Patemm Pads

Patemm Pads

Don't have a lot of baggage? Wish I could say the same but the Patemm Pad is perfect for when a diaper bag is too much to handle. A large, round diaper changing pad with pockets to store diapers, wipes, creams and spare clothes. A must when you don't need to lug around a ton of bottles and other garbage. It's easy to fold and carry and generously sized.

  • Love this! Going to ask Santa for the Mama with three baby birds.... Nesting Baby and Mama Bird Sterling Silver Necklace Handmade By Rhonda Wyman

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  • I've been looking for something like this for a little while. A way to record K-12 - if the parents remember to fill it out! This is my family's biggest weakness.

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  • Perfect for nursing moms because there are no sharp edges or hardware. I found that regular watches could cut the back of my baby's head when I was positioning her to nurse in my arms. As a nursing mother I found that time was som... Perfect for nursing moms because there are no sharp edges or hardware. I found that regular watches could cut the back of my baby's head when I was positioning her to nurse in my arms. As a nursing mother I found that time was something I had to keep track of for nursing and naps so a watch was crucial. Now that my daughter is older she can play with it without hurting herself or damaging it because it's close to indestructible. I was the hit at my mommy and me group because all the babies were mesmerized by the glow of my bright orange watch.

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  • This was invented by a new mom and dad who found themselves sleep-deprived and needing help to remember baby care details, such as when their baby last ate or napped. They tried charts and journals, but thought there had to be a b... This was invented by a new mom and dad who found themselves sleep-deprived and needing help to remember baby care details, such as when their baby last ate or napped. They tried charts and journals, but thought there had to be a better way. It has recently won the iParenting 2007 award as well as DadLabs Top 10 and JPMA Innovation award. This is a great gift for new parents or someone with two or more children and a new baby.

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  • A great blog where black mothers can talk about big issues important to them. Launched as the flagship blog in our six blog network, Black Moms, Big Issues is where we hope black moms all across the nation and world will gather to... A great blog where black mothers can talk about big issues important to them. Launched as the flagship blog in our six blog network, Black Moms, Big Issues is where we hope black moms all across the nation and world will gather to discuss everything from parenting to politics.

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  • I love this blog by Izzymom for lots of reasons. Like her writing style, voice. But even if I didn't the header on her blog is just classic-She has a picture of a little girl in a halloween "devil" costume that says "Not now I'm... I love this blog by Izzymom for lots of reasons. Like her writing style, voice. But even if I didn't the header on her blog is just classic-She has a picture of a little girl in a halloween "devil" costume that says "Not now I'm watching soul train". Why wouldn't I love it?

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  • If you've read my book The Mother of All Parenting Books, you know that I adore one of the tracks on Momnipotent -- the song called "Mommas Have a Secret." (Nancy White -- the singer/songwriter who wrote and performed all the song... If you've read my book The Mother of All Parenting Books, you know that I adore one of the tracks on Momnipotent -- the song called "Mommas Have a Secret." (Nancy White -- the singer/songwriter who wrote and performed all the songs on this amazing album gave me permission to reprint an excerpt of the lyrics in the first chapter of my book.) I was thrilled when Nancy agreed. The song talks about how it's impossible to explain motherlove to someone who doesn't have a child, so we tend to brush over the really great stuff -- the stuff that practically defies description anyway. I have purchased and given away tons of copies of this CD over the years because it captures the early years of motherhood so well: the exhaustion, the crazy-making moments, and the hilarious bits, too.

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  • It's true: Moxie's one of the best of the many many MANY mommyblogs out there. Worth checking in as often as the clock allows.

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  • This is a collection of eight half hour audio programs in a 4-CD set. Each CD is packaged with a booklet containing descriptions of the shows and performers, written and illustrated by host and producer Nanci Olesen. You can buy a... This is a collection of eight half hour audio programs in a 4-CD set. Each CD is packaged with a booklet containing descriptions of the shows and performers, written and illustrated by host and producer Nanci Olesen. You can buy a single volume or the whole set. (Naturally, more is better!) I'm one of the women featured on the first CD (the one about pregnancy and newborn shock). Nanci and I talk about the ups and downs of each of the three trimesters.

