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Baby Vomiting Teething





baby vomiting teething






    vomiting
  • Eject matter from the stomach through the mouth

  • Emit (something) in an uncontrolled stream or flow

  • vomit: the reflex act of ejecting the contents of the stomach through the mouth

  • (vomit) emetic: a medicine that induces nausea and vomiting

  • (vomit) the matter ejected in vomiting





    teething
  • the eruption through the gums of baby teeth

  • (teethe) grow teeth; cut the baby teeth; "The little one is teething now"

  • Teething is the process by which an infant's teeth sequentially appear by breaking through the gums. Teething may start as early as three months or as late, in some cases, as twelve months. The typical time frame for new teeth to appear is somewhere between six and nine months.

  • The process of growing one's teeth, esp. milk teeth





    baby
  • a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk; "the baby began to cry again"; "she held the baby in her arms"; "it sounds simple, but when you have your own baby it is all so different"

  • The youngest member of a family or group

  • pamper: treat with excessive indulgence; "grandparents often pamper the children"; "Let's not mollycoddle our students!"

  • A very young child, esp. one newly or recently born

  • A young or newly born animal

  • the youngest member of a group (not necessarily young); "the baby of the family"; "the baby of the Supreme Court"











10/25/06 lake owasco, ny. 1st family vacation!




10/25/06 lake owasco, ny. 1st  family vacation!





josie, our pleasant easy going baby was teething when we left for new york. the trip was eight hours long and poor josie fussed and cried, and didn't nap for even one second. like a dope, i tried to make her feel better with sippy cups of yogurt (which she loves) and baby motrin. about six hours into the trip she vomited more liquid then i have ever seen come out of a child in my life. until that day she had spit up maybe once, and had never had more than the sniffles.

so, there we were on the side of the road, stripping down the baby in the freezing rain, mopping up puke the best that we could. parenthood is awesome!

once we got to the lakehouse we had to take apart the whole carseat. luckily, the house had a washing machine, so the cloth parts all went into the washer and the rest of seat went into the tub for a good scrubbing. i didn't see tim hang the styrofoam parts up out of the way.

tim defended scaring the holy heck out of me by saying with a very genuine face that he thought they looked like angel wings hanging there. am i the only one who sees a scary demon face in a creaky old lake house that has a clunky heater? wouldn't you scream if you walked around the corner and saw this after a very long day?











vomit comet




vomit comet





Vomit Comet is a nickname for any fixed-wing aircraft that briefly provides a nearly weightless environment in which to train astronauts, conduct research, and film motion pictures. Versions of such airplanes have in the past been operated by NASA Reduced Gravity Research Program, where the unofficial nickname originated. NASA has adopted the official nickname Weightless Wonder for publication. A KC-135A known as NASA 930, was also used by Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment for filming scenes involving weightlessness in the movie Apollo 13; that aircraft was retired in 2000 and is now on display at Ellington Field, near the Johnson Space Center. It is estimated to have flown over 58,000 parabolas. ~ wikipedia
(this be that plane)









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INTRODUCING FOOD BABY : INTRODUCING FOOD


INTRODUCING FOOD BABY : SAFEST BABY WALKERS.



Introducing Food Baby





introducing food baby






    introducing
  • insert: introduce; "Insert your ticket here"

  • Bring a subject to the attention of (someone) for the first time

  • Present (a new piece of legislation) for debate in a legislative assembly

  • (introduce) bring something new to an environment; "A new word processor was introduced"

  • (introduce) cause to come to know personally; "permit me to acquaint you with my son"; "introduce the new neighbors to the community"

  • Bring (something, esp. a product, measure, or concept) into use or operation for the first time





    food baby
  • The term coined by my sketchy friend Krentzy to describe a bloated tummy experienced after consuming too much food.  When I eat too many carbs, my food baby is typically 3 months.











introducing food baby - Food Adventures:




Food Adventures: Introducing Your Child to Flavors from Around the World


Food Adventures: Introducing Your Child to Flavors from Around the World



In 100 recipes from all over the world, this book takes us from first spoonfuls to first schooldays, exploring and adapting dishes that children are encouraged to try as soon as they're old enough to sit up and take notice. Elisabeth and Frances also come up with ideas to keep children interested, transforming mealtime from that old familiar battlefield into a playground where everyone can join the fun. Baby food is, after all, not just for the early years-it's the first step towards a lifetime of enjoyable food.










