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    “The great motherhood friendships are the ones in which two women can admit [how difficult mothering is] quietly to each other, over cups of tea at a table sticky with spilled apple juice and littered with markers without tops.” ― Anna Quindlen

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  • Sweet touch – benefits for the little ones

    Oh sweet massage…touch is a natural instinct that is present in all human beings. Stroking and soothing babies by rubbing them is a practice that takes place since ages and in different parts of the world. There are many benefits for babies – “Every child, no matter the age, should be massaged at bedtime on a regular basis.” So says Tiffany Field, Ph.D., of the Touch Research Institute (TRI) in Miami. Researchers at the Touch Research Institute (TRI) here in Miami have worked diligently over the past decade proving the benefits of massage for children.

    • Regular massage reduces stress levels and boosts feel-good hormones, it also helps pre-matured babies put on weight.
    • It encourages good sleeping patterns, it might help relieve gas, colic, constipation, and help when baby is teething.

    Massage is one of the most delightful and effective physical therapies you can share with your baby, and one of the easiest to learn. So why not learn a few of the basic massage techniques and treat your baby and yourself to the loving touch that will provide feelings of peacefulness, happiness and relaxation to both of you!

    For further info check The Touch Research Institute established in 1992 by Director Tiffany Field, Ph.D. at the University of Miami School of Medicine at

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  • App Corner – Top 5 of our Favorite Apps!

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    These are just some of our favorite apps which are free and make our lives that much easier! Do you have a favorite? Share with us! Baby Sleep All Night! If you have read Duermete niño this is an american version of the book in an app and it guides you in the process of […]

  • The Yoga of Play

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    LA based Yogi Julie Carmen shares with bkbmoms different yogic principles than can be applied to play with children… When our hearts feel joyful, the practice of yoga and meditation can be themselves playful. The lessons we learn in this path: equanimity, focus, stability, resilience, perseverance, union, connection and balance translate well into the language […]

  • When is the best time to potty train your kid?

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    Contrary to what my husband feels and thinks I do not feel any pressure or interest to ‘nag’ my 2 year old and a half daughter to stop wearing diapers. I really cannot see the need to force or compel her to learn to go potty. If I had my way, she could learn at […]

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