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    newborn baby
  • neonate: a baby from birth to four weeks
  • An infant or baby is the very young offspring of humans. A newborn is an infant who is within hours, days, or up to a few weeks from birth.
    dolls
  • Decorate or dress up something
  • Dolls is a film directed by horror director Stuart Gordon and released in 1987, after Gordon's success with Re-Animator. The film was shot in Italy in 1985. Dolls has taken credit for having inspired several similar "killer doll" movies since, most prominently Child's Play.
  • Dress someone or oneself smartly and attractively
  • (doll) a small replica of a person; used as a toy
  • (doll) dame: informal terms for a (young) woman
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Heading Home with Your Newborn: From Birth to Reality
Heading Home with Your Newborn: From Birth to Reality
This fully updated guide offers "parent-tested, pediatrician-approved" advice for new parents finding themselves overwhelmed with the reality of caring for a baby in the first eight weeks of its life. The second edition features a wealth of new information on topics such as vaccines, child care providers, babies and learning, car seats, safe sleep, cord blood, what to keep in the medicine cabinet, postpartum depression, and organic formulas. With wit and humor, the pediatrician moms allay the feelings of anxiety, guilt, and inadequacy that inevitably plague first-time parents home alone with a newborn, providing authoritative yet compassionate advice for the sleep-deprived and overwhelmed. From "Going with the Flow" (the trials of breastfeeding) and "What Goes in Must Come Out" (a discussion of "pee and poop") to "Fever: Trial by Fire" and "Seeing Yellow: Jaundice," this handbook provides solid, practical, balanced guidance that will enable parents to feel confident about their parenting skills.

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africa series 6: mother and child
africa series 6: mother and child
africa series 6: mother and child mixed media: pastel in cardboard box: dolls, beads, cloth flowers, glass, twine, stone, wood, bell, glass globule 11"x11"x2" click on "all sizes" above picture to see larger view. jennifer beinhacker art outside the edge jenniferbeinhacker.com the conception of homes are a little different from what one can see elsewhere. most families in mali are extended families with up to three generations living together at times. to accomodate such large crowds, there are numerous houses-- sometimes just one or two bedroom only, sometimes a little bigger, rectangular in shape with a veranda -- all lined up in a circle, leaving a huge yard in the middle. they are called compounds. the yard is the heart of the home, as everything takes place there: dishes, laundry, cooking, chatting, childrearing, etc. while it is very rare, if not impossible to see husbands and wives holding hands or kissing or having any other gestures of tenderness for one another in the middle of the compound (or any other public place for that matter), it is not uncommon to see women nursing their children right in the middle of the yard. that may happen any time of the day or night, whether other family members are present, or outside visitors happen to drop by. There is no taboo about a woman's breasts being seen as she nurses her baby. breastfeeding is considered to be a natural thing. For that reason, women can be seen nursing their children virtually anywhere: on public transportation if the child happens to be crying, at the marketplace, or at any of the numerous ceremonies that abound in the society (e.g., naming ceremonies for newborn babies, engagement ceremonies, weddings, funerals, etc.). it is the acceptable thing to do. in fact, any woman who would let her child cry and not try to calm her/him down with breastfeeding first is sure to attract criticism from everyone around, strangers and acquaintances alike. in the mid-sixties and seventies, this practice changed somehow for the so-called "intellectual" women. that was when the western trend of baby formula was gaining momentum in african countries. In mali, they had the "Guigoz" brand from france. needless to say it was not cheap. It became fashionable to carry baby bottles around and not expose breasts in public anymore. however this practice was in big cities mostly, and only by relatively well-to-do women who had had some schooling. the majority of women who lived in rural areas, and who, for the most part, could not afford the baby formula kept up the old ways. the "intellectual" women may have taken up the baby formula practice first because it was around the time when women were going out on the job market, working in offices in salaried positions. in fact, there lay some of the problems with the baby bottle: these working women had to leave their babies with either their mother, mother-in-law or maids, all illiterate, to handle the whole bottle feeding process. hygiene standards were not the highest possible, to say the least. the second reason may have been due to the huge advertisement campaign for baby formula and against breastfeeding put out by western companies. the last reason may be because of that desire to be like western women. luckily the fad was long gone. breastfeeding, if the mother is able to, can be the greatest bonding process between mother and child. it is a peaceful, soothing, and priceless moment for both mother and child, not to mention that the mother's milk is far more superior to any formula when it comes to its nutritional value for the baby. the real deal is always much better than any substitute. That probably explains why most malian children do not use pacifiers.
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~Baby's Beautiful Hair~ HER SMOOTH BROWN HAIR, ABSOLUTELY BABY SOFT HAIR IS A HAND ROOTED MOHAIR... ~What a Sweet Face~ SHE HAS BEAUTIFUL PEACEFUL SLEEPING LOOK, HER LIPS ARE SHADED AND SEALED WITH A SLIGHT SHINE. JUST CHECK OUT THE DETAILS! ~Truly Cuddly Body~ HER HEAD IS WEIGHTED AND SWIVELS EASILY ON HER CLOTH BODY . MADE OF QUALITY VINYL WITH 1/4 LENGTH ARMS & LEGS. SHE HAS THE HIGHEST QUALITY DOUBLE SEWN CLOTH BODY. THE HEAD, BODY & LIMBS ARE WEIGHTED WITH MICRO BEADS AND THE SOFTEST POLY FLUFF GIVING HER A REALISTIC NEWBORN FEEL. ALL BABY'S LIMBS ARE ATTACHED WITH SMALL PLASTIC TIES I TAKE PRIDE IN MAKING MY BABIES FEEL AS REAL AS THEY LOOK! AND THE BEST PART ABOUT HER IS SHE WILL WEAR NEWBORN SIZED CLOTHING SO SHOPPING WITH HER IS A WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE TOO!. ~What's "Abigail" Coming Home in ?~ ~CUTE NEW BORN OUTFIT ~ ~HAIR BOWS~ ~A SOFT FLEECE BLANKET~ ~SIGNED & LAMINATED CERTIFICATE OF BIRTH~ ~CARE INSTRUCTIONS~ (AND A BIG AMAZING BABY'S HUG FOR YOU!) Please Note: Items not Listed are Props & Not Included

like newborn baby dolls
like newborn baby dolls
Boppy Newborn Lounger, Seed Row
The Boppy® Newborn Lounger is the perfect comfy spot for small babies. It's portable, it's easy to clean and baby can rest happily in this cozy pillow while mom watches over hands-free. The Newborn Lounger is uniquely designed with a recessed interior perfect for a newborn's bottom. It features soft wipeable fashion, because accidents happen. And with a convenient handle, this portable little pillow is easier to manage than a swing or a bouncer, making it easy to grab and go. While baby is lounging safely, mom has her hands free to snap photos of her future rock star, graduate or CEO.

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