A tour of global practices that will inspire American parents to expand their horizons (and geographical borders) and learn that there’s more than one way to diaper a baby. Mei-Ling Hopgood, a first-time mom from suburban Michigan - now living in Buenos Aires - was shocked that Argentine parents allow their children to stay up until all hours of the night. Could there really be social and developmental advantages to this custom?
"Started out interesting..."
What really happened at the Chappaquiddick Bridge was hidden under a fog of deception for over four decades, until the advent of voice stress technology shined the light of truth on Ted Kennedy's statements to the police.
Being a mum is an incredible journey, a remarkable experience that changes how we look, how we feel, who we are. As mothers we are strong, protective and proud. We feel a love like no other. But being a parent can be hard, too. It challenges us physically, mentally, emotionally. There are the days where just managing to fit a shower in amidst the endless feeding, entertaining young children and surviving on a lack of sleep feels like an achievement.
This is the untold story about the adventures and tragedies of Mel Fisher's quest to find the Atocha; a Spanish Galleon missing for almost 400 years.
"it made my trip interesting"
I think I was destined to fly.... My dad was a barnstormer pilot back in the 1930s (which I talk about in my audiobook Growing up in Oklahoma). This is where I think the DNA thing kicked in, and I wouldn't be satisfied until I was flying through the air. I designed and built my own ultralight aircraft and literally taught myself to fly. Let me take you on some of these adventures; I think you will enjoy them as much as I did.
Life as a war baby in Oklahoma is the start of the Adventures of a Baby Boomer series....
"I'm a Baby Boomer "
It's Baby Jaimie's last day of school, and she is planning a fun summer with her friends. Her sister, Kelly, also has big plans for her. How can Baby Jaimie be in two places at once? Not wanting to disappoint anyone, Baby Jaimie tries to figure out a way to do everything but falls asleep before she can come up with a plan. She's awoken a couple of hours later with a sore throat. So instead of being with friends or her sister, Baby Jaimie's summer vacation will start out with a trip to the hospital.
Baby Jaimie had never met a cookie she didn't like, that all changed one day while she sneaking them before dinner. She bit down on one and it bit back, or at least so, she thought until her mother told her it was just a loose tooth. Baby Jaimie didn't want to lose her tooth until her sister told her about the tooth fairy. Now, she can't wait for her tooth to come out, but it's not ready to come out yet. It looks like she'll just have to wait, or will she?
Patton's fast moving troops caused more trouble than just for the enemy. This novelette is about a young man just about to graduate from college, but is drafted into the United States Army and sent to the European theater and goes on a mission that gets caught up in the Fog of War.
Baby Jaimie is growing up so fast. In fact, she's celebrating her fifth birthday and you're invited to her party. Join Baby Jaimie and her friend as they play games, eat yummy food and have a lot of fun!
Baby Jaimie is in her first year of school. She has made many friends and learned many things. Now she will learn what it means to be a team player when she is in her very first play. Follow Baby Jaimie as she learns the lesson that there are no small parts, only small actors.
Baby Jaimie is growing up so fast. To her parents, it feels like only yesterday that she was being fitted for her very first wheelchair. Now, Baby Jaimie is preparing for another first, her first day of school. Follow Baby Jaimie as she not only goes through the first day of kindergarten for Baby Jaimie, but also takes her through the steps leading up to the first day, i.e. going to the doctor for a check-up and immunization, getting a haircut, and shopping for new school clothes.
Ever since she met him, everyone thought Baby Jaimie's first crush was Derek. Derek even thought so. That's why he asked her first-grade teacher, Mrs. Smith if he could come visit her. The day of the visit didn't go as planned. While Derek was introducing himself a new student, Jack, entered the room and stole everyone's attention. Especially Baby Jaimie's. For that reason, Derek took an instant disliking to the new kid. Baby Jaimie is forced to choose between Derek and Jack, and she doesn't know what to do.
Going travelling with a little one is always a challenging task, but if you're planning on a little getaway in an RV, then this guide was made for you. Road trips with infants and babies require a lot more planning, but with this book, the hard work is done for you.
For hundreds of years, participants in this Japanese festival have been making babies cry to ward off demons.
This is considered one of the first and most influential of British novels. It follows the life and times of Tom Jones, who is discovered as an abandoned baby in the home of a prosperous widower. He lives with his ill-tempered unmarried sister, Bridget; they are later joined by the obnoxious Captain Blifil, who marries Bridget, and then by their son, Master Blifil. As childhood segues into adulthood, Tom's affections for a playmate, Sophia, mature, and she seems to reciprocate. But life is never simple.