Welcome to the Baby Historian! In part one of this series, I covered the births of Jane Austen and her seven siblings, and the child care strategies of her parents during the 18th century in England. Across the five episodes of the second part, I will show that Jane’s attitudes about marriage were shaped– not […]
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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