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How To Name A Baby





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The New Baby Name Survey Book: How to pick a name that makes a favorable impression for your child


The New Baby Name Survey Book: How to pick a name that makes a favorable impression for your child



The New Baby Name Survey is an all-new edition of The Baby Name Survey Book which presents new profiles for every name
Based on data from a new survey of over 100,000 parents. The book lets parents know what people think of the most popular names and helps them pick names for their babies that make favorable impressions. The New Baby Name Survey also includes the origin, meaning, and famous namesakes for each name, as well as a name "profile" written by Bruce Lansky, the #1 name in baby name books. So, it can be used as a single resource, or in conjunction with one of Lansky's other name books (which contain a lot more names.)










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BABY Joona and Yoona




BABY Joona and Yoona





My B.A.B.Y. collection has grown! B.A.B.Y. stands for Baby Aliens Belonging to You. They were produced by Hasbro in 1988. The point was to adopt a baby alien and teach it something. The aliens came from six different planets with names like Readtome, Harzamess and Onurtoes and you taught them to read, comb their hair, dance, brush their teeth, tie their shoes and eat. Each has a themed outfit to go along with what you're supposed to teach her.

Now you'd think there would have been only six. Ohhhhhhhh, no. I'm learning just how many variations of these there are! There are at least 3 different headmolds (open mouth, closed mouth and teeth), 2 hairstyles (ponytail or pigtails), different antennae (single star and groups of stars), different ears, different eyes, and different colors (pink, orange, yellow and purple).

These little cuties don't come with names. I named my first one Yoona, so all my subsequent ones have been given "oona" names as well.

Here are Joona and Yoona. Yoona was my first B.A.B.Y. and sadly, her outfit was so messed up when I got her that I had to throw it out. She's been in that Christmas sweater for a couple years now. Yoona was the baby you taught how to read. She's got the open mouth like Loona, but her eyes have stars and not Saturns, and her ears are a little more rounded. Loona has the ponytail hairstyle and group of stars antennae.











BABY Loona and Oona




BABY Loona and Oona





My B.A.B.Y. collection has grown! B.A.B.Y. stands for Baby Aliens Belonging to You. They were produced by Hasbro in 1988. The point was to adopt a baby alien and teach it something. The aliens came from six different planets with names like Readtome, Harzamess and Onurtoes and you taught them to read, comb their hair, dance, brush their teeth, tie their shoes and eat. Each has a themed outfit to go along with what you're supposed to teach her.

Now you'd think there would have been only six. Ohhhhhhhh, no. I'm learning just how many variations of these there are! There are at least 3 different headmolds (open mouth, closed mouth and teeth), 2 hairstyles (ponytail or pigtails), different antennae (single star and groups of stars), different ears, different eyes, and different colors (pink, orange, yellow and purple).

These little cuties don't come with names. I named my first one Yoona, so all my subsequent ones have been given "oona" names as well.

Here's Loona with Oona. Oona was my second B.A.B.Y. and she's the one in the best shape. I've gotten all of these fresh from their boxes, but some of the materials didn't hold up as well. Oona, however, is perfect. She's the one you teach to tie her shoes. She has the closed mouth and rounded ears with the ponytail hairstyle, star eyes and group of stars antennae.









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how to name a baby




Supernanny: How to Get the Best From Your Children






Meet Supernanny Jo Frost, a modern-day Mary Poppins here to rescue today's beleaguered parents by offering up her practical, road-tested methods of childrearing in an indispensable new book based on her upcoming ABC-TV series.
Jo Frost, a.k.a. Supernanny, is the answer to every stressed-out parent's dreams. In ABC's upcoming primetime TV series by the same name, Jo works miracles on problem children by dispensing hard-won wisdom and reassuring us that parents really do know best. The Supernanny method gives parents the know-how to tackle problem areas such as mealtime, bath time, bedtime, bedwetting, homework, sibling rivalry, aggressive behavior, or a child who just won't do what he or she is told to do.
Divided into action-oriented problem and solution sections, Supernanny will show parents how to restore harmony and authority in the home using the Supernanny's ten basic rules and her effective, no-nonsense approach to problem-solving. For example:
Problem: What if your child refuses to go to bed? Supernanny Solution: Develop a bedtime routine so that the child can get used to a consistent pattern that she is not going to be able to change or manipulate. A routine will set up a calming sequence of events that will be designed to help the child relax.
Problem: Toilet-training Supernanny Solution: Prepare your child by taking any hint of shame or disgust out of what is simply a natural fact of life. Keep the door open, bring her into the bathroom with you, and explain what's happening, including the use of toilet paper and the washing of hands afterward.

For despairing moms and dads everywhere, "Supernanny" Jo Frost may as well be wearing a Wonder Woman costume. Her no-nonsense rules--not tips, not advice, but rules--for consistently managing one's offspring leave no room for arguments (or wrestling matches). From her arms-akimbo stance on the book's cover, it's clear she's in charge, and ready to instruct all wishy-washy (overworked American) parents how to lay down the law in their own home. She offers her "top ten rules" for setting boundaries, managing mealtimes, even surviving toilet training, and it's mostly rock-solid, and peppered liberally with British wit. (For parents who obsess over their toddler's every meal, she warns: "It doesn't take long for them to work out the obvious: you can't make them eat.") Frost may not have a degree in child development, but she was raised in a stable, doting family, and has 15 years' experience taking care of tots, a combination which puts her way ahead of most parents. She may be firm, but by setting definite boundaries, she sets the stage for parenting to be more of a "joy" and much less of a "slog." You can raise your sippy cups to that. --Erica Jorgensen










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