• The cutest Halloween costumes for babies and toddlers
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    Yahoo Canada Shopping Editors

    The cutest Halloween costumes for babies and toddlers

    These are the best costumes for babies and toddlers. Yahoo Lifestyle Canada is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. We may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. The only thing better than babies?

  • Jessica Simpson responds to Amy Schumer’s post about being in ‘no rush’ to lose her baby weight
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    Suzy Byrne

    Jessica Simpson responds to Amy Schumer’s post about being in ‘no rush’ to lose her baby weight

    Amy Schumer responded to Jessica Simpson’s post-baby body photo in the most relatable way.

  • Police say couple faked pregnancy, death of baby to field donations
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    Mahira Dayal

    Police say couple faked pregnancy, death of baby to field donations

    A couple is facing charges for fraud and theft by deception after they allegedly faked a pregnancy and then the subsequent birth and death of a baby.

  • Jessica Simpson proudly shares photo of her ankles following the birth of daughter Birdie
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    Raechal Shewfelt

    Jessica Simpson proudly shares photo of her ankles following the birth of daughter Birdie

    The fashion mogul and her retired NFL player husband Eric Johnson welcomed daughter Birdie in March after a sometimes tough pregnancy.

  • This mom had to pay $39.35 to hold her baby after C-section
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    Simone Olivero

    This mom had to pay $39.35 to hold her baby after C-section

    By now, numerous studies have shown that there are some serious benefits to new moms practicing skin to skin contact the moment a baby is delivered. According to the La Leche League of Canada (LLL), skin to skin contact between mother and baby immediately after birth “helps regulate the baby’s temperature, breathing, heart rate and sugar levels. For mothers who plan to breastfeed, skin to skin increases the level of prolactin your body produces, increasing milk supply and helping babies to latch.

  • Officer threatens to arrest woman for breastfeeding in public
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    Simone Olivero

    Officer threatens to arrest woman for breastfeeding in public

    When it comes to breastfeeding in public, everyone has a right to their own opinion. But it’s quite another matter when an officer — someone whose job it is to protect the basic human rights of citizens — allows his personal opinions get in the way of the law. “Tonight while in Piggly Wiggly with my sister and both my children (the oldest 20 months and the youngest 1 month old today) while nursing, a deputy approached me right when I was about to leave and informed that I needed to cover up because someone might find it ‘offensive,'” shared Savannah Shukla in a Facebook post. Shukla lives in Georgia, a state where breastfeeding in public is legal and certainly not considered offensive.

  • Early exposure to peanuts may actually prevent allergies
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    Simone Olivero

    Early exposure to peanuts may actually prevent allergies

    In the last decade, peanut allergies have become a growing concern for parents — according to Health Canada, it’s one of the most common food allergies. Under the current Health Canada guidelines, parents are told to exclusively breastfeed (or use a breastfeeding alternative, like formula) before the age of 6 months. After that time, they can begin experimenting with solid foods and common allergens like peanut-based products, fish, wheat, milk, soy and eggs.

  • This mattress may put an end to your baby's sleepless nights
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    Simone Olivero

    This mattress may put an end to your baby's sleepless nights

    It might sound a little space-agey, but CEO and Founder of Familings Mattress, Hannah Sissala, swears this mattress will allow parents to finally rest easy. “We slept badly, our baby cried for hours every night,” Sissala says in a video describing her invention. “We found no product that would have helped so I decided to invent a solution.” She explains that before using the mattress, her son would only take naps for about 10 minutes and would wake up crying, tired and stressed out. One of Sissala’s other main concerns with the rocking mattress was ensuring it was safe.

  • This is why you should never let someone kiss your baby
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    Simone Olivero

    This is why you should never let someone kiss your baby

    There’s something about babies that make people act irrationally. “This is what happens to babies when been in contact with a coldsore,” writes Amy Stinton in a Facebook post accompanied by a shocking image of her 14-month-old son Oliver. “Oliver now has the herpes virus and will have this for life.

  • Dad tells daughter restaurant is too 'nice' for her to breastfeed at the table
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    Simone Olivero

    Dad tells daughter restaurant is too 'nice' for her to breastfeed at the table

    Kelly Stanley was enjoying a nice dinner out with her family when she suddenly felt a napkin being tossed on top of her. Turns out it was from her dad who did not approve of her feeding her 9-month-old daughter at the dinner table. “Someone at the dinner table then grabs one of those cloth napkins and tries to toss it over me.

  • Mom gets real about the struggle of having a teething baby
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    Simone Olivero

    Mom gets real about the struggle of having a teething baby

    If Australian blogger and mom Jules Coffey knows one thing, it’s that teething can be a real b—-.

  • Mom speaks candidly about what it really feels like post-baby
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    Simone Olivero

    Mom speaks candidly about what it really feels like post-baby

    The new mom and blogger recently explained her own post-birth experience in a Facebook post that has since gone viral — and she made sure not to leave out any of the ugly. Entitled “20 things to know when you’ve just pushed out a baby,” she gets down to the nitty-gritty of what it really feels like after you’ve brought a new life into the world.