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How to start my own nursing agency business|Nursing registry|Staffing agency!|Startanursingagency by [email protected]
Starting a successful nursing agency does not happen by accident. Most countries hospitals are in a serious crisis, from large numbers of uninsured patients to spiraling costs, from outlandishly expensive prescription drugs to a severe and dangerous shortage of nurses, a shortage that can best be...
June 10th 06 09:13 AM
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New here with a question? by mama25
I was wondering if anyone here knows if it is okay to tan in a tanning bed while breastfeeding?
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June 10th 06 05:55 AM
by Mum of Two Go to last post
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Ready to eat? by stasya
I know there are people and institutions say that you should breastfeed exclusively until 6 months, but what do you do when an exactly 5 month old baby grabs your hand, and stuffs your toast (with cheez whiz) into her mouth? Do you feed when they seem ready to eat? You would think so. Around here...
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June 10th 06 05:29 AM
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misc.kids old timers (crossposted) by UpMama
I lurked here and posted occasionally beginning in 1999 and also frequented some other AP email lists. I am trying to figure out if there are archives for some of the AP lists from that time (1998 - 2003). More specifically, I would love to know about the development of the babywearing and sling...
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June 9th 06 09:28 PM
by UpMama Go to last post
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Co-sleeping and BF by [email protected]
I have a logistical question... How do you swap sides? Do you just nurse off one side all night long? TIA, maureen
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June 8th 06 08:45 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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effect of overheating baby? by Liz
It was a bit cold here last night so I turned on the heater (gas, radiant). DD Louka (14 weeks) was sitting on my lap at dinner, then fell asleep on my lap. When I picked her up to put her in her cot, I noticed her face felt pretty hot. I hadn't noticed anything wrong before that (I didn't feel...
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June 8th 06 08:28 AM
by Chookie Go to last post
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Heard a neat song today by laurie
I heard a great song today by Marc Cohn called "Healing Hands", and there is one line that I just thought was so perfect- he says "I touch your skin and it is smooth as silk, just like a baby drunk on momma's milk". After that, I kept thinking about how perfectly that describes the connection...
June 8th 06 02:50 AM
by Leslie Go to last post
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kindergarten worksheet, mini-rant by dkhedmo
Ds1, age 6, comes home with a kindy worksheet about "Mammal Babies". They had to cut out the pictures of baby deer, bear, kangaroo and human and glue them next to the picture of the appropriate mother. Picture with human baby had a bottle lying next to it, picture with human mother was carrying a...
June 6th 06 05:57 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Uneasy in large groups by Jenny
DD Ilona now 9 and a half months, still BF is a bit uneasy when we are in gatherings with a large group. We baptized her last week and we had a large reception afterwards. I had to leave and go home becuase she was not comfortable around so many people. There have been two other occations since...
June 6th 06 01:24 PM
by Engram Go to last post
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Recommend an OB/midwife in Boston, MA or north? by Pologirl
I am 23 weeks pregnant and searching for a new OB or midwife in the Boston Mass area, or north of there. My baby has a problem, possibly a neural tube defect or a sacrococcygeal teratoma. Diagnosis still is not certain. For either diagnosis, the default standard of care is a scheduled C-section...
June 6th 06 12:58 PM
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Breastfeeding at workplace by rukhsana
i'm interested to know the experience of breastfeeding at the workplace. How was the attitude of other staff members, employer? hope to hear from working mothers
June 5th 06 10:11 AM
by Mum of Two Go to last post
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how do you find good childcare? by oregonchick
I'm freaking out - I need to find childcare for Emily starting in September. I'm going back to work (that is, if I can find childcare I feel comfortable with and can afford), and over the summer I have a dear friend who will watch her. But come fall, I don't have anyone. I don't knwo where...
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June 4th 06 11:27 PM
by LaTreen Washington Go to last post
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pg question by lucy-h
Hi all I haven't posted for a while, as I still have no one to feed as yet :) My milk came in when I was 6 months pg... since then i have either hand expressed or used a pump when I have had lots. However, in the last 24 hours, my supply has gone nuts.I am up at 1.30 am as I have so much milk,...
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June 3rd 06 12:21 AM
by ipinchibite Go to last post
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Live Journal - Press Releases by Xavier
The press release is going out as we speak. Please feel free to forward it on to any media contacts that you may have, friends, family, playgroups, anyone who is a supporter of breastfeeding. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 31,2006
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June 2nd 06 09:47 PM
by Sarah Vaughan Go to last post
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DC-area Marketing Study for Women 25-34 - pays $50 by [email protected]
Marketing agency conducting confidential interviews with Women age 25-34, with at least one child (or that are pregnant) that are also interested in more convenient forms of birth control. The study will be conducted at RTCRM, Inc., headquarters in Washington, D.C. the week of June 5th. In a...
June 2nd 06 08:30 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Piccies by Notchalk
Here are some photos taken today. We had Will's first birthday party on the weekend and he got this little 3 wheel motorbike - he loves it and makes "voom voom" sounds and everything :) We had our mother's group group birthday party today... save everybody feeling like they have to go to each...
June 2nd 06 02:04 PM
by Notchalk Go to last post
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Crying at a daycare by New Mommy
Our 15 month kid just started at daycare. She is screaming when we leave her and also off and on during the few hours she stays(we haves tarted with few hours a day). We hear that this is the way(crying) toddlers adjust to a new environment because of separation anxiety but this is very difficult...
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June 2nd 06 07:43 AM
by Arte Go to last post
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this can't be true... by ipinchibite
I just thought I would spread this little bit of information, but I'm not sure if I believe it or not... My husband was watching the news the other morning while we were getting ready for work. They usually have a topic for preg mom's and expecting daddy's, mostly about dieting, and nutrition,...
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June 1st 06 11:31 PM
by ipinchibite Go to last post
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check it out by [email protected]
you have questions we have the answers. www.mybabymypregnancy.com
June 1st 06 01:13 PM
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Why mothers have to bottle feed/formula feed their babies by rukhsana
Dear Mothers, Breastmilk is the best gift a mother can give to her baby. its nutritional, emotional, economical and peaceful benefits are known to all, however more and more mothers are switching to infant formulas. Can mothers share why they opt for total or partial formula feeding?????????
June 1st 06 07:17 AM
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