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Cloud b Sleep Sheep

Cloud b Sleep Sheep has four soothing sounds from nature to lull your baby to sleep: Mother's Heartbeat, Spring Showers, Ocean Surf, and Whale Songs. Comes with adjustable volume, on/off controls and a Velcro tab that secures it to the oustside of a crib.

Everything You Need to Know As the Parent of a Light Sleeper

A quiet room may prevent your baby from sleeping peacefully at night! During the nine months spent in the womb, babies are constantly surrounded by different sounds. These include the mothers’ heartbeats as well as the sound of blood and other bodily fluids flowing through the body. After birth however, they are exposed to an entirely differen ...read more

Read your Baby’s Reflexes

When babies are born, they exhibit certain reflexes. These reflexes are used by a pediatrician to tell if your baby’s central nervous system is functioning properly. Check your baby for the following reflexes: Moro: This is also known as the ‘startle reflex.’ Babies demonstrate this response by throwing out their arms to the side, and t ...read more

Your Baby can Stand

Your baby is twenty weeks old. And he's just started to discover what his legs are for! Don’t be surprised to see him hoist himself up and stand while holding on to your hands or some piece of furniture. It will still be time before he is actually able to walk or run though; till then he will continue to excerice his legs as best as he can.

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