If someone told you they knew a secret to help your baby cry less, sleep better, and gain weight better, you would certainly be interested… Babywearing IS parenting’s best kept secret. If you’re new to it – don’t worry – here’s a great informative article by Erica Ashmore from Everything Mom and Baby. You will also learn how you can enter to win one beautiful baby pouch by Rockin Baby Slings.
Martek’s DHA (“Life’sDHA”) has not been approved for use in organic foods. Moreover, these additives have been linked to serious gastrointestinal symptoms in infants, according to reports submitted to the FDA’s Medwatch program.
Organic consumers concerned with the integrity of the organic foods they buy are encouraged to avoid the foods below.
UPDATE (2/17): Some 574,000 bottles of grape-flavored liquid Infants’ Tylenol (1 ounce) have been recalled by Johnson & Johnson because reports that the protective cover on the bottles are not working correctly. For more information follow the link: http://bit.ly/xejVrF
J & J had been “caring for the world, one person at a time” for over 125 years, or so it seemed, until 2008 when things started to unravel. Since then, the company has been plagued with recalls of everything – from artificial hips to children’s Tylenol, and from contact lenses to, most recently, Aveeno baby lotion.
BPA Found in Baby Food Jar Lids and Toddler Food Cans Source: BangorDailyNews and The Alliance for a Clean and Healthy Maine The Alliance for a Clean and Healthy Maine said today that their recent tests prove that BPA — an additive linked in some studies to learning disabilities, reproductive problems, cancer and obesity — Full Text
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One of the most memorable pieces of advice I received when I was pregnant with my baby girl, was to prepare myself for the worry. I was told that “parenthood is a constant state of complete joy and utter terror.” Seven years later, I still experience these two emotions daily. Does the worry of parenting ever subside? I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but the answer is “No”.