• Strapping a newborn into an infant or rear facing only seat
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    Strapping a newborn into an infant or rear facing only seat

    Hello. Um…I’m going to do a video for strapping in a newborn into an infant seat. I’m going to be …uh, go through it step by step showing every step that I do as I go through it. There we go. Oops. Sorry. Um, Ok, going to start with our baby. This is Rio. I’m going to loosen the straps, put the baby in. I’ve buckled everything, at the crotch, I’ve done up the chest clip. I’m going to keep the chest clip low, though. And now I’m going to tighten. Pull tight. I’m going to pull up at the hips, so I can make sure I’m getting the slack…

  • GRAVID VECKA 36 / PREGNANCY WEEK 36
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    GRAVID VECKA 36 / PREGNANCY WEEK 36

    Hi and welcome to a new pregnancy vlog and this is my update for we have come so far I’m nine months pregnant now It’s May now, and due date is 2nd of june so it’s just a few weeks left it’s insane how fast time flies earlier in my pregnancy i felt like i never wanted this to end i felt like this is the best thing ever, which i still feel of course this week, i’ve realised how tough it actually can be my pregnancy has been quite easy, even though i threw up in the beginning plus the migraine and the pelvic i’ve always felt that i’m…

  • Psychology: Unborn baby interactions ~ shared by Elodie | Mustela
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    Psychology: Unborn baby interactions ~ shared by Elodie | Mustela

    Well, my husband interacts with the baby by talking to him, and being in contact with him a lot. When he comes home, he gets close to my belly and talks to him, and although we haven’t done haptonomy yet, and I don’t know if we’re going to, we already feel like we’re interacting, that he recognises his deep voice. He puts his hands on my belly and comes close enough to talk to him and the baby gives little kicks. Sometimes, when he’s quite low in the womb, he puts his hand slightly higher up and the baby moves up too. It’s quite magical to see what can happen…

  • Watch a Protective Mother Hippo Guard Her Baby
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    Watch a Protective Mother Hippo Guard Her Baby

    (calm music) – [Narrator] The baby has to master life in the water from its first breath. This one, a male, seeks his mother’s nipple almost immediately. And he has the ability to suckle under water. He instinctively folds back his ears, and closes his nostrils. Weighing just 4% as much as an adult, a baby hippo is completely dependent on its mother. (birds fluttering) (fish splashing) She keeps an ever watchful eye on him. Isolation from the pod allows the calf to imprint on his mother. It’s vital that they forge a strong bond. But her astute relatives haven’t missed a thing. And curiosity draws them closer. Her calf…

  • Moms Share Their Birthing Stories
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    Moms Share Their Birthing Stories

    – I think pregnancy is a lot more powerful than we’re lead to believe. – So, when your baby’s born, they turn face down to come out. My baby did not turn face down. So he was, they call them “stargazers”. He was just face up, and not doing the turn to come out. I was put in the operating room, and she’s in there with the forceps, and she’s like, says to me, “I’m trying really hard “not to tear your perineum”. And I was like, “Just (bleep) cut it”. And so she was like, “okay”. Cut, boom, baby out. ‘Cause I didn’t feel anything, and at that point…

  • ‘It’s a nightmare,’ says mom whose son, unborn grandchild killed by intoxicated driver
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    ‘It’s a nightmare,’ says mom whose son, unborn grandchild killed by intoxicated driver

    THEIR CHILD AS A RESULT. TONIGHT ALYSSA GOARD SAT DOWN WITH DIAZ’S FAMILY.THEY SAY THEY KEEP HOPING THEY THEY SAY THEY KEEP HOPING THEY WILL WAKE UP FROM THIS NIGHTMARE. SURROUNDED BY FAMILY IN HER DEL VALLE HOME, PATRICIA MORALES STILL CAN’T FATHOM HOW SHE LOST HER SON 28 YEAR OLD RAUL DIAZ JR. & HER UNBORN GRANDDAUGHTER, ELIZABETH PATRICIA MORALES// RAUL’S DIAZ JR.’S MOTHERHE WAS EXCITED ABOUT HIS FIRST CHILD—- MY GRAND CHILD– CRIES, I TOOK CRIES,GRAND CHILD– FIRST CHILD—- MY GRAND CHILD– CRIES, I TOOK THIS FROM HIS TRUCK, IT SMELLS LIKE HIM– CRIES”DPS SAYS A TRUCK VEERED INTO ONCOMING TRAFFIC HITTING THE MOTORCYCLE RAUL WAS RIDING WITH…

  • MomsEveryday: Emily Beale, RN, Childbirth Prep
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    MomsEveryday: Emily Beale, RN, Childbirth Prep

    – [Narrator] Helping make your life easier, Moms Everyday – Hello everyone, as a mother of three it’s hard to really prepare for childbirth. Regardless, education is still key in the process. We have Emily Beale here with the Family Center at Capital Regional Medical Center and you’re a nurse and today we’re talking about childbirth preparedness which I know is so key because moms are so nervous and want to know everything and taking classes can really help with that. – Yes, absolutely. One of the main purposes of childbirth classes is to help to decrease any fear or anxiety the mom has about giving birth or the support…