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Merino Kids Baby Sleep Bag, 0-2 years, Oatmeal

Merino Kids Baby Sleep Bag, 0-2 years, Oatmeal

The 100% natural Merino Kids Baby Sleep Bag is the world's finest baby sleep sack. Its remarkable natural merino fabric and award-winning design help your baby to sleep safely through the night.
Crafted from superfine allergy-safe merino wool, the Merino Kids baby sleep sack is luxuriously soft and light upon your baby's body. It fits babies safely up to two years and its quality workmanship guarantees years of wear.
Babies can take as long as a year to develop the full capability to regulate their own body temperature, which is why they often wake too hot or too cold. Only merino fabric has the remarkable natural ability to regulate body temperature and the Merino Kids baby sleep sack is ideal all-year-round for nursery room temperatures from 64°F to 75°F. It captures and circulates air to insulate your baby when the room temperature falls, and releases excess body heat and moisture as the room temperature rises, to create the perfect safe micro-climate around their body.
Your baby has the freedom to move naturally in their Merino Kids baby sleep sack but they cannot slip underneath, nor wriggle out and wake uncovered and cold, as can happen with blankets. Parents get a good night's sleep with the peace of mind that their baby won't get too cold or too hot and their baby's head won't get covered.
Promotes back sleeping; sleeveless for better air circulation; fabric stays clear of baby's face; reduced risk of overheating due to merino's natural body temperature-regulating capability.
The innovative safety belt aperture allows the sleep sack to be worn safely in car or stroller, making it easy to transfer them asleep to and from their crib.
100% natural long staple cotton outer layer for extra durability. Opens up flat for easy dressing. Unzips from the bottom for quick diaper changes.
Can be tumble-dried. Contains no polyester. Naturally fire resistant.

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Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep...

Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep...

Saturday, June 8th, 6 days overdue, was when I actually went into labour. I started having some contractions that morning, but they were coming only once every hour or two hours. I didn't really think anything about it at the time since I'd not even a hint of any sort of non-braxton hicks contraction prior. To be honest, I had wanted to go to a friend's wedding, but since the wedding would have been over an hour from the hospital, I elected not to go. It was a decision I made more because I was already over due and hesitant to be too far from the hospital more than because I was having contractions, which were so sporadic and hardly more than cramps anyway.

I eventually took a nap and woke up at exactly 4.45 pm while in the middle of a contraction. This one was a lot more noticible and nothing like the braxton hicks contractions I'd been having over the last several months. The contractions didn't stop, but they were extremely sporadic. I would have one, then have another ten minutes later, only to have the next one another twenty or thirty minutes after that. Then I might have two five minutes apart and not feel another for yet another half hour.

After several hours of this, I finally went to bed around midnight. I woke up around two-thirty in the morning with a contraction and found myself unable to sleep through them, though I was still able to 'talk' through them. I didn't wake Kurt until they started getting a little harder and I didn't feel like I wanted to be alone anymore; that was around four in the morning. I also wanted to eat something and had been craving Turkey Noodle Soup (we had one can in the pantry) ever since I had awaken. I woke up Kurt and he made me the soup. I hit transition labour right around 4.30 am. It was a lot more painful than it had been with Kat and I had trouble dealing with it. I spent most of my time on my exercise ball and the rocking back and forth seemed to help a little.

It was about this time that I suggested we go to the hospital. By the time everything was in the car, it was at least five in the morning. I called my friend Mindy who was going to take Kat so that my mother in law could be with us. She met us at the hospital, where we arrived sometime around five thirty. My mother in law had Kat in the car with her along with my aunt in law who had come to visit.

I was supposed to be able to move around and get on my hands and knees, which I found helped me deal with the pain a lot better. Unfortunately, the nurses wouldn't let me and I was forced to be on my back or my side. I just couldn't stand it. The pain was worse than before and I couldn't focus. They wouldn't let me do what I wanted. I finally gave in and asked for an epidural. They gave me some nubain to help while they 'ordered' the epidural. The nubain didn't take away the pain, but it was a lot easier to deal with after that. I got the epidural and was able to actually doze while I was labouring, which was a rather strange thing, to be honest, but I was grateful considering how little sleep I had gotten.

