Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
- Eat. Touch the tip of your thumb to your fingers on the same hand and tap your hand on your mouth.
- More. Form both hands into O shapes and bring them together and separate them repeatedly.
- All done. Put both hands up in front of you with palms facing out. Repeatedly rotate your palms inward, then outward.
- Diaper. Place your hands at waist level and tap your index and middle finger to your thumbs on each hand as if you are playing castanets.
- Hot. Form your hand into a claw shape over your mouth. Move the hand away from your mouth, rotating it so the sign ends with your palm facing outward.
- Thank you. Flatten your hand and touch your fingertips to your chin. Bring your fingers forward as if you are blowing a kiss.
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Baby Shower Games and Activities
To stay with the spring-themed shower, prizes can include potted flowers, spring hand soaps or a floral candle.
Remember to have fun and enjoy the day with the soon to be mom!
Friday, October 28, 2011
3. Great personalities
4. First pregnancy...
5. first child 0-3 months
6. someone trying to get pregnant
7. friends group of 4 women all experiencing the same things
Monday, July 11, 2011
When packing your diaper bag, don’t forget to cover the following areas:
* The clean-up station - A changing pad, extra diapers, rash ointment, a scented disposable diaper bag and wipes will leave you prepared to clean up any mess.
* The first-aid kit- A collection of bandages, hand sanitizer, sunscreen and antibiotic ointment can help keep your baby safe.
* The fun zone - Not everything that interests you as an adult will amuse your baby. Stash your little one’s favorite blanket, stuffed animals, a rattle or any other toy to help quiet a fussy infant while you enjoy your own favorite activity.
* The “mini purse.” - Carrying your baby in addition to a diaper bag and a purse can become a cumbersome juggling act. To cut down extra things to carry.... find a small pocket purse and add your cellphone, a checkbook, hair care items, keys, makeup, a pen and a small notepad can all fit conveniently into the pocket of your diaper bag.
* The wardrobe change - a change of clothes kept safe in a sealable plastic bag will complete any major blow out. Don’t forget an extra pair of socks, and grab a hat on a sunny day.
* The snack pack - Because a last-minute errand may keep you and your infant away from the house longer than expected, a full bottle for non-breastfeeding babies and a burp cloth can transform any location into a meal station.