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    Love the sleeping bags!

    You might hold off on buying the co-sleeper until you have the baby to see if you really need it. Babies don't take up a lot of room sleeping with you. I see so many people spending a fortune on things that they use only minimally after baby comes.

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    Great post!! Looking to get pregnant and literally just bought the blueprint on Friday, so, only 1/8 of the way through the book. Learning as I go and was concerned how the diet would be once I (knock on wood) get pregnant. Ironically I have a baby site http://intheknowmom.net where we post eco-friendly and only great kids items. I know that Arm's Reach Co-Sleepers are wonderful and travel! So the baby is out of harms way while you sleep and you can break down the sleeper when you travel or even if your room is a little space crunched. They double as a pack n play too! This way you can save your money and buy this pack-n-play. Use it as a co-sleeper when they're little and then as a travel bed or pack n play later as well. Always nice to find multi-tasker items!

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    Don't be fooled into thinking that bedsharing is safe. In a primal environment (environment of evolutionary adaptation) it was - because it was safer to have baby quiet and attached to moms breast at night for obvious reasons. In a modern environment, predators are no longer a concern and we have these tricky little things called beds. And pillows. And blankets
    Here is information on safe co-sleeping and safe crib-sleeping. Both are options if done safely. http://www.askdrsears.com/html/7/T070600.asp

    Information on how co-sleeping isn't causing SIDS http://www.askdrsears.com/html/10/t102200.asp

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    Re co-sleeping. I have no financial interest in this company, this just landed in my inbox today.

    Settling the Co-Sleeping Controversy

    Another good resource

    Platypus Media

    Judy

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    I got a mail from Amazon today with a recommendation for this book. Some of the other suggested books on this page were evolutionary or paleo-related. I wanted to post a link here for future reference before I deleted the mail:

    Ancient Bodies, Modern Lives: How Evolution Has Shaped Women's Health

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    Two resources that I wouldn't want to be without:

    Janet Lansbury's blog: http://www.janetlansbury.com/2010/02...ured-on-video/

    Elimination Communication (though I think some of the crazies are a bit over the top):
    http://www.diaperfreebaby.org/

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    Thankyou for bumping/making this thread! I found out im pregnant this week, and ive been trying to do a forum search for pregnancy related articles. This helps tremendously.

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    Here are a couple of MDC threads that might be of interest to TTC and pregnant mamas!

    A thread on superfoods/supplementing various nutrients using food, with an emphasis on preconception and prenatal nutrition (full disclosure, it's a thread I started )
    http://mothering.com/discussions/sho....php?t=1241375

    101 most nourishing foods while ttc/pregnant/nursing
    http://www.mothering.com/discussions....php?t=1213675

    Just skip over any non-primal recs

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    Primal Blueprint Expert Certification
    I dont know if its 100% primal or not but many many many people have recommended this book to me. Some of you may have heard of it. I just ordered it online, i cant wait til it arrives:

    Ina May's Guide to Childbirth

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