Your Right to Know the Facts Before Your Baby Is Aborted, abortion ...
Online brochure containing facts about fetal development, abortion, and easy
adoptions for birth-mothers. Also available in eBooks Microsoft Reader format.

  • Arms, legs, eyes and ears have begun to show

  • Instead of flushing your baby down the four-inch pipe, you will be surrendering him/her to two pairs of loving arms

    bitter pill: all that jive talkin', just gets in your eye
    Sharing black and white pictures of everyday life as well as information on technology.

  • I held her last night, her butt on my chest and my hands under her arms, while I spun slowly around the room

    A Review of Baby Carriers, The Liedloff Continuum Network
    Discusses how to evaluate a baby carrier, which types work for which purposes,
    with advantages and disadvantages of each type.

  • COMMENTS: Although I didn't find the OTSBH comfortable enough for the all day wearing of the in-arms phase, once my daughter became mobile (around 6 month) it became my carrier of choice

  • COMMENTS: When Megan was a month old I got the New Native Baby Carrier, which is my favorite for the in-arms phase because of its comfort

  • When Megan falls asleep in my arms in a stretched-out position, it is easy to wrap the rebozo around her and fasten her to me, instead of putting her in one of the other carriers

  • I've also used it to fasten her to me when she wants to be on my lap but can't sit up yet, and I'm using my hands (e.g., when working at the computer.) The fabric goes around both our waists, leaving her arms and legs free to wave around

  • It is more comfortable that the two-ring style, but not as comfortable as the New Native for all-day carrying during the in-arms phase

  • While I am not particularly fond of it, other Network members have said they love it and wore their babies throughout the in-arms phase in it

    A Star Is Born (1954)
    Offers a plot summary, cast list, and user review.

  • Oleander Arms landlady (reconstructed version) Runtime: Germany:169 min (DVD) / 181 min (premiere version) / USA:154 min / USA:176 min (restored version) Country: Language: Color: (Technicolor) Sound Mix: (RCA Sound System) (magnetic prints) / (optical prints) Certification: / (PCA #16751, General Audience) / (re-rating) (1983) / / (re-release) / / Trivia: Early tests were made using WarnerScope (Warner's own wide screen format) and WarnerColor


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    Christian's Shaken Baby Site
    He was shaken by his father, resulting in severe disabilities. A poster of him
    in the ICU was widely distributed to raise SBS awareness.

    petite anglaise - lost, in france
    Diary of an English thirty-something in Paris.

  • The alarms bells first started ringing when the delivery men seemed to be struggling to even carry the boxes

    Facts about this condition, including the three basic types, causes, other
    conditions and what the future is like for sufferers.

  • Diplegia - both legs are affected significantly more than the arms

  • Quadriplegia - Both arms and legs are affected

    * * * * * Joshuas Boxes - AboutUs - Joshuas Boxes * * * * *
    A charity dedicated to helping gather memories of a lost baby.

  • These two combined conditions meant that he would not survive surgery, so his treatments were withdrawn and he died in our arms and with his family around him aged four days

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    Devotional: Sweet little baby Jesus
    Evangelical devotional thoughts by Howard Culbertson growing out of reflections
    on Psalm 22, 23 and 24.

  • Would you also join me in a special that soon Elena will come to know this Jesus as her Savior, Shepherd, and King, as she puts her broken life back together? These devotional thoughts by Howard Culbertson appeared in the December 21, 1980 edition of Standard 'Leaning on the everlasting arms' Words of a classic gospel song inspire some devotional thoughts [ ] SNU missions course materials and syllabi Go to: | Howard Culbertson, Southern Nazarene University, 6729 NW 39th, Bethany, OK 73008 | Phone: 405-491-6693 - Fax: 405-491-6658 Copyright © 2000, 2001 - Last Updated: March 19, 2006 | URL: You have permission to reprint what you just read

    Cerebral Palsy
    Provides information about types, causes, therapy and growing up with CP. From the
    University of Virginia Health Sciences Center, Children's Medical Center.

  • Children with athetoid CP have trouble holding themselves in an upright, steady position for sitting or walking, and often show lots of movements of their face, arms and upper body that they don't mean to make (random, involuntary movements)

  • Quadriplegia When a child shows CP in all four of their limbs--both arms and both legs, it is called quadriplegia

  • Usually kids with quadriplegia have trouble moving all the parts of their bodies, their face and trunk as well as their arms and legs, and may need a wheelchair to get around

  • Diplegia Some children have CP just in their legs or much more severe in their legs than in their arms

  • Because their upper bodies are usually not affected they have good ability to hold themselves upright and good use of their arms and hands

  • You may wonder whether anyone ever has CP in their arms but not their legs

  • Talking and Eating Just as CP can affect the way a person moves their arms and legs, it can also affect the way they move their mouth, face and head

  • There are also computers that are used as communication aids that actually talk for the person! Occupational Therapy Occupational therapists usually work with children on better ways to use their arms, hands, and upper body

    Blogging Baby
    Weblog offering parenting tips and information about baby products.

    Diagnosis Down Syndrome
    Personal, loving stories from parents on adoption of a Down Syndrome baby.
    Also stories from those that found out during the pregnancy, and those that had a ...

