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My 20-week ultrasound: 7 surprising things I learned

The 20-week ultrasound or second trimester ultrasound is important because it& 39;s the first chance to find out your baby& 39;s gender for most people. You& 39;ll also get vital information about how your baby& 39;s developing.Here& 39;s my very basic, unscientific explanation of what happens: The ultrasound tech slathers gel onto your tummy and scans the baby in your belly, projecting images onto a screen.
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7 things you can do to help your autistic or sensory kid in the car

Car trips are tough on some kids – and parents. Maybe the motion makes your child carsick, or they can& 39;t handle the feeling of the tight harness, or they panic when they can& 39;t move around. Whatever the reason, if you have a baby or child who reacts badly to car rides, you know it.When my daughter was an infant and toddler, she screamed and wailed her way through each car trip.
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How can I limit my child's video-game playing time?

First, you have to assess how much he& 39;s playing and then consider the other things he does with his free time. Most child development experts recommend that children& 39;s & 34;total screen time& 34; — which includes watching television and videos, surfing the Internet, and playing computer or video games — be limited to one to two hours a day.
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Are you a happy pregnant?

Pregnancy process; It is a very important period in the life of women duyg In this period, emotions and behaviors differentiate due to rapidly changing hormones and women's sensitivity increases. Psychologist Eda Gökduman shares with you the psychological changes experienced during pregnancy. Pregnancy process; It is a very important period in the life of women… In this period, emotions and behaviors differentiate due to rapidly changing hormones and women's sensitivity increases.
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7 things you never knew about the kids' book Goodnight Moon

I somehow managed to get through my first daughter& 39;s early childhood without ever reading Margaret Wise Brown& 39;s classic bedtime story, Goodnight Moon.Eventually, my youngest came along, and she turned out to be a terrible sleeper. I tried just about everything to get that girl to sleep, and that& 39;s how Goodnight Moon finally found a place on our bookshelf.
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Is it okay for my baby to sleep on her tummy for naps?

No, to greatly reduce the risk of SIDS, you should always place your baby to sleep on her back — whether it& 39;s for an afternoon nap or in the middle of the night, and whether she& 39;s at daycare, at Grandma& 39;s, or at home. In fact, babies who usually sleep on their back but are placed on their stomach occasionally (during a nap, for example) are at especially high risk for SIDS.
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