A baby’s first cry has always been a symbol of celebration and assurance of good health– there’s a word for it: vagitus. Some babies may take a bit longer than others to start crying after birth but what about those who cannot wait to cry? Who can’t even wait to get out of the uterus? […]
Can an infant carrier stop your baby’s cry hole? Science says… probably not. But it might make you feel better.
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Wouldn’t it be great if there was some infallible trick to calm a crying baby? According to science, there just might be. (Get on your walking shoes.)
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A lot has been said about Okinawan culture in the Attachment Parenting community, let’s set the record straight: from the moms who return to work after a few months maternity leave, to the siblings and grandmothers who strap the baby to their backs as they go about their days, and the hard-knocks school of weaning.
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