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  • LiteraryMama provides a unique home to writing that is both "literary" and "mama." As the site's guidelines note, "While plenty of other online literary magazines and journals publish writing like this, none devote themselves excl... LiteraryMama provides a unique home to writing that is both "literary" and "mama." As the site's guidelines note, "While plenty of other online literary magazines and journals publish writing like this, none devote themselves exclusively to writing about motherhood. And while there are other motherhood-centered sites that publish some fantastic writing, they tend to stick to shorter, non-fiction pieces. At Literary Mama, writers explore ideas and emotions that may be outside the usual scope of commercial writing." The result is consistently thought-provoking writing by mother writers that delves below the surface of motherhood. The site publishes fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, literary criticism, book reviews, columns, and profiles about mother writers. Also not to be missed -- Literary Mama's blog, which features Jennifer Lawrence (MUBAR).

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  • Mamazine features smart, funny, and insightful writing on pretty much anything you can think of that related to motherhood. You'll find columns, features, poetry, and a roundup of links to other great mama-sites around the Web.

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  • These books are more than just books to me. They kind of feel like my "babies" because giving birth to each of these babies is truly a labor of love -- with equal emphasis on "labor" and "love." (I just about drive myself and my f... These books are more than just books to me. They kind of feel like my "babies" because giving birth to each of these babies is truly a labor of love -- with equal emphasis on "labor" and "love." (I just about drive myself and my family crazy during each "book pregnancy.") There are American and Canadian editions of these books -- this series page @ Amazon.com only lists the US editions, but a quick search at Amazon.ca will pull up the Canadian editions instead. And this page doesn't list the two new books in the spin-off "The Mother of All Solutions" series: Sleep Solutions for Your Baby, Toddler, and Preschooler and Mealtime Solutions for Your Baby, Toddler, and Preschooler -- I guess because they're in a separate series. The books wouldn't be here at all if it weren't for the hundreds of parents who served on the research panels for the books over the years, providing input on what moms (and dads) really want to know about pregnancy, babies, toddlers, and parenting. I owe them a huge debt of gratitude.

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  • Take a babymoon -- time alone as a new family after your baby arrives. The term "babymoon" was first coined by childbirth educator and author Sheila Kitzinger.

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  • See this tip: "1. Balance the need to stay home so your child can nap against your need to avoid cabin fever. You can quickly develop a case of cabin fever if you feel like you're trapped in the sleep-deprivation zone 24/7." ... See this tip: "1. Balance the need to stay home so your child can nap against your need to avoid cabin fever. You can quickly develop a case of cabin fever if you feel like you're trapped in the sleep-deprivation zone 24/7." While you don't want your child to miss his naps all the time, sometimes getting to your mom's group one afternoon a week is such an important pick-me-up for you that you're willing to deal with any temporary fallout from your child's disrupted nap schedule. (Sometimes we get into really black-and-white thinking -- and a lot of guilt -- when it comes to kids and sleep. We talk about babies being "good" and "bad" sleepers -- and we beat ourselves up because we didn't follow a particular sleep program to a -- but rather trust our mother instincts instead. What's wrong with this picture?)

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  • See this part of the article: "Don't forget about mothering the new mother -- a tried-and-true tradition in many cultures. If mother-adrenaline has your friend spinning like a top, try to convince her to take a warm bath and catch... See this part of the article: "Don't forget about mothering the new mother -- a tried-and-true tradition in many cultures. If mother-adrenaline has your friend spinning like a top, try to convince her to take a warm bath and catch up on her sleep. She needs to conserve her energy. Motherhood is a marathon, not a sprint event." My comment: Sometimes people forget all about the new mother in all the excitement about the new baby. A new mom needs practical and emotional support during this exciting but overwhelming time in her life.

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