Tag: "Parenting"

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“ICU Grandpa” Snuggles Hospitalized Newborns When Their Parents Can’t Be There

Having to leave your child behind at the hospital is a heartbreaking but sometimes necessary experience. Such was the case for Mary Beth Brulotte, whose son, Logan, was born 3 ½ months early. She felt guilty, and constantly imagined him crying in a cot, all alone, but her husband worked nights and she had an 8-year-old daughter to care for as well.

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Inside Lego House, the Home of Brick – Where Families Can Go to Play, Create, and Learn

Love Legos as much as our family? Then you might be just as excited to hear about the Lego House, the Home of Brick! Spanning 12,000 m2, Lego House offers a totally immersive experience with four different learning zones, the handiwork of some of the most creative builders, and an environment that is designed to be fun for everyone. And, unlike a lot of other theme parks and attractions, it seems to have really considered what is best – cognitively, developmentally, and mentally – for kids of all ages, stages, and abilities.

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RECALL: 32,700 Toys “R” Us Infant Wiggle Balls Due to Choking Hazard

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), in cooperation with Toys “R” Us Inc., of Wayne, N.J. has announced a voluntary recall of about 32,700 Bruin infant wiggle ball toys because

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RECALL: 5.5 Million Playtex Children’s Plates and Bowls Due to Choking Hazard

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), in cooperation with Playtex Products, LLC, of Shelton, Conn. today announced a voluntary recall of about 5.5 million Children’s Playtex plates and bowls because..

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RECALL: 151,500 Skip Hop Nightlight Soothers Due to Shock Hazard

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), in cooperation with Skip Hop, of New York, N.Y. has announced a voluntary recall of about 151,500 Moonlight & Melodies nightlight soothers because…

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Vancouver Woman Openly Shared Her Battle with Cancer on Facebook and is Saving Lives

Erin Barrett might have wanted to reach a lot of women with her eye-opening Facebook post, but it’s doubtful that she ever thought it would go viral – at least not to the extent it has. Her goal was to share the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer with 580 women. By doing so, statistically, she could help save as many as 10 women’s lives.