- MOST Mom Gathering= Check out the hotel!
- “Back to Sleep”- Does it affect rolling development?
- Stories from the Heart blog
MOST Mom Gathering
We will be in Atlanta later this month. Come join us July 25-28. We are staying at the Staybridge Suites Buckhead. It’s a great place with free parking, free hot breakfast and free internet. Indoor pool and jaquzzi/whirlpool. Close to shopping, restaurants and public transportation. For more info, look at our Facebook page. We have rooms reserved!
What do you want to do there? Sleep in? Relax? Visit with friends (that would be the rest of us!)? Kayak, rock climb?
World Of Coca-Cola looks like a fun place also.
Join in on Facebook to discuss and plan. Or contact Terry in the MOST office 631-859-1110
“Back to Sleep”- Does it affect rolling development?
When the “Back to Sleep” campaign was introduced 20 years ago to help prevent SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome), some medical professionals worried that reducing the time babies spent on their stomachs would affect their ability to roll over. But a new Canadian study shows they needn’t have worried. The recently published study looked at the rolling abilities and motor skills of 725 infants from 1 week to 8 months old and found that their ability to roll was much the same as it was among infants 20 years ago.
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