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  • Preparing for a New Baby After Losing a Child to SIDS

    Preparing for a New Baby After Losing a Child to SIDS

    The sixth in a series of profiles of real people with real challenges…who were helped by SNOO.Kara is 34 weeks pregnant with her fourth child, and she openly shares that the new baby came as a surprise. It's an important detail for understanding her story, but also, Kara believes that talking openly about her challenges as a mom can be helpful to others.In that spirit, she's agreed to share the most painful story of her life, that of losing her...

    33 Weeks Pregnant: Oy! Breathlessness + Heartburn

    33 Weeks Pregnant: Oy! Breathlessness + Heartburn

    Your little one is thirsty lately. She’s drinking around a 16 ounces of her amniotic fluid every day. That sounds a little gross, but what is truly gross is that she then pees it out—into the amniotic fluid—and then drinks it all over again! On the totally great side of things, this same fluid is helping get her lungs ready for her dramatic entry into the world of air and breathing. Having lungs filled with liquid is fine for babies...

    There’s a ‘Golden Moment’ for Putting Your Baby to Sleep

    There’s a ‘Golden Moment’ for Putting Your Baby to Sleep

    Most people think a baby is ready for slumber when her eyes get lidded and her head slumps against our shoulder. Actually, at that point she is overtired. Many babies can sleep anywhere, anytime. But those with a challenging temperament or poor state control live on a tightrope. Growing weariness can suddenly tip them off balance and send them crashing down from a happy alertness to exhausted misery in a blink. So if your well-meaning neighbor says to keep your...

    Don't Get Blindsided by the 3-4 Month Sleep Regression

    Don't Get Blindsided by the 3-4 Month Sleep Regression

    The 3- to 4-month sleep regression confounds and frustrates so many parents. With these preventative tips, you don't have to be one of them! There’s that point in every parent’s journey when your little baby starts to sleep better. And you’re so relieved and so happy. But you don’t want to be too quick to congratulate yourself… some sleep challenges lurk ahead in the not-so-distant future: Your baby will start to roll over. When that happens, you have to stop...

    Ticks: Protecting Your Family from Danger

    Ticks: Protecting Your Family from Danger

    The weather is getting warmer! The family will be spending more time outdoors and having fun.  But are you up to speed on the serious risks posed by…ticks? The big tick trauma everyone knows about is Lyme disease. It hits 300,000+ Americans every year and can cause anything from mild flu to painful meningitis and even chronic nerve damage, joint pains, fatigue and memory impairment. But, this summer the risk is greater than usual…because of mice!  Long story short, Lyme...

    The Sleep / Sex Connection for New Parents

    The Sleep / Sex Connection for New Parents

    Happy Valentine’s Day, parents. Turned on, yet? We’re here to help you out, because we just Googled “sex tips for parents,” and the top suggestion out there is to have appointment sex. Can you think of anything less sexy than that? C’mon millennial parents, we’re not ones to settle… One of the most interesting differences between millennials and other generations is our strong commitment to self-care. Taking time to meditate, do yoga, walk outdoors, unplug…these are just a few of...

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