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I finally finished packing my hospital bag and before i packed everything i made this video...I am 38 weeks today and it was time to get really ready for the hospital...:) Any momnet baby will be on my arm now...Can't wait for that precious moment...Enjoy the video and let me know if i missed something or you have any suggestion for me...Thanks!!!!!! Follow me on twitter: twitter.com Here are all the list that I have in my hospiatl bag, Carry on bag Boppy pillow Nursing cover Nursing Bra Brest pad underware Robe coming home outfit PJ's hard candy Cereal bar with high fiber Plum juice for digestion tooth brush, paste, lotion, body wash, shampoo, conditionar, vaseline, chapstick, shower cap Nipple cream Cloth for my husband Cash and change for the vending machine Cell phone, video camera, camera, Laptop,charger for all the electronics Folder for all the paper works Insurance Card Folder For Baby, Diaper bag onezees,beeb,hat,mittens,socks,burping cloths,towel,wash cloths, Receiving Blanket Blanket coming home outfit for baby Baby shampoo, lotion, body wash Pacifier Bottle Car seat
Infants (Six Weeks to One Year) :: Our infant centers have been designed for maximum efficiency, security and safety. Toys are sterilized daily and changing tables are sterilized after each diaper is changed. Changing tables always face out so that caregivers never have their back to the babies. A thirteen step diaper changing procedure is strictly adhered to. In a warm and nurturing environment, our babies are cuddled, rocked and played with by carefully chosen caregivers. Each caregiver is dressed in clean, colorful hospital scrubs. For the protection of each baby, we do not allow street shoes and every adult must sanitize their hands before entering our infant center. Your baby will have a personal crib and cubbie where clothing, bedding, food and bottles can be stored away from other children. Nursing mothers are able to nurse on the center premises in a clean private area comfortably seated in a glider. Play is based on exploration, stimulation and sensory. Music plays a big part in this adorable nursery. Your baby will be in a very special place, because after all, your baby deserves a special place, like The Learning Experience.
Popeye and Bluto arrive at the home of Olive Oyl, hoping to escort her to a movie. Olive accepts the invitation--but first, she has to go to the hairdresser. In the meantime, her two suitors are enlisted as babysitters for little Swee'pea (whose actual parentage, here as elsewhere, remains a mystery). As Popeye and Bluto nervously tackle such domestic duties as changing diapers and preparing baby formula, Swee'pea manages to slip out of the house and into another of those perilous situations in which he always seems to find himself. ~Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide This cartoon resumes the use of a redesigned "shipboard" series title card. This special title card was used through "Popeye Presents Eugene, the Jeep." 1940 Fleischer Studios Distributed by: Paramount Studios Cartoon Characters: Popeye, Olive Oyl, Bluto, Swee'pea. Vocal Talent: Jack Mercer (Popeye), Margie Hines (Olive Oyl), Pinto Colvig (Bluto). Directed By Dave Fleischer. Produced By Max Fleischer. Executive Producer: Adolph Zukor. Animated By Graham Place, Lou Zukor. Written By George Manuel
5 EXPERTS, 10 BABIES AND THEIR PARENTS GIVE YOU THE INSIGHTS Is my baby getting enough milk? Why does breastfeeding seem so difficult? How often should I bathe my baby? Why is my baby crying? Why am I feeling down? These are just a few of the many questions most parents have when they bring their newborn home. Our team of relatable experts knows how to comfort babies and their parents. You'll find insights on everything from breastfeeding, sleep, and newborn care to postpartum depression and rekindling your sex life. A GUIDE FOR NEW MOMS AND ALSO DADS When the creators of the DVD "Baby's Home... What Now?" had their first child, they felt like most parents: happy, but overwhelmed. They looked for advice in all the usual parenting books, but there was so much information out there, much of it contradictory, that they often found themselves unable to relate and confused. So they decided to create a new guide. With a team of experts and a band of new parents, they set out to create a DVD with these goals: * Deliver down-to-earth advice that makes new parents' lives easier and not more complicated. * Give confidence so they can enjoy the first few months with their newborn. * Pass along firsthand tips from other parents about what you'll really need to prepare your home. * Relate honest opinions and guidance from parents about breastfeeding, sleepless nights and crying. * Provide a guide not just for new moms but also for new dads. * Reassure new parents that they can adjust ...
