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Dos and Donts with Babies



Here’s a handy collection of infographics to help new parents with caring for their baby. Link -via J-Walk Blog

Update 1/24/08 by Alex - It's from the book Safe Baby Handling Tips by David and Kelly Sopp | Their website - Thanks Christopher!

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That's hilarious stuff. I shared that around and my internet sources tell me that link is basically a wholesale theft of this book:

http://www.wrybaby.com/detail.aspx?ID=61

Just thought you should know. Spread the word and ask people to support the author.
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And the teething one. When you think about it, teething isn't best done on a lovely smooth soft teething ring. The kid's trying to tear a hole in its flesh to allow the teeth to come through - both ours used old spare-rib bones. Sharp at one end, rough at the other and still mildly tasty.
Perfect.
Just wish they hadn't shared them with the cat.
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My little one shares (toys, food, everything) with the dog. She just hangs on to the cat's tail and goes floor skiing...eh...
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When the kid goes from milk to solid food, the hose isn't just a good idea, it's pretty much necessary (along with gas mask, elbow length rubber gloves, strong stomach, etc).
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When weight lifting with a baby, as a parent you must make sure the baby has a wide grip, the baby doesn't understand this... such a bad parent and spotter.
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I'm the author and illustrator of the book this was lifted from (Safe Baby Handling Tips). Thanks to Christopher and Alex for giving credit for it. And thanks to everyone for the kudos. We have some of these on shirts at our site, wrybaby.com.
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