1. Video of Birds for My Baby Sleeps

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    These are all the birds you will hear on My Baby Sleeps. They appear pretty much in the order that you hear them. My Baby Sleeps is a one-hour audio mp3 from Raven On The Mountain Video. It was originally made to help babies stay asleep by soothing them at naptime or bedtime. We have learned that it is also appreciated by adults who want to relax without having to think about anything. We have been told that it keeps kids quiet on car trips, too! Warning! There are some kids that NOTHING will calm down in the back seat. For more information please visit www.ravenonthemountain.com

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    • Anne Geddes: Wool is the comfortable choice for babies

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      from The Woolmark Company / Added

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      Anne speaks about keeping your baby at a just the right temperature. Fine Merino wool is soft against a babies' skin and doesn't overheat your baby. Anne is absolutely comfortable wrapping newborn babies in fine Merino wool.

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      • Heartfelt Calendar 2014 by Anne Geddes

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        All of the props are made out of wool and that was the challenge Anne set herself for this years' calendar. The babies were well contented with full bellies and with all that beautiful wool around which was so soft, it was like one big cushion in each image.

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        • Woolmark Nurture - it doesn't get more reassuring than that

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          Anne introduces The Woolmark Company's new initiative Woolmark Nurture. The Woolmark Company is passionate about the natural benefits that Merino wool clothing and bedding can provide to the health and well being of babies and young children.

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          • Co-Sleeping - The Full 18 Minute Interview with James McKenna, PhD

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            from Kindred Media and Community / Added

            Dr. James J. McKenna, PhD, director of the Mother-Baby Behavioral Sleep Laboratory at the University of Notre Dame shares: - the science and history of co-sleeping, - the need to define the terminology - why public policy is based on social norms instead of science, - why public policy is unethical, as it withholds information about cosleeping - WHY THIS IS ALL GETTING READY TO CHANGE AS BREASTFEEDING RATES INCREASE - and how parents can become empowered and stand up for what is essentially a civil right: to make your conscious parenting choices according to science and not unethical public policy and uninformed social norms. Read Dr. McKenna on Kindred: http://www.kindredcommunity.com/author/james-mckenna/ Lisa Reagan, Kindred's editor, interviewed Dr. McKenna at the More than LATCH conference in Chesapeake, Virginia. Visit Kindred, a nonprofit, conscious parenting site, http://www.kindredcommunity.org For more information on co-sleeping, including a complete inventory of FAQs and articles, visit Dr. McKenna at the Mother-Baby Sleep Behaviorial Laboratory, University of Notre Dame, at http://www.cosleeping.nd.edu Learn more about the LATCH conference here: http://www.healthsourceforwomen.com/u... Film videography by Keith Reagan, http://www.keithreagan.com

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            • Co-Sleeping: Public Policy, Science and Parents Civil Rights

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              Dr. James J. McKenna, PhD, director of the Mother-Baby Behavioral Sleep Laboratory at the University of Notre Dame shares his pride in parents for carrying the science of co-sleeping out into mainstream media over the past twenty years. He also shares why he believes public policy will eventually have to change to reflect the science of co-sleeping as well as respect parents' civil rights to make informed and conscious choices. Read Dr. McKenna on Kindred: http://www.kindredcommunity.com/author/james-mckenna/ Lisa Reagan, Editor for Kindred, interviewed Dr. McKenna at the More than LATCH conference in Chesapeake, Virginia in February 2013. Find information, resources and support for your conscious parenting needs at the online ezine, Kindred, kindredcommunity.org For more information on co-sleeping, including a complete inventory of FAQs and articles, visit Dr. McKenna at the Mother-Baby Sleep Behaviorial Laboratory, University of Notre Dame, at cosleeping.nd.edu Learn more about the LATCH conference here: healthsourceforwomen.com/u... Film videography by Keith Reagan, keithreagan.com

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              • Co-Sleeping Safety Guidelines, with James McKenna, PhD

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                After defining What is Co-Sleeping? and How Science and History Support You Co-Sleeping With Your Baby in Kindred's videos on this channel, James J. McKenna, PhD, director of the Mother-Baby Behavioral Sleep Laboratory at the University of Notre Dame presents some of the safety guidelines pioneered by his research and other cultures since the beginning of human history. Read Dr. McKenna on Kindred: http://www.kindredcommunity.com/author/james-mckenna/ Lisa Reagan, Editor for Kindred, interviewed Dr. McKenna at the More than LATCH conference in Chesapeake, Virginia in February 2013. Find information, resources and support for your conscious parenting needs at the online ezine, Kindred, kindredcommunity.org For more information on co-sleeping, including a complete inventory of FAQs and articles, visit Dr. McKenna at the Mother-Baby Sleep Behaviorial Laboratory, University of Notre Dame, at cosleeping.nd.edu Learn more about the LATCH conference here: healthsourceforwomen.com/u... Film videography by Keith Reagan, keithreagan.com

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                • Science and History Reveal Why You Should Co-Sleep With Your Baby, with James McKenna, PhD

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                  Dr. James J. McKenna, PhD, director of the Mother-Baby Behavioral Sleep Laboratory at the University of Notre Dame shares the science and history of co-sleeping that answer the question, Why You Should Sleep With Your Baby. Read Dr. McKenna on Kindred: http://www.kindredcommunity.com/author/james-mckenna/ Lisa Reagan, Editor for Kindred, interviewed Dr. McKenna at the More than LATCH conference in Chesapeake, Virginia in February 2013. Find information, resources and support for your conscious parenting needs at the online ezine, Kindred, kindredcommunity.org For more information on co-sleeping, including a complete inventory of FAQs and articles, visit Dr. McKenna at the Mother-Baby Sleep Behaviorial Laboratory, University of Notre Dame, at cosleeping.nd.edu Learn more about the LATCH conference here: healthsourceforwomen.com/u... Film videography by Keith Reagan, keithreagan.com

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                  • Baby Sleep: Where Parents Go Wrong

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                    Putting baby down for the night puts many parents at wit’s end. “Henry’s five months,” says mother Kress Good. Kress loves bonding with her bundle of joy, especially during his nighttime feedings. “I would walk in the room and he would hear me first and then he’d kind of look around for me and then when he’d see me I’d sort of get like his eyes lighting up. He looks most intently at me when I breast feed him.” But many parents make the mistake of nursing their baby back to sleep. “Basically we’ve fed the baby to sleep so the baby’s going to need to be fed to sleep again in the middle of the night and we don’t want that,” says Dr. Martin Sherman, a pediatrician with Lee Memorial Health System. Instead, parents need to make a habit of putting their baby to bed with eyes still open. “Babies need to go to bed awake. They need to be able to transition to sleep. They need to know how to put themselves to sleep,” says Dr. Sherman. A quiet activity can signal it’s time to get ready for sleep, but the overall key to your baby getting some good shut-eye is staying on a schedule. “The routine turns out to be a very important thing, so parents who try to put the baby down one night at five o'clock and the next night at eight o'clock and the next night at seven o'clock; they're going to have some trouble,” says Dr. Sherman. With your baby on track, everyone has a peace of mind. “In creating structure, and in creating limits and allowing a child to feel comfortable they have that guidance and love behind them we can feel a little bit better about helping them sleep,” says Dr. Sherman. Because a well rested baby, means a well rested family. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we've been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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                    • Nanny Goodnight - Children's Sleep and Relaxation

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                      Find Nanny Goodnight on iTunes or visit NannyGoodnight.com

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