Things I couldn't live without Not in order of video Boppy pillow aka nursing/breastfeeding pillow Humidifier with liquid Vick Germx hand sanitizer Changing pad Clothe diapers -must have***** Infant Tylenol or motrin Bath thermometer First aid kit for infants baby soft tooth brush pajama dress night cloth easy access
James, day #19. Nate could NOT find that tab, but it all worked out in the end. To see all 8 videos from today, in the order that they occurred, click "Uploads" to the right, then click "date added".
James, day #19. The title says it all. This is when the nurse suddenly asked Nate & Alethea if they wanted to hold James. Our mouths all dropped open. To see all 8 videos from today, in the order that they occurred, click "Uploads" to the right, then click "date added".
James, day #17. He had another good, stable day. This is a long video. First, Alethea changes his diaper for the first time. The nurse then monitors his heartbeat, suctions his lungs, and checks to see if his stomach is empty (it is). Finally, they put him into his favorite position, snuggle him in his blanket, and lay the disembodied comfort hand on him. To see all James's videos, including the 3 from today, click "Updates" to the right...then click "date added".
Dallas Coyle's Genetic. Dr. Doctor, Thank You For The Drugs Version 0.025% Artwork by Steven Kitchen Titles by Cinemetal Lyrics I need my prescription filled. It's a farm I see bleeding the hope out of me. The shame I live for. My ecstasy. I am so happy I got my drugs. Doctor Doctor, get me high. Oh yeah. Nurse, nurse. Change my diaper please. Oh no, I'm so high. Doctor Doctor make me high. Doctor Doctor, Thank You For The Drugs They say they want to kill my disease. But I never remember having a sickness in me. Doctor Doctor Thank You For The Drugs Thank you, oh , thank you. I love you because of the drugs. You know what I need. You prescribe me the farm I see. Doctor Doctor, get me high. Oh yeah. Nurse, nurse. Change my diaper please. Oh no, I'm so high. Doctor Doctor make me high. Doctor Doctor, Thank You For The Drugs They say they want to kill my disease. But I never remember having a sickness in me. (I'm so high) Doctor Doctor Thank You For The Drugs Now I'm good, Oh so good. Addicted to myself. Give me more of your delightful medicine. I've got my drugs. 4x (this is what it feels like to be satisfied... I'm satisfied) It's time to go high up into the sky. 2x
Learn how to cover up properly when nursing your baby, so as to avoid offending others. OR... not.
In week 7, your newborn's senses develop and she'll start reacting in new and different ways to sounds, sights, and even smells. Watch this to learn more: Baby.Healthguru.com
Week 6 is crucial to help establish a sleep routine. Your baby is starting to grab everything, and tummy time routine is paying off as your baby may now be able to lift up his head. Baby.Healthguru.com
After a month with your newborn, hopefully the pains of pregnancy and childbirth are just a memory. By week 5 he or she will smile, laugh, and coo at you regularly. Baby.Healthguru.com
Your newborn baby is probably still sleeping a lot, but week 4 may bring a treat - your baby's first smile. That ought to help ease your fatigue and bring a smile to your own face. Baby.Healthguru.com
Feeding and changing remain the top activities for your newborn in week 3. Crying is her only way to communicate and cuddling your crying baby can help. Baby.Healthguru.com
A newborn should sleep on his back, but let him play on his stomach to work his neck muscles. Also, get a lot of face time, he can't see very far yet, but your baby wants to see you! Baby.Healthguru.com
Your newborn will keep you busy as you will be feeding, and changing, your baby pretty much constantly. However, most newborns sleep up to 18 hours a day. Baby.Healthguru.com
1st New-Born. 5 Day Old Baby Girl Gets Her 1st Bath
My baby angry at the nurse for changing his diaper. Daddies touch calms him down =)
www.fletcherallen.org - Fletcher Allen nurses provide tips to care for your newborn. This segment includes bathing instructions; diaper changing and care, presented by Fletcher Allen Health Care, Burlington, Vermont.