The doctor on call finally arrived around seven and was very nice. I liked her. She checked me, but I hadn't progressed far at all, only a centimeter and a half. She was willing to let me labour longer, however, especially since my water still hadn't broken. By ten or so, I hadn't progressed three centimeters so she broke my water. Evidently there was a lot of water between Matthew and the canal, so she was hoping this would allow him to descend and get me to dilate. Unfortunately, a couple of hours later, Matthew's heartbeat started dipping several times in a row and I still hadn't dilated beyond three centimeters. Kurt and I both knew because of my narrow pelvic bone that there was a very good chance that I would have to have a repeat C-Section. Actually, I had a feeling that it was going to be that way, but I had wanted to labour anyway since labour is good for babies, preparing their lungs, etc. At least I got to do that!

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Baby's First Crown of Thorns

Baby's First Crown of Thorns

Ahhh, the miracle of divorce. Who would have thought the end of something as boring as marriage would be so painful? Made this at 4 am one morning, while my ex-wife was sleeping over. We were trying to be post-marital pals. How jolly and modern of us. Drank some wine, watched a video, had a laugh. Why not? Ultimately it wasn't anybody's fault etc etc. We brushed our teeth and went to bed as we used to. No sex, but that's often the case in marriage too. I thought I could handle this rational, platonic friendship. Then I woke at 3:30 full of dread. Her sleeping body next to mine used to be the biggest source of comfort in my life, now it was a rebuke, a symbol of all the women who didn't want to fuck me. She was like all the ex-girlfriends who weren't thinking about me anymore. Lying there, staring at the sleeping shape beside me I was heading for somewhere just a little too murky. I got up and turned on my computer, looked around for a recent image. I chose this one without thinking at all of the cheesy symbolism of the moment. I was just thinking...ewww cool there's that plastic baby head that mouldered in a dead potted plant out on the balcony for a year. Actually it's only now, months later, that it has occured to me that this photo has some deeper meaning for me. The end of a marriage, the family that never happened. Pretty obvious I suppose, but perhaps I wasn't ready to see it until now.

how to get baby to sleep

how to get baby to sleep

Your Baby Can Sleep: The Practical, Proven Method for Solving your Baby's Sleep Problems [VHS]

Nearly half of all new parents struggle nightly with their baby's sleep problems. The resulting stress, sleep deprivation and exhaustion are a chronic problem for millions. Despite the advice they receive from friends, family and the most popular baby sleep books, nothing seems to work. Until now!
In Your Baby Can Sleep pediatric sleep specialist Dr. Stuart Tomares presents a clear, simple, and effective method to have your baby sleeping well in about a week. Learn to understand your baby's sleep and why sleep problems occur. Meet other parents with similar problems and hear answers to their questions. Implemented correctly, this program has a success rate of over 95%, even when nothing else has worked! Don't spend another sleepless night. Your baby really can sleep.

Frustrated because baby doesn't sleep at night? With the help of Dr. Stuart Tomares, a pediatric sleep specialist, you can have your baby sleeping well in about a week. In this 24-minute video, Dr. Tomares outlines three major causes of sleep disturbances in infants: lack of a sleep ritual, poor sleep associations, and inconsistent parental response. After defining each of these three areas, Dr. Tomares offers several examples of good sleep rituals and sleep associations, and defines appropriate parental response. Video clips of parents with their children provide helpful visual examples.
Dr. Tomares outlines five specific stages of achieving good sleep: creating good sleep associations, a bedtime routine, a transition period, crying, and "the plan." Much emphasis is given to these stages being learned processes, to the concept of incremental comforting, and to the distressing yet necessary stage of letting your child cry. Most impressive is Dr. Tomares's suggested day-by-day, minute-by-minute timetables for comforting a baby who cries at bedtime. Especially reassuring is the "sleep talk" segment in which Dr. Tomares hosts a question-and-answer session with concerned parents and answers many frequently asked questions.
This is a wonderfully detailed plan for getting your baby to sleep well. With a 95 percent success rate, this tape is sure to help junior slip into dreamland so you can get some rest, too. --Tami Horiuchi

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