Book review: 'How Smart is Your Baby?'|
By Sarah Lawson on 15/12/2006 in Products
A developmental reference book with advice, observations and ideas on baby growth from birth to one year.
How Smart is Your Baby? by Glenn Doman and Janet Doman Insights into getting the best out of your baby's natural abilitiesThis is quite 'American' in tone, and perhaps a bit intense in its evangelical outlook Features: In depth analysis of a child's development is summarised in ...
59-year-old gives birth to twins|
By Laura Lee Davies on 04/07/2006 in Birth stories
An American woman has given birth to twins at the age of 59, after donor egg treatment.
observation since March and had her babies during surgery. (She was given an emergency hysterectomy at the same time.)In the UK, the oldest woman recorded to be expecting a baby is Patricia Rashbrook, who is 63 and due to give birth later this year.For older
Fertility treatment IVM linked to oversized babies|
By Kimberley Smith on 02/07/2010 in IVF & fertility treatments
Recent IVF technique, in vitro maturation, linked to larger babies, difficult births and caesareans
, no major health problems have been observed in children born after IVM,” Dr Peter reassured.
Fasting for Ramadan during pregnancy affects baby|
By Kimberley Smith on 25/06/2010 in Pregnancy diet and nutrition
Muslim mums-to-be warned that religious fasting during Ramadan could be harmful to their unborn babies
with their communities or feelings of guilt if mums-to-be do not observe the traditional fasting during Ramadan.The importance of maternal nutrition to a growing baby is well known so if you are worried how fasting will affect your baby this Ramadan speak to your GP
Midwives to use volunteers - plan revealed|
By Susie Boone on 07/03/2011 in Pregnancy health & safety
Using volunteer help could ease the midwife shortage situation, says report
in labour.According to The Observer, the plan would be for volunteers to give support to midwives by filling in forms, taking blood pressure and possibly giving breastfeeding advice.The report then goes further – suggesting that midwives could undertake some
12 year old tries to sell newborn baby!|
By Anna Lewis on 13/03/2012 in Newborn
A child has been arrested in Greece for trying to sell a 10 week old baby for £10K
.The baby – whose relationship to the family is unknown – is safe and being kept under observation in hospital.Anecdotal evidence suggests that because of Greece’s recent financial crisis many families have been forced to give up their children.Read more
Book review: How to Raise an Amazing Child|
By Sarah Lawson on 25/12/2006 in Products
Advice and ideas on how to encourage your child's development along the Montessori method.
How to Raise an Amazing Child by Tim Seldin A beautifully presented book of ideas, observations and advice on how to encourage good development in the first six years of lifeNot much to fault, though frazzled parents might wonder if their children
Update: Amanda Holden has her baby|
By Zoe Briggs on 25/01/2012 in Celebrity
Amanda gives birth and reveals baby name after admitting herself to hospital with labour pains
observation.Amanda and husband Chris Hughes tragically lost a son early last year. Along with suffering a previous miscarriage in 2010, it the couple have had a tough time and aren’t taking any chances with this pregnancy.However, friend and fellow judge Simon
My 7 Month Old's Meal Times|
By Em&George on 24/03/2009 in forum
irritating on their gums and they can just feel not themselves..so don't be too hard or worried. Let his tooth break through and then observe if he's still up to the pattern of not eating, drinking his bottles.LadySteffy*
Review The Sun Guide to Celebrity Baby Names|
By Sarah Lawson on 12/05/2006 in Baby Reviews
The Tabloid approach to baby naming - and what the weird and wonderful celeb babies names actually mean.
) as well as the 'Top 10 nutty celeb names', plus chapters on themed names, an a to z guide of celeb names and other titbits of observation looking at families with lots of eccentric monikers, and so on. The ThinkBaby verdict A bit of fun and perhaps a