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Fun Games For Your Baby Showers

Fun Games For Your Baby Showers Your getting ready for your newest family member to arrive.  A baby shower is the perfect celebration for the parents-to-be.  The key to a fun and memorable baby shower is getting your guests engaged and laughing.  Here are 8 Baby shower games that are sure to get your guests smiling. 1. Baby Bottle Drinking Game Give each person
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Pregnancy Hospital Bag: What To Pack

Pregnancy Hospital Bag: What To Pack When its time to go to the hospital the last thing you want is to not be prepared. Sometime during the last trimester is a good time to write a check list and start marking things off. Lets take a look at some of the things you should have ready to go, not only your bag, but also
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Are You Having Pregnancy Symptoms?

Are You Having Pregnancy Symptoms? Do you think that you might be pregnant?  According to the Mayo Clinic, pregnancy symptoms will often appear in the first few weeks after conception.  Although you won’t know for sure until you take a pregnancy test, experiencing any of the symptoms below might hint that you have conceived. Slight Bleeding and Mild Cramps Slight bleeding can occur from
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FAQs For Travel During Pregnancy

FAQs For Travel During Pregnancy Pregnancy is an exciting, albeit lengthy phase in your life. It’s important to be careful, but remember you are not ill, just expecting. In general it’s acceptable to travel while you are pregnant, but always talk to your doctor about your plans before you go. If you have a history of miscarriage, are carrying twins or have any health
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Pregnancy… Exercise?!?

Pregnancy… Exercise?!? Staying healthy during pregnancy is incredibly important for both you and your baby! Most know this involves your diet and visiting your doctor on a regular basis, but did you know it also means exercise? You might have to change up your exercise routine, but exercise during pregnancy can help relieve some of the aches and pains of pregnancy. Knowing exactly how
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Nursery Ideas: Go With a Vintage Theme

Nursery Ideas: Go With a Vintage Theme A recent trend in baby nursery trends has been to return to those much-beloved themes of the past. The late 1940s and early 1950s feel has wide appeal to both parents and grandparents as they try to capture some of the allure of the past. You don’t have to go far to find all sorts of vintage nursery ideas.
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Most Common Trimester Problems

Most Common Trimester Problems Pregnancy is a wonderful, and memorable experience.  From the feelings, the movement, and the joys a mother gets through each stage of pregnancy.  There is nothing like the anticipation of due date.  There are many things that will happen to a pregnant mother during the course of each trimester.  There are also, at times, problems that can arise.  It is
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Dear Youtube, you broke my heart.

*UPDATE 22 April 2014: About 24 hours after releasing my press release I found my YouTube account has been reactivated! YouTube explained that it was an error on their part and my account does not violate any of their policies. Thanks for everyone’s support, so happy to be back online! – Monica Dear @YouTube, you broke my heart. – Monica   An open letter
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Create a Birth Plan to Take Control of Your Birthing Experience

Create a Birth Plan to Take Control of Your Birthing Experience Pregnancy can be a very exciting and exhilarating time in one’s life. It can also be stressful, leaving an expectant mother feeling as though things are completely out of her control. One thing that you can do to reduce stress and prepare for the arrival of your family’s newest addition is create a
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Signs of Labour

Signs of Labour: How To Know When It’s Time No one really knows exactly what initiates labor but it is the placenta that determines the timing. It produced the hormone HCG that started pregnancy and now produces a different one corticotrophin-releasing hormone CRH that ends it. This sets in motion a series of other hormones most notable from the adrenal glands that leads to
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