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Taking Away "The Binky"

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Maybe the child could leave the binky for the easter bunny to take for the baby bunnies. My sister-in-law did that and the easter bunny left her all kinds of
slojazz2001
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Mar 24, 2010

cradle cap/ ring worm

(4)
Hi Alicia It always flares up inwinter and pretty much dissapears in summer. It looks exactly like psoriasis which is what makes me think this is what it is.
SUSAN HAKE
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Mar 24, 2010

cradle cap

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I havn't tried tea tree oil for cradle cap yet, but another good use for tea tree oil is head lice. I used this on my 5 year old dauhter and myself (and I have
Elizabeth Loera
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Mar 15, 2010

Celebrating us Women

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Although I'm 3days late with my greeting I still want to wish all Mom's a very Happy Women's Day. I know some of you may say everyday is women's day but we are
trini#1
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Mar 11, 2010

craddle cap

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txu. i have that problem with my son right now. great timing robin
Denise Rathey
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Mar 10, 2010

Re: Digest Number 318

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Cradle cap should just be left alone, it is a temp. condition and you will only extend the time by agrevating the skin. If it is really dry, a little almond
ute
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Mar 7, 2010

Safety tips when checking labels for ingredients that contain harmfu

(1)
...   Check the Label! Are the products you use free of ingredients such as . . . ... fragrance > perfume > plant, fruit and nut oils Irritating
LPK
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Mar 5, 2010

Vicks, thank you, johnsons products - and the dreaded cradle cap

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Olive would probably work as well. I would however recommend that you purchase a 'Baby' hair brush and fine tooth comb. When the hair is DRY place drops of the
SUSAN HAKE
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Mar 5, 2010

Johnson's Baby Shampoo and FORMALDEHYDE

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Hi All, A Formaldehyde releaser is in a lot of products that people use daily, including baby and children products. You will see it on the label as
eypbabyp
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Mar 4, 2010

Cradle cap

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Go to a salon that carries biosilk and biosilk miracle 17 leave in. That product works great I used it on my twins and within 3 days it was gone. Leah,
alloei_09@...
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Mar 4, 2010

Re: Vicks, thank you, johnsons products - and the dreaded cra...

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Sue, Do you have a surgical brush at home? If not, you can probably buy one at the pharmacy. The hospital gave us one at the births of each of our children.
Cmdichmann@...
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Mar 4, 2010

RE: 

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To all of you are worried about the toxins/chemicals in children's products, I recommend the California Baby products. It is an all natural line completely
Trisha Philippe
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Mar 4, 2010

Hello and Vicks vapour rub

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You are so sweet to care but I live in U.S. and we do have vicks for babies. Thanks, Michelle Guerra ________________________________ From: SUSAN HAKE
SUSAN HAKE
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Mar 1, 2010

Babies

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I have both allergies and asthma to the point where I get hospitalized for my asthma when I have problems. I use this on myself and my children ranging in ages
Chia Moua
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Mar 1, 2010

Re: Vicks Vapor Rub

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Vicks is far from the only product on the market that is not good for our children that we use everyday. There are tons of stuff we take for granted, such as
libragirl6607
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Mar 1, 2010
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