telegraph.co.ukElderly gynaecologist becomes first man to go on trial over Spain's stolen baby scandalOn the eve of the trial of an elderly Madrid gynaecologist for the alleged theft of a new-born girl in 1969, victims of Spain’s massive stolen baby scandal are asking why it has taken so long for justice to shine some light into this dark chapter of the country’s history.
ourfamilycode.comYes, You Need a DockATot! A Skeptic's ReviewA Skeptical, Experienced Mom’s DockATot Review Where do I begin to express my absolute appreciation for our DockATot?! I am a mother of four incredibly exhausting children. From birth, all of my children have been horrible sleepers. There was the colicky first child that kept …5
theatlantic.comThe Case Against Breast-FeedingIn certain overachieving circles, breast-feeding is no longer a choice—it’s a no-exceptions requirement, the ultimate badge of responsible parenting. Yet the actual health benefits of breast-feeding are surprisingly thin, far thinner than most popular literature indicates. Is breast-feeding right for every family? Or is it this generation’s vacuum cleaner—an instrument of misery that mostly just keeps women down?1
isablog.co.ukLetter to My Baby: I Had Postnatal Depression When You Were BornThis is a letter to my baby. It's one for her future self to read about how I suffered with postnatal depression shortly after she was born. I want to be the one to talk to her about this, and this is how I'll start the conversation.16
cryptonewmedia.pressRoger Ver Publishes Video Defending His Babies Are Dying Statement ⋆ Crypto New MediaFormer Bitcoin proponent-turned Bitcoin Cash advocate Roger Ver has published a video in response to the criticism he received over a now famous outburst he had during a debate with Blockstream president Samson Mow. The incident referred to occurred at the Deconomy Conference in Korea this April. Ver Defends Earlier “Babies Are Dying” Comments Ver …1
offspring.lifehacker.comPack a Boppy Pillow Cover When Flying With a Baby When my kid was an infant, I found myself in a deep relationship with something called a Boppy. A ubiquitous baby product, it is a pillow designed to help nursing moms breastfeed—you basically wear it around your body like a four-year-old going swimming. Though its functionality extends beyond that. The Boppy saved my arms as I held my daughter for hours when she had a fever, cradled her when I fed myself breakfast, and kept her from bonking her head on the wood floor when she eventually tried to sit up. It’s no wonder new parents want the thing with them at all times, even when they travel. Especially when they travel.