Catherine(Kate), the Duchess of Cambridge, was all smiles on Friday(August 30), while out for her first public appearance since welcoming Prince George. Kate and her husband, William were on hand for the the Ring O’Fire Ultra Marathon in Anglesey, Wales.
Archive for August, 2013
This week yet another baby lost his life needlessly after his father forgot the 3 month old infant in the back seat of his car. myfoxphoenix.com reports that Daniel Bryant Gray was smoking marijuana with a work colleague when he forgot his infant son, Jamison Dean Gray, was in his car.
Regardless of where you go in life, you WILL stain your clothes. When you become a parent that probability is timed by 1000 – as is the severity of said stain.
I will fully admit that before I had my kids I was not a stain fighter. If I dropped something on a blouse or dress that I didn’t think would come out, I immediately dropped it off at the dry cleaners.
It looks like the Beckhams love California! The family has been in Los Angeles for a couple weeks now enjoying all that the sunny state has to offer. On Thursday David was spotted at the beach with his boys Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz.
Like most parents, Jessica and Josh Swainston were excited to discover they were having a baby. But when they went to their first prenatal appointment, the Swainstons were given some heartbreaking news about their soon-to-be third child.
Over last several decades, we have become more and more detached from our food – the very thing that provides us with what we need to survive. In my opinion, that detachment is coming at a cost, and it’s a cost that is now transferring to our children.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with Baby Jogger, have announced a voluntary recall of about 30,200 Car Seat Adaptor for their Select and Versa strollers because the car seat adaptor support bars can fail, posing a fall hazard to children.
For years, doctors have been hesitant to give the go-ahead to breastfeed to mothers taking medications, but the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Committee on Drugs says that the hesitation may not be warranted. In fact, they say that some mothers may be “inappropriately advised to stop breastfeeding or stop taking their medications, for fear the drugs will be passed through breast milk and harm infants.”
Parents lately seem to have become cold to the dangers of leaving a child alone inside a car. Despite regular reports of babies, and children suffering the consequences the latest news of such negligence comes from Northeast Philadelphia where a 1 year old was locked inside a car in the Walmart parking lot.