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Your Developing Baby, Conception to Birth: Witnessing the Miraculous 9-Month Journey (Harvard Medical School Guides)
Awarded the iParenting Media Award for Excellent Product of 2008!89% (19)
Experience the miracle of life-with your own eyes
Congratulations, parents-to-be! You're about to embark on a momentous journey. Even more exciting, you're the first generation of parents who-thanks to 3D and conventional ultrasound-can actually “see” your child before he or she is born. This wonderful, one-of-a-kind guide, written by two Harvard professors, takes you through every stage of your baby's development, from conception to delivery-with more than 200 images and drawings to illustrate each glorious moment.
Get a guided tour of a baby's journey with:
Breathtaking 3D images of babies' faces, limbs, and other features
Detailed 2D ultrasounds of developing organs and bones inside the body
Visual pointers on what to look for, and what you're seeing, on the screen
With this illuminating guide, you'll be able to see how doctors determine if your baby is a boy or girl and whether you're having twins or multiples. You'll be able to watch the growth of your baby's hands, feet, heart, head, and more. Best of all, you'll be able to actively participate in the greatest journey of all: from single cell to bringing a new baby into the world.
Visit www.YourDevelopingBaby.com for more information.
Library Journal starred review:
"Using 250 diagnostic ultrasound images, Harvard radiology professors Doubilet and Carol B. Benson present a marvelous book charting the growth of babies in the womb. . . . The authors well explain the different types of ultrasound and their medical uses, especially the 3D images that show the baby’s outer surface and the 2D images revealing the internal development of organs. This virtual tour of a life in the making will attract future parents in droves."
--Janet M. Schneider, James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital, Tampa, FL
" . . . an accessible and captivating text that guides readers through 9 months of pregnancy."
The ARROW: How Close Can You Get?
Here it is, folks. It was almost destroyed. Twice. During the making of the CBC production, the unexpected blockbuster hit movie: "The Arrow". That be another story. Gwen asks us, "What is it?" We do not laugh. A lot of people ask that question. Before a military airplane is created live ( aluminum, steel, rubber, secret materials etc.) there will be a wooden mock-up made of the intended aircraft just to start working out some of its' design aspects. From a hands on, three-dimensional standpoint. Voila! Here you have the original wooden mock-up of the COCKPIT of the CF-105 Avro Arrow! Not the whole airplano. Only the cockpit… where special attention to detail is paramount because this is where the pilot lives. Reacts to the enemy. Or simply flies patrol. At a thousand miles-per-hour. All the minutiae were worked out here. Before everything got stripped out, (seat, electronics, control wheel) it was pretty much a functioning cockpit. And if there was a problem in design, location of a gauge, etc., it all got settled right here. Need more details? Read the plaque, in the picture, itself. Housed at the Brampton Museum (Peel Heritage Museum) as an ongoing Avro Canada exhibit, it resides at 9 Wellington Street East, less than a quarter mile from my house. But that's not the clincher. Nope. THE GUY who designed the cockpit was Wilf Farrance. While he now lives in London, Ontario, he used to live at 14 Crestview, in Brampton, which, by road, is just one mile and about a hundred feet south of the museum. And this exhibit. His baby. THREE MONTHS after Black Friday, Wilf went south to Martin Baker where he became plant manager. But had he stayed put, in retirement, he could have simply strolled up to the museum to see his former "workbench". Nah, you're right. Too painful. So few artifacts remain from the Arrow program… that every single one causes us to pause, and think. What if? It has taken us 60 years to leap back from the Avro Jetliner cancellation, and Bombardier has done well in the commercial aircraft segment… But Canada never bounced back in the military aircraft sector. Once the Arrow was murdered, we never went back to the military stuff. We bought it, but never again did we produce it. But it is museum pieces like these that remind us of the tenaciousness, the intensity, and the success of Canadian ingenuity in the early part of the Jet Age, in the late 1940s and 50s. It was a new frontier, folks. New, to everybody. And a small country like Canada (through research and development) could be as successful, and even more so, than some of the more established players in the aviation field ( Britain, the USA, France). Even if, only, for a time. So, meander your way up to that