12 baby names inspired by the holidays

Searching for the perfect baby name? Let the magic and wonder of the holidays inspire you. We’ve collected 12 options - six names for each gender - that promise to invoke the happiness of the holidays each time you call out to your little one.Boys Clement: Name your little boy after Clement Moore, the author of Twas the Night Before Christmas, and you may not only have a Christmas-lover in your home - but a budding writer as well.George: The lead character in the Christmas classic, …

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Baby naming tool tells you popularity of names over time

Baby Name Fun Facts at Your FingertipsChoosing a baby name is a big, exciting decision. Will it be James or Jaroslav? Elizabeth or Electra? Or any of the thousands of options in between? Here to help you make your decision is Vintagereprints.net, a cool — and oddly addictive — website. It shows you the popularity of any baby name, at any given moment in history.The site gives you need-to-know info in just a few seconds. Just type in the name you’re considering and …

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Wife Love your Baby More Than You?

There's a horrible dark side to having a baby. It's supposed to be a wonderful experience of joy and love, but for far too many men it marks the end of their loving relationship with their wives. New moms are appropriately wired to become obsessed with their babies, but if we just stand back in our experience of being replaced, things can become miserable. Fortunately, there is an easy fix. There are concrete steps that you can do that can lead to actually knowing more love than you've ever …

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Your room-by-room guide to organizing for baby’s arrival

When I brought my son home from the hospital, I couldn’t wait to spend time with him in his beautiful new nursery. Eventually I learned there was one major problem with my plan. It seemed as though everything I needed was in some other part of the house. I spent so much time looking for feeding journals, snacks, and ointments that I was often too tired to enjoy my baby.“After giving birth, moms are going to be in deep recovery: low on energy and sleep-deprived. Having the entire house …

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Circumcision: Is it the right decision?

Making The Cut. One dad decides whether to circumcise his newborn sonDoctor or midwife?  Natural or epidural?  The decisions that confronted my pregnant wife were overwhelming.  Still, she attacked them with aplomb, stacking baby books precariously on the nightstand and, in a stunning 14-question performance, cementing herself as the Lisa Simpson of the birthing class on the very first night.And where was I during all this?  I guess you could say I coached from the sidelines.Sure, I …

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The single mom’s guide to raising a baby

They say it takes a village to raise a child. This rings especially true for single moms. Here’s how to find the support you need to thrive in your vital new role:Unlike women getting ready to welcome home baby with a partner, single moms rely on extensive networks of friends and family to get ready for their new arrivals. And now that my daughter is 5, I realize there was a lot I could have done to prepare for single motherhood. Although most new single moms will feel alone at some …

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Baby names experts share specific advice

After I saw the first ultrasound of my son taken when he was the size of a small dot at 10 weeks, my husband and I began affectionately referring to him as “Peanut.” Although we never actually planned to name him after a groundnut, we didn’t realize we were actually trendsetters. It wasn’t until this past July—when General Hospital actor Ingo Rademacher christened his firstborn son Peanut Rademacher—that we realized we’d inadvertently chosen a hip moniker.“We depend on …

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Cloth diapers or disposables? Here’s how to choose

If green is the new black, baby diapers are anything but stylish. It turns out that all diapering choices — cloth, disposable, and hybrid — come with potential problems for Mother Earth. Because no method is absolutely environ- mentally friendly, the quandary persists: Wash or toss?Unfortunately, science hasn’t yet settled the debate. Until recently, studies on the environmental impact of diapers were funded by either the disposable or cloth-diaper industries. The …

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20 baby names inspired by classic literature

 We love this article from Baby Gizmo on baby names from classic literature. Tell us the world doesn't need more Scarletts, Scouts, and Hucks!Here are a few. Click to the see the full list from our friends at Baby Gizmo.Alcott – From the author of Little Women, Louisa May Alcott Scout (or Atticus) – From one of the main characters in To Kill a Mockingbird Holden – From Catcher In the Rye Scarlett (Rhett) – From Gone With the Wind Ophelia – From Hamlet Matilda …

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Your new baby cold weather checklist

Checklist Cold Weather GearThe right items are lifesavers when you’re outdoors in winter with baby in tow. Here’s advice from Ali Wing, founder of baby boutique Giggle, New York City resident, and author of the new Giggle Guide to Baby Gear. Wing’s top cold weather must-have might surprise you: “One of the most forgotten items is sunscreen,” she says. “People come in to the store in winter— ‘I can’t believe it, my baby got sunburned.’ ” What else should you …

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