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... If you have to go out, then go out. Everyone should stop worrying so much about germs. I don't recommend letting some lady who's coughing up a storm to rub her hands all over baby's face, but germaphobes are just making things worse for their children. ... (16 replies)
... Yeah yeah yeah about the docs lmao, I had my dd 5 yrs ago in november, and on the way home from the hospital, I was at walmart, had to get a few things we didn't have for her, she hardly ever had colds, and still maybe once a year, if that gets a cold. ... (16 replies)
... Mart too. Our daughter will be 3 weeks old on Tuesday but we have been taking her out. No one touches her or handles her when we go out....no one really asks or does it. I also keep her covered when we are in stores or I put her in her swaddle sling on me. and she is nestled down in. ... (16 replies)

... I took DS out 3 days after we got home from the hospital. Walmart was his first outing. If no one is touching the baby, I see nothing wrong with it. ... (16 replies)
... I took my son out right away. My doctor told me it really didn't matter if I took him out...air was air. It was who touched him and who he came in contact with. ... (16 replies)
... she never showed any symptoms, and it wasn't what caused the seizures. We would have never known if she hadn't had a swab of her nose done. ... (16 replies)
... there are many things to consider when thinking going into bed. ... (11 replies)
... When breastfeeding lying down do i latch baby onto the breast closest to the mattress and roll over for the second one or can i do both while remaining lying on the same side? ... (11 replies)
... times during the night for a feeding... ... (466 replies)
"Baby Wearing"
May 25, 2006
... I don't use a pacifier. ... (35 replies)
Baby Acne
Nov 3, 2005
... I found this info...hope it hopes a little... ... (10 replies)
... If you do this, just make sure they are night gowns and not pajama pants, and they are button down or otherwise for ease in BF if you are going to. You also want to bring socks and slippers so you dont have to walk barefoot on the cold hospital floor. ... (16 replies)
... Have him talk to his mom and let her know, without making you out to be the bad guy, that you both have some particular things that you want to do with your son's care, his naps, etc. and that she needs to back off a little. ... (12 replies)
... I'm so sorry about your little granddaughter. I wish I had the answer. The best that I can offer is what I would do. ... (7 replies)
... Well my two oldest are 4 years apart and that is great in the sense that one was out of diapers before the other arrived. There was just enough space for me to put my child in preschool and the other with a sitter so I could go out and work. ... (10 replies)
... i read this post about 3 hours ago, but i did not reply at that time. i read it aloud to my husband and we both cried. my newborn is only 3 weeks old and he sleeps with us. he is one of those babies that will sleep soundly if he is touching you, but wakes up every 20 minuets if he is not. ... (16 replies)




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