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BabypaloozaU

BabypaloozaU is the educational component to Babypalooza. It’s where parents can learn about child safety, early development,  financial preparedness, pre and postnatal health and more.

When it comes to the issue of child care, there are many sides: parents should remain home and raise their children until school entry; parents should work to afford child care; not my problem – I don’t have children. Whichever position is yours, the children are the ones who stand the most to gain or...
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Parent & Baby Yoga Once you feel like you can leave the house with your new baby, your re-entry to the world outside has a new hue. There are staples of the old world that you are learning how to do all over again with an infant in-tow, like grocery shopping, getting gas, and running...
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Lying-in is an age-old childbirth practice where it is expected that a new mother stay in bed after giving birth, while the other women in her family attend to the needs of her and her household. Many cultures believe that a woman should remain in bed for up to 40 days after giving birth. In fact,...
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By Amanda Cargo Parent Education Coordinator, Childcare Resources There is nothing more precious than watching a tiny baby, curled up, fast asleep. But let’s face it – they are the only ones getting enough sleep! As a parent or caregiver, there are several things that you need to know to ensure safe, healthy sleep and...
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There’s nothing quite like the face of a child unwrapping their gifts on Christmas morning. Whether it’s a new bike or a favorite doll, toys are on every child’s wish list. As parents, we have just as much fun shopping for the perfect gift! But before you run to the toy store, you’ll want to...
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The journey into pregnancy is one filled with variety of emotions. There is excitement and anxiety, joy and fear, wonder and confusion and so much more. It is hard to find a clear and present moment to simply acknowledge and get comfortable with the simple truth that your body and your life are changing. In...
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If you’re anything like me, you’re always on the lookout for natural remedies to knock out the kids’ minor ailments, from sore throats to stuffy noses. Check out these great products.   Olbas Natural Lozenges “Mommy, my throat hurts”—the words no one wants to hear. These black currant lozenges soothe sore throats and help keep...
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As you are getting ready for that vacation road trip here are a few tried and true road rules to help keep everyone safe. Correctly installed and properly used child safety seats (car seats) and booster seats — or seatbelts, depending on a child’s age — are the first line of defense in protecting kids...
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Everyone wants a happy, healthy baby, but if your little one is in diapers, then it’s inevitable at some point he or she will likely have a diaper rash. Diaper rash is a common condition that usually occurs because a baby’s sensitive skin has been irritated by diapers that are left on too long. The...
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Car Seat Tips from Chicco’s Child Passenger Safety Advocate, Julie Prom Keep your child rear-facing in their car seat until at least 2 years old, that’s right TWO years old. Are your kid’s feet touching the seat back? Do they look a little cramped? That’s OK! Kids are lot more flexible than adults. Kids need...
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Babypalooza Magazine Spring 2018
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