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'Back to Sleep' Campaign May Mean More Flat Heads for Babies, Study Shows

Add your baby developing a flat head to your parental panic checklist. Credit: jupiterimages There are so many things for new parents to worry about: under-eating or over-eating, sleep schedules or lack of sleeping, vaccines, developme...More babies sleeping on their backs could be the reason behind an increase in flattened heads.

Pacifiers, Melanie Mayron, and Sharing a Sitter - Links We Love

Pregnancy has some strange side effects, that's for sure. Expecting first time mom, Jane, shares 35 surprising things she's learned about pregnancy ... so far. -- His Boys Can Swim Pacifier use is one of those parenting topics that tends to separa...

Do you put your baby on her back?

When my older daughter was five months old, she started rolling over in her crib at night. Only, instead of rolling over and snuggling in with that cute butt-in-the-air pose that all parents know and love, she'd roll over, then fall back to sleep ......


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