www.fletcherallen.org - Fletcher Allen nurses offer tips to care for a newborn. This segment, presented by Fletcher Allen Health Care, Burlington, Vermont includes reasons to call your baby's provider; family adjustments.
tinyurl.com (Get your Safe, Pure & Natural Earth Mama Products!!!) Let the Experts at Babies 411 show you how to change to make homemade baby wipes. We are an on-line information and resource center for parents. This site has been developed by a neonatal intensive care nurse with the sole purpose of promoting the health, safety, and well-being of all babies.
eBags wanted to get to know the dynamic duo of diaper bags a little better so they brought a camera along for a stroll on San Clemente pier. Warning... don't watch this if it's in the middle of a Minnesota winter, this video was shot in mid January and it's 78 degrees and a sunny beach day!!!...fun to get a little insight into the brand and see what makes Ju-Ju-Be the fun, fashionable, funky company that it is. After you finish up, make sure to get to www.shopjujube.com to get your JJB fix!!
Donald Duck Baby - He gets into a crib and turns into a baby again babyjunior.co.uk
Nurse directing dad on how to change her diaper. Mom was still passed out in the recovery room and doesn't remember any of this....
In part 2 you get to see my belly and hear about what my midwife recommends I bring to the birth. I'm going to list everything below along with a list of websites I've found to be incredibly useful. To bring to the birth (as recommended by Alma Midwifery) Mom Bag: 1. Labor clothes: anything you might want if you're not comfortable laboring in the nude. Modesty fades in labor! 2. Postpartum clothes: Nursing t-shirt or night gown. Bring at least two, the first will get messy 3. Clothes to wear home: depends on weather, you can wear postpartum clothes or a bathrobe. 4. Personal care items for Mom: toothbrush & paste, hair care items, hair tie, lotions, lip balm, and whatever else is used for daily care. 5. One 4 oz. bottle of olive or almond oil to rub on perineum as baby crowns (only for use in out of water births) 6. Bathrobe 7. Change of clothes for your partner, swimsuit if they plan on getting in the birthing tub. 8. Slippers or flip flops for mom & partner 9. Six bottles of Recharge or Gatorade (this is a must have) Baby Bag: 1. Outfit: with undershirt, hat, socks & a blanket. Depending on weather, you may need a heavy blanket 2. Three cloth diapers & wraps if you want cloth on baby from the start. 3. Weleda brand or other baby diaper cream (optional). Avoid Johnson & Johnson and other petroleum-based products. Herbs (Optional): 1. Arnica Montana 30c, used for bruising and aches & pains 2. Rescue remedy: Bach flower essence for calming. Will use later if not during ...
Tori Kropp, RN: Newborns go through 10 to 12 diapers a day. So, even if you've never changed one before having your own baby, youll quickly learn the tricks of the trade. In the mean time, these easy-to-follow directions can make those early attempts less taxing. Visit www.thejoyofpregnancy.com to read Tori's blog!
www.whoissuperdave.com Home Video of his little girl. It's Awesome being a new dad and staying home!
Sweet baby cry
The GoPillow! makes traveling with kids easier because of the built-in blanket. The blanket was designed to act as a breastfeeding cover-up for public feedings, as well as a diaper changing surface. The GoPillow! can be used for simply cradling babies and kids. See a live demonstration at the American Baby Faire in Atlanta, Georgia September 20 and September 21, 2008.
Tangela demonstrates the GoPillow! being used for cradling, breastfeeding/nursing, diaper changing, and more. Her daughter shows how kids can use the GoPillow! as a pillow and blanket. See a live demonstration at the American Baby Faire in Atlanta, Georgia on September 20 and September 21, 2008.
Paypal me 20 bucks at firstname.lastname@example.org and your link goes in the description box below this message. Max 5 links so act fast. ------ A segment from the UK sexual reality show "Sin City" concerning adult babies.
Stephen cried so much in this video. You'll also see how strong he is.. doesn't matter how tight you swaddle him, he'll get his hands out hehe
Natalie's nurse Dwight finished up her 6am diaper change. She also looks ready to cry a bit.