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Photo: Walmart.ca A popular infant sleeper recalled in the United States is still available in Canada for a simple reason: labelling. Fisher-Price recalled the Rock ‘n Play Sleeper on April 12, 2019 after an investigation by Consumer Reports linked the inclined sleeper to 32 deaths. Consumer Reports says its ongoing investigation is based on data
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One of the perks of homeschooling is that you have the freedom to choose your own curriculum and homeschooling style. There are a variety of options for homeschool curriculum, so much that it can become overwhelming to decide what is right for you. If you are new to homeschooling, you may be unfamiliar with some
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Photo: iStockphoto My three-year-old daughter fiddles with her belly button. She has been doing it since she was two and a half. It would happen randomly—she would reach for her navel, just casually poking around, while she was getting dressed, playing or chatting. While it’s not quite as gross as, say, nose picking or hair
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IN THIS ARTICLE How do you make a toddler sleep comfortably while traveling? A toddler travel bed can be the answer. Toddler beds are exclusively designed to create a comfortable space for a toddler to sleep while traveling. There are different types of toddler travel beds to choose from, depending on your requirements. MomJunction tells
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Respiratory problems can be troublesome for a baby. Some are mild and can be treated with oral medications and vapor rubs. But some could need the medicine to be directly delivered to the lungs, for quicker and more effective results. A nebulizer serves this precise purpose. Nebulizers are used for
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Photo: iStockphoto Sleep-deprived parents will try anything to get their little ones to sleep. Unfortunately, there’s no full-proof product when it comes to baby swaddles—different styles work for different babies and some babies flat-out refuse to be confined. But many parents and paediatricians swear that swaddling can help most babies sleep longer and cry less.
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Photo: Getty Images Rose Neale*, a mom of two from Toronto, noticed her four-year-old daughter, Elodie*, was kind of clumsy. “When she first started walking, she’d fall down frequently while running or playing,” says Neale. Elodie often bumped into other kids or furniture and had little bruises on her legs. At the time, Neale didn’t
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Photo: Getty Images As a mom of three, Terrie Malcolm has experienced pretty much every toddler phase—the good and the bad—at least once. The “hating the stroller” period—where a toddler just won’t stay in the stroller—is one she’s lived through three times. Her daughter Rebekkah was especially anti-stroller for a while. Strapped into a double
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