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Chances are you’ve heard that there are specific foods and nutrients that are encouraged for a healthy pregnancy. But what about food that is bad for pregnant women? We know that food cravings are a real thing, and sometimes you can’t help them. But before you dig in, we want to help you know ...

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Many new parents are concerned about how to keep their baby warm during sleep. However, the use of loose blankets within a baby’s sleep environment is considered dangerous because of the risk of a blanket covering a baby’s face. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, “Infant sleep ...

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New parents prepare for the arrival of their baby by creating a picture-perfect nursery, laundering dozens of tiny onesies, and baby-proofing the entire house. However, what parents may overlook is making sure they’re getting the crucial sleep they so desperately need. But that’s about to ...

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It’s hard enough to say goodbye to your baby when you leave for work or run errands, but it becomes even more difficult when those goodbyes are also marked with tears and tantrums. According to experts, separation anxiety is a normal part of a baby’s development. Even so, it’s still an ...

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A quick Google search of “baby night light” produces over 1 billion results, indicating its popularity. When it comes to those late night diaper-changes and feedings, many parents consider a night light an essential item. Yet, other parents think there’s no place for a night light in a baby’s ...

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Owlet Cam vs Leading Baby Monitor from Owlet Baby Care on Vimeo. If you’re looking for the best baby monitor, why not utilize the most powerful piece of tech you already own—your phone? The Owlet Cam is a baby camera that leverages your smartphone to deliver a secure, HD Wi-Fi video stream of ...

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Parents everywhere are wondering what the ideal amount of naps is for their little ones. And because sleep is developmental, there isn’t just one clear answer. Studies and research can give us the best guess for the majority of babies at certain ages, but your baby is unique and may need a ...

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Written by Owlet CEO, Kurt Workman When my son Ashton was born, I was 24 years old and had only a few pennies to my name. Luckily, we had great support from family and friends that helped us through baby showers and with other gifts. But my wife and I had some hard trade-offs to make when it ...

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A cue is defined as a signal that helps us to understand what is needed in a particular situation. Newborns are born “hard-wired” with a desire to socialize and communicate; they use cues to bridge that communication gap until they are old enough to more formally communicate with us. Many ...

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