there museum, and look at this artifact, and many other Avro Canada ones. Each will leave you with an impression of how grand the aeronautical endeavours, and undertakings were there in Malton in the 50s. You'll note at Avro Canada, their strong employee social network, this carefree and serious "country" within our country, that would eventually have such a huge impact on our tiny, tiny, nation. And of, course the world around us. Because nothing is ever done in a vacuum, folks. What was happening at Avro Canada was noticed worldwide. And what was learned there has been passed on through, to later aircraft design. The BAC TSR.2 benefited heavily from the Arrow program. No less than 15 design inputs snafu'd from Avro Canada engineering data given to BAC for free, for FREE, by the Canadian government! Stupid is, as stoo'pid does— The Concorde, and its Olympus engines both benefitted from our Canadian successes at Malton (YYZ). More freebees. To any who just asked! First "acquired" from Avro Canada, and next from Orenda Engines (the engine subsidiary of Avro Canada). And I could go on, but won't. Do yourself a favour. Visit the museum, and breathe it all in. Stop pretending you're a Canadian… be one. And, I, am, outta, here…Ma, you mean I can grow up and become president? :)
Yes. You Can. Do not ask or expect for a "miracle" to happen UNLESS you stop to acknowledge, recognize and have gratitude for the miracles that have already come to pass. ljs On my 36th birthday, after seven years of dealing with infertility, I lay sobbing on the shower floor, asking "when do I get MY baby????". I was a social worker who worked with unwanted abused children and the universe felt unfair. A quiet voice answered: "Open Your Heart and the Answers Will Come". At that divine moment of letting go, opening myself to the universe, a peace like I had never before experienced entered my "being". All sadness, self-pity, anger , hopelessness lifted. I left that shower cleaner, tear-free and renewed. We stopped "trying" to have a baby (but left in the fun part)! I decided to return to school and agreed after I graduated, we would start the "Adoption Process". 9 Months from that day (on my niece's birthday) , I got a call from an attorney saying "I hear you may be interested in a baby". This was an unsolicited call from someone who "heard about us" through "some other people". We had not registered with anyone yet. AND I answered the phone, which many know, is a miracle in itself! Three months later, our son was born. Trevor was born Sept. 9th. We held him for the first time 2 days later, when his birthmother, Lisa * placed him my arms and congratulated me for being a mom. We hugged and cried together. When I held Trevor, I was home again. For the first time. Only moms know that feeling. Our Forever Family Court date , finalizing the Adoption, took place on Dec. 18th. On my 37th birthday. Exactly one year to the day the" voice" told me it would be okay. I received my Master's Degree in Human Services (family and child development) 18 months later. How I managed that with an INFANT WITH COLIC is another story and another miracle? Other "miracles" have occurred in my life, even some involving being present at the moment of anothers death; as miracles are dressed in many disguises while we inhabit this transient life form. So, I just want to say "thanks". And Thanks for nominating a black man for President Of the United States of America! Hope. Change. A promise for something better. Miracles Abound!
The bestselling classic more than two million parents have depended on... The First Twelve Months Of Life.See also:
For over twenty years, this invaluable book has been helping parents understand their new babies: from what an infant knows and feels at each stage of development to what he or she needs from a parent to grow and thrive. Now completely updated to include the latest information on everything from breast-feeding versus bottle-feeding to coping with colic and choosing a reliable sitter, The First Twelve Months Of Life is the definitive child-care resource. Featuring:
--monthly grow charts that reveal how your baby's motor, language, mental, and social skills develop
--reassuring answers to the questions most parents ask
--brief overviews of what to expect from your baby each month
--proven techniques for soothing crying babies, solving sleep problems, and dealing with diaper rash, fear of strangers, and teething
--essential information on when to call a doctor and the best schedule for immunizations
-- plus more than 150 fascinating photos
Whether you're a first-time parent or an old hand, you'll find that The First Twelve Months Of Life offers a rewarding glimpse into your baby's world that will only deepen your appreciation of the wondrous strides he or she is about to make.
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