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January 23 2011 Living Simply Newsletter

Babies, babies, babies! Usually, we think of babies and births in the spring, but lately, I'm having baby withdrawals. I'm missing having a baby in the family. My children are adults and no anywhere near thinking about making me a happy grandmother. A *young* grandmother. :)

My mother-in-law once said that just when you get good at taking care of babies, they grow up and that's why grandparents are so wise. Well, I thought I'd share some of my time-tested, tried-and-true tips for dealing with two of the most troubling baby dilemmas: crying and teething.

Here are the latest articles from the Living Simply site at

How to Quiet a Crying Baby
Crying is a natural reaction for an infant and not all crying is a signal of distress.

How to Soothe a Teething Baby
Parents feel helpless when their baby’s first tooth erupts. The endless shrieking and misery sends them scrambling for desperate measures of relief.

Why Babies Cry
A crying infant causes panic in new parents but crying is a natural stage of development.

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