November 7, 2012
Give you audience a chance to have you at their table. Not physically, but in recipe, a simple recipe. Like "Jayar's Sweet Potato Casserole." Give her something to make and talk about. Have a PDF posted on your website and a You-Tube video showing the preparation. If it's something delicious and easy, she could be talking about it during a holiday meal. She'll be passing your yummy cranberry and orange sauce and telling Aunt Marge where she got the recipe. Other suggestions: a french toast casserole for a easy make a-head breakfast, a dip for veggies, a signature drink or appetizer, or maybe your favorite cookie.
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The Maryland Department of Health proposing the ban of crib bumpers due to the risk of strangulation, asphyxiation and even death."
While Maryland is the first state to propose such a ban, I'm sure many others will follow suit. Many moms feel that crib bumpers do nothing to enhance the well-being of a baby and definitely could pose a risk so why use them. The argument is that a baby could get her arm or leg stuck in the slat. Even if this is the outcome the baby can still be safe.
Experts are now saying nothing should be in a crib except a firm mattress with a tight-fitting sheet. Get rid of blankets, pillows, stuffed animals and crib bumpers. Check with your Pediatrician to get their view on the best way to care for your baby.
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