he is now a one-year-old and it’s amazing how time flies. we decided to have his first birthday party outside and I am so thankful to God that the weather was perfect. it was absolutely beautiful. we did a Daniel Tiger theme. Daniel Tiger is a cartoon that comes on – I believe on PBS, but it’s really popular and it always gets my son’s attention and it’s very colorful. It has great songs and music. so…

  • Newborn Baby Activities: Baby Games for Eye Development | Pampers
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    Newborn Baby Activities: Baby Games for Eye Development | Pampers

    I was surprised to learn that my baby can only see about 10 to 12 inches in front of his face. So we made sure to get in really close. We used toys with very simple patterns and high-contrasting colors to help his eyes learn how to focus. He liked when we move it very slowly and gently in front of him. At about four weeks, his eyes started to focus. So we started blowing bubbles for him to watch. And within a couple of weeks of that, he was following them around with his eyes. And by three months he was even beginning to reach for them. As he…

  • How Newborn Hearing Screening Helps Children
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    How Newborn Hearing Screening Helps Children

    [MUSIC PLAYING] NARRATOR: The first year of life is a crucial time for your baby. Did you know that your baby’s brain doubles in size in the first year of life? During this time, the brain is forming connections for important skills like learning language. Two out of every 1,000 babies may need some extra help with this because they’re born deaf or hard of hearing. It’s important to find hearing loss as soon as possible because babies start learning how to communicate as soon as they’re born. Sounds, facial expressions, gestures, and signs are all building blocks for communication. If hearing loss is found early, children and their families…

  • Mum ‘started crying’ when ultrasound revealed her baby had no arms or legs – News Live
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    Mum ‘started crying’ when ultrasound revealed her baby had no arms or legs – News Live

     A baby born without arms and legs has defied doctors who said he would not survive  RJ Wilson’s mum Jasmine Self booked a termination after discovering her baby’s limbs were not developing in the womb – but decided not to go through with it  Jasmine, 24, was five months pregnant when an ultrasound revealed her son had a rare genetic condition called tetra-amelia, which is characterised by the absence of all four limbs and can also cause severe malformations of the body’s organs  Jasmine, a hotel receptionist, made the tough decision to continue with her pregnancy with the support of her boyfriend Rondell Wilson, 30, but was forced to deliver…

  • Do Babies go to Heaven?  Or, do Babies go to Hell?   |   Job 3 & 2 Samuel 12 Bible Study
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    Do Babies go to Heaven? Or, do Babies go to Hell? | Job 3 & 2 Samuel 12 Bible Study

    Bible Munch Bible Study / Bible Devotional Do Babies go to Heaven? or Do Babies go to Hell? The loss of a child is perhaps the single most traumatic experience anyone can face. Not only does a parent have to face all the pain, but often times they wrestle with questions. Do babies go to heaven? Do miscarried babies go to heaven? What about small children? Thankfully, the Bible offers answers. In Job chapter three, Job is trying to process his tremendous physical and emotional pain, including the loss of all his children, all at once, and so he cries out to God… “Why was I not as a hidden…

  • 3 Immunizations Essential for Your Newborn’s Health
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    3 Immunizations Essential for Your Newborn’s Health

    Hi, I’m Dr. Emily Bendlin, a pediatrician at Methodist Physicians Clinic Hawthorne Court. As a pediatrician, I have the opportunity to work with parents, kids and babies every single day… I recently had my own baby – isn’t he cute!!!! When he was delivered at Methodist Women’s Hospital a few months ago, I was given the option of three medications that are were essential to his health. I wanted to talk to you about those three medications today, and why we here at Methodist recommend that you consider them for your baby. The first is a Vitamin K injection. All babies are born with very low levels of Vitamin K,…

  • Newborn Baby Care : How to Help a Gassy Baby
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    Newborn Baby Care : How to Help a Gassy Baby

    Hi, my name is Windy St. George, and this is how to comfort a gassy baby. Gassy babies are uncomfortable, and kind of cry, wail, and are always grouchy. If your baby has colic, it’s usually gas, and they can just be that way, for hours, for months on end. Usually, it’s the same time of day. I don’t know what causes that, I think it might be their immature digestion system. Anyway, to help your baby, first try burping, see if you can get some gas out of the baby. You can also make sure that your baby gets plenty of tummy time. This will help them put pressure…

  • How To: Write A Birth Plan! | Kristen from Millennial Moms
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    How To: Write A Birth Plan! | Kristen from Millennial Moms

    – Hey, guys, Kristen from Millennial Moms, and today we’re gonna be talking about how to write a birth plan. I feel like birth plans are an extremely important part of the labor and birthing process for two reasons. First, they help you mentally prepare for going into labor, and second, they let everyone who’s there know what your expectations are. I have my birth plan from when I had my daughter Chel, and I probably rewrote this thing about five times. There’s so many different templates you can download online. I went through all of those, but eventually I just wrote everything down. So today I’m gonna tell you…