The Joovy Hook is the only deluxe leatherette fabric hook-on chair on the market and I love it!
Archive for May, 2011
As soon as you become a parent you will be told by everyone that you need to get your baby on a schedule for sleeping and eating. And while this may make you feel more organized, a new study, which was presented at the European Congress on Obesity in Istanbul, finds that parents should “trust” their baby to decide when and how much they want to eat – and even use feeding to soothe them when they are crying.
Looking at old photographs from the 20’s and 30’s and there is something so charming about the tiny tots in sailor suits and smocked, embroidered dresses. Delicate cottons and silks with tiny pintucks, careful embroidery and lace edges all make for beautiful heirloom pieces that are as gorgeous today as they were back then.
A new study by California researchers points out yet again the importance of prenatal pills. According to the researchers women who do not take the prenatal vitamins are twice as likely to have children with autism risks as women who do take the pills.
Two months ago when baby Kaleb was born via c-section his mother Terry-Lynn Plummer could not wait to cuddle her baby. But the mother received the shock of her life when the baby stopped moving and medics discovered that he had suffered a heart attack resulting in heart failure. Miraculously the child survived post a rare heart transplant surgery at Stollery Children’s Hospital.
Rod Stewart and his wife Penny Lancaster were photographed over the weekend enjoying some time with friends and family while vacationing in Saint Paul de Vence (French Riviera).
After what seems like the longest Winter ever, it appears that Spring has finally arrived and my boys are excited to get out and discover! As my husband and I get our property ready for the Summer both boys are enjoying everything both the back and front yard has to offer.
Yesterday I came across Consumer Report’s list of ‘Best sunscreens on the market’. The popular magazine recently released results of its testing of 22 sprays, creams and lotions.
While analyzing these products they looked to see whether the lotions and sprays met their labeled sun protection factor (SPF), which blocks the UVB rays. They also tested protection against UVA rays, asked volunteers to rate the smell and feel of the products and looked at how waterproof the products were when skin was submerged under water for 80 minutes and then exposed to UV rays.