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8 Exercises You Can Do During Pregnancy to Have a Less Painful Delivery

Doctors say that delivering a baby is like running a marathon — it takes a lot of effort, preparation, and exercise if you want to have a relatively easy pregnancy and a normal delivery. However, it’s really important to talk to your doctor beforehand and to listen to your body’s needs. For all moms-to-be, Bright Side put together some exercises that will help you tone your body to get it ready for …

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10 Baby Care Skills Every New Parent Should Master

As much as a newborn brings joy, it brings an equal amount of responsibility as well. New parents usually go through a bumpy ride when taking care of a baby, which involves issues like lack of sleep, soothing the baby, and feeding. Be ready for drastic changes in your lifestyle and remember that the first giggle of your little one makes the struggles you go through worth it. We did some research which …

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The heartwarming moment of a deaf baby hears her mother’s voice for the first time.

The mother’s voice is often among the first sounds a baby hears. But for infants with hearing loss, that precious moment is usually delayed.

When Christy and Daniel Keane realized their newborn daughter, Charlotte, was not responding to vocal cues and noises, they brought her to the doctor and discovered the baby was suffering from hearing loss. They decided to get hearing aids for 2-month-old Charlotte. As a result, Christy got to watch (and record) her daughter’s amazing reaction as she heard mom say, “I love you” for the very first time.

Christy decided to share a video of this touching moment on Facebook, and fair warning—you might want to grab some tissues. Take a look at the priceless footage below:

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Well it appears this little sweetheart has stolen hearts and attracted some new followers around here with her viral video so I figured I would introduce our #darlingcharly and give a little background on her hearing loss. Charlotte was born completely deaf (bilateral profound congenital hearing loss). We don’t know why or have any answers beyond that at this time. Neither my husband nor myself have a history of hearing loss in our families and nothing really prepared us for this news (shocking news, but not at all sad news). This sweet baby is beautiful and healthy and so capable of achieving everything she wants in life and we will make sure that happens! She got her hearing aids last week and we were prepared for ZERO response- so imagine our surprise and delight when she gave us such heartfelt emotion. She is amazing! We are exploring American Sign Language and plan to pursue cochlear implants when she is old enough! We are so lucky to have such an amazing support system who will make this girl feel nothing less than loved, worthy, and completely normal! #hearingloss #deaf #hearingaids #asl #cochlearimplants #charlyshearingjourney

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What To Do With Baby ? A Guide to Developmentally Appropriate Play

Ever wonder what sort of activities to do with your infant? Do you know What is developmentally appropriate activities? Developmentally appropriate practice (DAP) is an approach to teaching grounded in the research on how young children develop and learn and in what is known about effective early education. Its framework is designed to promote young …