Posts Tagged ‘INFANT’

Go, Baby, Go!™ Crawl & Cruise Musical Jungle™

www.fisher-price.com It’s a jungle full of active fun—sure to generate squeals of delight while encouraging baby’s developing physical skills. A silly monkey, spinning hippo, and big-eared elephant invite baby to put, take, drop and roll six colorful balls. Sitting, crawling, standing or cruising, there’s plenty of musical, light-up, sing-along fun and lots of busy activities to explore!


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Feeding Babies is Way Gross

If you think changing dirty diapers is gross you have forgotten about the adventure that is feeding your kid. This innocent and often overlooked activity ranked number one in an internal double blind study at Dadlabs for grossest child activity in a nonfiction film. While critics may disagree, citing various dangers of diaper grossness, we must never forget such classic disgusting moments as baby puke on the chine, drooling rice pudding and broccoli in the nostril. This week Dadlabs gives you a play by play on the gross food moments… in case you forgot.s video is brought to you by Boon.

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Sunny the Cat Cartoon – Helen Doron Baby’s Best Start

See Sunny the Cat! Babies love Babys Best Start – parent-child bonding and English through songs, stories, games and physical activities.

Focal Seizure in Newborn Baby

This is an example of a focal seizure in a 2-day-old infant. Notice that it affects only the left side of the body, and that the baby experiences no discoloration, loss of consciousness or apparent discomfort. We video taped it to show the ER doctors so that they would know she wasn’t just having normal baby neurological weirdness. This particular seizure lasted about 2 minutes. This is one of three she had that day and is mild in comparison the the third one that we did not catch one tape. She has not had any definitive seizures since, but has had some “suspicious” activity. See comments for updates on her condition. For those unfamiliar with seizures, you cannot stop them, you can only gently hold the person suffering the convulsion and take care that they do not hurt themselves. We hope this video will help others know what this type of seizure looks like. Our local children’s hospital uses it to train their staff. To see how Violet is doing at 6 months, see our other video. She is doing great! Update: At 10 months old (January of 2008), Violet is doing very well. She has had no other seizures since the ones she had her first few days of life. She is coming off of her medication. Most likely she will never have another seizure. Developmentally she is right on track and even getting ready to walk a little early! Update: At a year and a half (October of 2008) Violet is indeed walking, talking, singing, dancing, jumping and making her older sibling generally crazy. She is

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Baby Sign with Gabi – Helen Doron Baby’s Best Start

Gorgeous Gabi Baby Sign’s her way into your heart! Babies love Babys Best Start – parent-child bonding and English through songs, stories, games and physical activities.

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The Waving Song – Helen Doron Baby’s Best Start

Wonderful waving song with Lovely Ella, babies, Froggy, Doggie and Kangi too. Babys Best Start – parent-child bonding and English through songs, stories, games and physical activities.

What Babies Can Do: An Activity-Based Guide to Infant Development – DVD Preview from powerbabies.com

This movie is a preview of a DVD called “What Babies Can Do: An Activity-Based Guide to Infant Development,” available at www.powerbabies.com. It described the movie and presents a sample activity, “Catching.” Can your infant see colors? Recognize objects? Remember things? Researchers have developed many techniques for monitoring infants’ physical and mental development. Many of these methods can be easily adapted to a home setting. This movie is a preview of a DVD that shows you how to explore what your infant does and doesn’t know about the surrounding world at different ages. For more information visit http

Development of Infant Visual Tracking. Activity 1 from What Babies Can Do” DVD

This movie is a selection from the DVD What Babies Can Do: An Activity-Based Guide to Infant Development. The clip shows the first of eight activities. You will see how to test and track the development of a newborn babys ability to follow things with his or her eyes. As with all of the activities in the What Babies Can Do DVD, step-by-step instructions are shown, along with videos of what to expect from infants of different ages. Please note that the video and audio quality are much higher on the DVD itself than in this online video clip. For more information, contact us at vishton@powerbabies.com or visit our website www.PowerBabies.com.

Combi 3 in 1 Walker

The Combi 3-in-1 Activity Walker can be used as a stationary entertainer, baby walker, or converts easily to a toddler push walker. Colorful automotive theme for playful, stimulating experience. Retractable seat for walking function; Removable hood for access to snack and play tray; Adjustable footrest for multiple play modes; Lights and Sound in footrest for interactive foot play; Steering wheel turns and features lights and sound; Anti-skid pads on bottom for child’s safety; Handles to aid walking child; Play mirror for child’s enjoyment; Lockable bounce feature; Easy to clean fabric seating surface. We recommened that this product be used only with children who can sit upright unassisted.

Organic Cotton Busy Block – 15812

Babies will love all the textures and sounds of this squeezably soft activity block, made of safe organic cotton. Buy: www.chinaberry.com

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