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  • Breast pumping at work can feel very overwhelming at first. Where will you pump? Will you have enough time? How will your coworkers feel about it? Breast pumping at work does take some commitment, but it's not hard with a few simple tips. I'll share with you how I do it.

    How to Breast Pump While at Work

    How to Breast Pump While at Work

    by emilybee0

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  • Even if you don't know someone who has lost a baby, there are things that every childless parent wants you to know. It may be an uncomfortable subject for most, but death of babies do happen and affect the lives of parents more than you may think.

    Things That a Mother Who Has Lost Her Baby Would Like You to Know

    Things That a Mother Who Has Lost Her Baby Would Like You to Know

    by Kiyomi Motomura4

  • As long as parents have been naming their children, they have been drawn to names inspired by colors. Here is a list of over 100 names for girls and boys inspired by every color of the rainbow.

    The Full Spectrum of Unique Color Names for Babies

    The Full Spectrum of Unique Color Names for Babies

    by Kathryn Lamoreux34

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  • Discusses the general origin of the name Liam and the frequency of its use in the U.K and U.S.

    The Origin of the Name Liam

    The Origin of the Name Liam

    by James Smith0

  • Many of these quirky, old-fashioned girl names are moving up quickly on the trend list: Trudy, Celia, Etta, and Lillian, among others. These timeless "old-lady" names are gaining modern appeal.

    Retro-Cool, Vintage Baby Names for Girls

    Retro-Cool, Vintage Baby Names for Girls

    by SmartAndFun83

  • Be prepared for your newborn with this list of baby essentials. Learn what you need for the baby and how you can save money buying items for your new baby.

    Everything You Need for a Newborn Baby

    Everything You Need for a Newborn Baby

    by Marissa34

  • Most people have heard of the “dive reflex,” which apparently means that babies are born able to swim. But there is more to the dive reflex than most of us assume, and some of its effects may not be what you would want for your baby. If you are thinking about teaching a young baby to swim read this article first.

    Safety Tips When Taking Your Baby Swimming.

    Safety Tips When Taking Your Baby Swimming.

    by Yvonne Spence37

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