Hudson Valley Parent

October 2013

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a laugh out of watching the baby try and reach for the toys. 7. Special play time Newborns tend to sleep for most of the day. In between catching up on your naps, make a point of having special play time with your son. Whether it's rolling out play dough or baking brownies, this time at home with him will make both of you appreciate the special bond that you have had from the beginning. 8. Spread the love Be sure to hug and kiss your husband in front of the kids. When they see mom and dad are happy, they too will be happy. This public affection will reassure your other children that they are safe and loved by two happy parents. Meagan Ruffing is a freelance parenting writer and stay-at-home mom to her two children. She and her husband are expecting their third child this fall and are starting to prepare for their new addition. Searching for Youth & Family Services? …1 Click and You're There! Orange County Youth Bureau Celebrating Our 35th Anniversary! i Resource & Referral i Allocate State & County Funding i Monitor & Assess Youth Program Quality 845-615-3620 Hudson Valley Parent 39 n aupaircare aupair nanny service au pair childcare child care institute for family health ob/gyn women's health women's care pediatricians pediatrics family doctors orange county youth bureau youth services family services

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