  • Educate yourself, and prepare for that newest little angel to land in your arms

  • There is so much love and support out there for our children, that you've only to tap into these and be met with open arms


    The Afterlife Is Where We Come From: The Culture of Infancy in ...
    Excerpt from Alma Gottlieb's anthropology book on the culture of infancy among
    the Beng people of Cote d'Ivoire.

  • I'd feel at ease in our bedroom and could assume any delivery position I found comfortable—maybe lean back into the comforting arms of a birthing companion as I'd seen my laboring Beng friend Amenan do

    Jeannine Parvati Baker - Hands that heal birth
    Information about Jeannine Parvati Baker, a Shamanic midwife.

  • I watched them land on my hands, and when they walked from my hands, now tingling with energy, up my arms, to my heart, I was filled with radiant light

    Our Baby Book
    Dedications to babies lost to abortion.

  • I will never see your angelic face or hold you in my arms and kiss your sweet cheeks

  • I know you are in heaven in a safe place, and I have comfort knowing that someday I will see you and finally get to hold you in my arms forever

  • Love, Mommy and Daddy My Mary It has now been five years since I made the decision to to never hold you in my arms

  • I just want you to know thatĀ even though I never saw you, I never felt you, I never held you in my arms, you are still a part of me, and I will never forget you

  • The day that I went to the hospital I not only lost you but I lost a part of my heart and my life at the same time.My precious Ashtin your mom is not a real big religious person, but I do believe that your in God's arms right now, and I promise you we will be together again someday

  • When I saw you a few years ago, I was too afraid to hold you in my arms, now that I understand that that's all you wanted, I'm sorry

    Elrics home page
    Elric was born with a rare chromosome disorder called Trisomy 13 (or Patau's
    syndrome) and died after 13 days. This page tells Elric's story and gives ...

  • I must have scared the other becoming mothers in the hall with my screams, but thanks to the laughing gas I calmed down a little bit, and after an hour in the delivery room Elric was born! I remember his screams as a little bit different than I expected, he sounded so small! And before I got to hold him in my arms for the first time, the midwife told me that he had a cleft lip-jaw-palate

  • By then it didn't worry me much, because I was so happy to finally be able to hold my little baby in my arms! The hospital A doctor came to see us in the delivery room about an hour after Elric had been born

  • We spent most of our time at the hospital, holding him in our arms, feeding him (with a tube) and caring for him the best we could

  • I took Elric in my arms, wrapt up in the blanket he had got from us on Christmas, and then we sat together waiting for the moment when his heart would stop as well

  • We sat with him in our arms, tried to memorize what he looked like and how it felt to caress his cheeks

    This Is A War - AUTHORS
    Detailed biographical material on renowned psychiatrist and author, Alice Miller.

  • Unless a child receives the warm arms of a person who will console him and tell him with his arms that the shock of birth is over, this child will wait his whole life expecting a repetition of this shock

  • Very often the child comes into life after a struggle, and we don't realize that he needs consolation and the arms of a mother

    Bayou Spirit Welcomes You!
    Pictures and stories of a Southern Louisiana family with four sons.

    Michaela Hope Bucher
    Lost to anencephaly February 18, 1999. Michaela's story, photos, and poems.

  • After a few hours, I fell asleep with her in my arms only to awake an hour or so later to Michaela's cries

  • It must have been just what she was waiting for, because at ten minutes after twelve, she died in her daddy's arms

  • Our little fighter was free...she was whole again in Jesus' arms

  • She is safe in the arms of Jesus and being loved by those who greeted her in Heaven

    Chants and Taunts, Clapping Games, Jump Rope Rhymes
    Collection of American children's folk rhymes for taunting, playing patty-cake,
    and skipping rope.

  • As you're doing it, your feet are moving out, so you're getting closer to the ground.) [Thanks to Ciara A.] In a cabin by the woods (draw a square in the air with your fingers) A little old man by the window stood (make circles, like binoculars, with your hands and put up to your eyes) Saw a rabbit hopping by (two fingers in the air, like a V, moving your hand up and down) Knocking at his door (knocking motion with one fist) 'Help me! Help me! Help!' he cried (fling hands in the air three times) For the hunter shoot me down (thumb up, index finger pointing like a gun with both hands and move up and down) Little rabbit come inside (move one hand in a circlular motion towards yourself as if you're beckoning someone to come to you) Safely you may hide (rock your arms like you're rocking a baby) (The fun thing about his song is that you keep repeating it, but at each line, you just hum the tune and do the hand motions

  • [Thanks to Michelle Duncan] Down down baby Down by the rollercoaster Sweet sweet baby I'll never let you go Kissed my boyfriend Naughty naughty Won't do the dishes Lazy lazy Stole a piece of candy Greedy greedy Jumped off a building Crazy crazy Two chinese men sittin' on a bench Trying to make a dollar outta eighty five cents Twist twist Twist like this This is how me and my boyfriend kiss When you 'twist' you grab the other person's hands and cross them and uncross them and when you are done with the rhyme whoever's arms are crossed they kiss their boyfriends and whoever's arms aren't crossed, you don't kiss

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