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Introducing... KOKOSANKA! :)




Introducing... KOKOSANKA! :)





My NEW GIRL.
Finally!

I've known her almost all her life.

I saw her as a tiny pink newborn baby, in the pet shop, for just a few moments. Then I didn't see her for weeks, cos the babies were obsessively guarded by their supermom.
After almost a month of waiting, I could finally take her home.

So, here she is. (she's a bit bigger now than in these pictures)
Her fur colour / pattern remind me of Mocca's (or Julia's Tofu), that is: beige & white.
Her fur is smooth, not furry.
Kokosanka has a big freckle on her left ear.
She's not as beautiful as Chmurka & Buleczka... I'm aware of that, all right?
She's not even photogenic!
Oh dear...

BUT, she has a great, girly personality.
She's younger than Juniorek but ten times smarter.
Grumpy, bossy, very self-confident, odd, loves food, and totally UNAFRAID of anything and anyone.
She's only scared of Balbinka!

Ok, that's all for now - say hello to Kokosanka? :)
(I hope you'll like her)











Care Bears




Care Bears





I took a few mins to get the pictures while looking like I was moving things to the truck and cycling it to make room. Cindy (she finally introduced herself) came back outside and offered me a drink. I thanked her and took a sip. She began to wax sentimental about each item as I placed it in the truck. (I think I know where her daughters got it but it did make for a good back story) The blue bear looks sad I think he knows what is coming.









introducing food baby








introducing food baby




What Do I Feed My Baby? A step-by-step guide to starting solids






Starting solids like so many decisions in parenting can be a minefield, especially when advice can be contradictory. What Do I Feed My Baby is a step-by-step guide on how to introduce solids, with day-by-day ideas which then progress to meal plans.

Written by mother of two and leading childhood nutritionist, Leanne Cooper, this book is an absolute must for parents and carers with infants. Leanne is nutrition advisor to a number of parenting organisations including Huggies, Organic Bubs, Care for Kids, The Australian Baby Guide, OHbaby New Zealand and Parents Centre (NZ).

Now you can have a nutritionist in your home guiding you through: when to start and which meal; what foods to start with; how much to give baby; when to progress onto more meals; and, how to introduce foods to reduce reactions and fussy eating.

Leanne Cooper, BA (Psych/Ed); Dip. Nut.; Grad Cert Higher Ed.; Grad Cert Nut., has worked in education and health for over twenty years. Her nutritional advice and support features on the Huggies websites worldwide as well as on a number of expert panels. She also consults to a large number of health organisations and child-care centres. She believes that ‘getting nutrition right’ early on in life is the cornerstone to community health. Leanne lives on the beautiful northern beaches of Sydney, Australia, with her husband and their two young sons.

Starting solids like so many decisions in parenting can be a minefield, especially when advice can be contradictory. What Do I Feed My Baby is a step-by-step guide on how to introduce solids, with day-by-day ideas which then progress to meal plans.

Written by mother of two and leading childhood nutritionist, Leanne Cooper, this book is an absolute must for parents and carers with infants. Leanne is nutrition advisor to a number of parenting organisations including Huggies, Organic Bubs, Care for Kids, The Australian Baby Guide, OHbaby New Zealand and Parents Centre (NZ).

Now you can have a nutritionist in your home guiding you through: when to start and which meal; what foods to start with; how much to give baby; when to progress onto more meals; and, how to introduce foods to reduce reactions and fussy eating.

Leanne Cooper, BA (Psych/Ed); Dip. Nut.; Grad Cert Higher Ed.; Grad Cert Nut., has worked in education and health for over twenty years. Her nutritional advice and support features on the Huggies websites worldwide as well as on a number of expert panels. She also consults to a large number of health organisations and child-care centres. She believes that ‘getting nutrition right’ early on in life is the cornerstone to community health. Leanne lives on the beautiful northern beaches of Sydney, Australia, with her husband and their two young sons.










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