New for 2010, Mega Brands has some great developmental toys for kids starting with their Mega Bloks pre-school collection, which caters to little ones 1+.
Archive for February, 2010
Starting back in November for the March of Dimes Prematurity Awareness Month some parents who had babies prematurely offered to tell their stories to create awareness about his important cause. Because there are still so many stories to tell, we have decided to continue introducing you to these amazing children.
Japanese baby gear brand Aprica makes its debut at exclusive specialty retailers in the New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco metro areas. Featuring simple, purposefully designed products, Aprica offers gear that is useful for parents with an active lifestyle.
With only three months left before her first baby arrives, White Collar star Tiffani Thiessen is “feeling great” – and differently about her diet.
In a matter that has come out of the closet through internet forums, websites and discussions, many women who have had a daughter, feel the need to have a son and the vice versa when they are again expecting. The phenomenon seems to be so common nowadays that psychiatrists are calling it by the name of ‘Gender Disappointment’.
Men who would like to discreetly test their sperm count will be able to do so with a home test that will soon be available in Europe, and is undergoing Food and Drug Administration (FDA) review for marketing in the US.
Last week at Toy Fair Learning Curve debuted an exciting new expansion to the Thomas Wooden Railway line. Now fans as young as 18 months can enjoy the fun and discovery of wooden railway play with the Thomas Wooden Railway Early Engineers Line.
A cancer survivor, who had her fertility restored through a pioneering procedure, has given birth to her second daughter.
A new study, published in the British obstetrics journal BJOG, suggests that there may not be any additional risk to women who attempt a vaginal delivery after three or more births by C-section.