GERBER BABY FOOD PLANT - BABY STUFF.
15 Assorted Super Soft 'Ema Jane' Gerber Daisy Stretch Headbands with 'Ema Jane' Small Gerber Daisies - Perfect for Girls, Youth, Baby, Newborn
Brand New Assorted Lot of 15 Assorted Small 'Ema Jane' Cute Gerber Daisy Hair Flowers attached (glued) to matching Headbands. Each flower is 2 inches wide and is intricately layered, dyed and adorned with a crystal center. You will always have something to match that perfect outfit! Each flower is securely glued to a child-safe soft crochet headband. The colors included in this package are as shown in the current main default photo, unless we get new colors or stock in which we will send an assortment of colors, none of them will be the same.78% (15)
Remembering how it began...
"Valentine Mary" was born February 12, 2005 to Clarice and a male goat that "visited" Clarice "before" she was purchased as a "yearling" to come live on "Grandpa's Goat Hill".... Bambi and Clarice were the "first" goats to live on "Grandpa's Goathill".... Not a single soul would have thought that Clarice was expecting.... Bill Balls was soon the next to come live on GGH...soon arriving after Bambi and Clarice. Bill was going to be the "breeding buck"....He was so young and oh so adorable. The breeding process began. Bambi soon started showing signs that she had successfully been bred to Bill Balls. Clarice was still so small and remaining the same in size. Well....the end of January rolled around and Clarice started filling out more. "Possibly" thinking that she had successfully been bred.....the watch was on. Bambi was getting larger and larger....Clarice growing just a little. To everyone's surprise on February 12, 2005....this little bundle above arrived......SO CLOSE to Valentine's Day. How could she NOT be named Valentine ?? Clarice did not even look very pregnant at all......everyone thought for sure Bambi was due first... Clarice had been bred to the "breeding buck" of the farm where she came from. The little baby, Valentine looked IDENTICAL to the buck....her Daddy. WHAT A SURPRISE.....EVERY little marking was identical to that beautiful buck where Clarice had been purchased. This little baby almost did not make it.....she was in the barn standing shivering for quite a few hours before being discovered. Her Mama did not know how to care for her, neither did "Aunt Bambi".....Clarice and Bambi were sisters. The trip to Walmart to get supplies.....caused a lot of stares. This little baby could not be left alone......so off we went. Her head remained in the baby afghan ( I had tons from my two kids )....but the customers and cashiers could see her little black head sticking out. Naturally she had to be uncovered and got all kinds of "oohs and awes"...... Val got a special treat that day. Her little hat that says "It's A Girl".....it fit so nicely on her tiny black head. She let me do anything to her.....dress her up...take her everywhere I went....as long as I had a baby bottle waiting. Oh gosh do they ever go crazy for those warm baby bottles. Her first night of Karo and Mother's colostrum....and a TON of TLC saved her. She truly was "head back, tongue out and looking like a dead deer"......I did NOT think she would live through the night and neither did anyone else. She was just like a limp little rag. Bambi delivered twins, Tinkie and little Bub ( named after the Uncle )...on March 7, 2005. Bill Balls, this time...thanks to Bambi, was indeed a first time Daddy. They all THREE were brought home and bottle fed. WHAT A CHORE......almost like triplets. Valentine had a rough first year....if anything was to ail her....it did. She had a lot of bouts with "the runs"...."pink eye"....and just stayed so small. Val is now one of the healthiest goats around.....with the most beautiful shiny coat. She is a prize winner in the eyes of me.....her Mommy.Water recycling at the Gerber baby food factory
At the Gerber baby food factory in Fremont, Michigan, water used in primary plant processes (such as washing raw materials, pictured) is recycled for secondary uses (for example, washing floor drains). It is then piped 4 miles down the road to the Gerber 450 acre farm to irrigate crops that are grown to produce animal feed for local farmers.
"At long last -- Magda Gerber's wisdom and spice captured in a book --what a treasure! Now parents and caregivers everywhere can benefit from learning what it means to truly respect babies."Similar posts:
--Janet Gonzalez-Mena, Author of Infants, Toddlers, and Caregivers and Dragon Mom
"Magda Gerber's approach will deepen your understanding of your baby and help you truly appreciate the complexity, competence, and amazing capacities of the small human being for whom you are caring."
--Jeree H. Pawl, Ph.D. Director, Infant-Parent Program University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine
As the founder of Resources for Infant Educarers (RIE), Magda Gerber has spent decades helping new mothers and fathers give their children the best possible start in life. Her successful parenting approach harnesses the power of this basic fact: Your baby is unique and will grow in confidence if allowed to develop at his or her own pace. The key to successful parenting is learning to observe your child and to trust him or her to be an initiator, an explorer, a self-learner with an individual style of problem solving and mastery.
Now you can discover the acclaimed RIE approach. This practical and enlightening guide will help you:
Develop your own observational skills
Learn when to intervene with your baby and when not to
Find ways to connect with your baby through daily caregiving routines such as feeding, diapering, and bathing
Effectively handle common problems such as crying, discipline, sleep issues, toilet training, and much more.
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