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review 2020-02-10 03:49
The Crying Child
The Crying Child - Barbara Michaels

This was the first book from my list that I read.  

 

I enjoyed this story but felt it was a bit slow moving. I loved the idea of the story more than anything. I love stories that involve something that happened in the past. I love when they go back to look at what happened in the past to dig out secrets by look into genealogy or long forgotten items that have been stored away. This book wasn't very long but it sure seemed to take longer to get to the next stage of the story. I kept putting it down and I've read bigger books in shorter times; the story just kept losing my interest. I enjoyed the ending as it wasn't what I expected and not something I've read before in another book.

 

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text 2019-10-11 06:30
Know The Tips for How To Take care of Crying Baby - Work & Leisure

 

Like all things baby, we ended up giving a cute nickname to a relatively distressing phenomenon in our parenting life- colic, or should I say ‘Colic the Monster’?

 

For stressed-out dads like me, colic is when your otherwise healthy champ is bawling his eyes out for more than 3 hours a day and 3 days in a week. It started as little crying fits, and we weren’t fussed about it because babies love to cry, right? So, we soothed our colicky baby and generally displayed our ‘A’ parenting skills but it got worse. Soon he was crying for most of the day and we were exhausted. 

 

Benefits Of Tummy Time

 

One day we discovered ‘tummy time’. In non-cutesy terms, it means letting your baby lie on their stomach instead of their back as usual. Tummy time helps to strengthen your baby’s head and neck, as well as gives them upper body strength. He or she won’t be thrilled about it but persevere because tummy time also prevents your baby from getting a flat head.

 

Tummy time for colic is a savior. Letting our colicky baby lie on his tummy helped to release all that pent-up gas (which was great for him but not so fun for me if you get my drift ;-)). 

 

When Did It All Begin?

 

We started tummy time when our son was in his colicky phase, but you can begin sometime soon after birth. It’s good to start with a 1-2-minute lay-down on your lap which you can gradually increase to 5 minutes on a mat or the floor.

 

Tips for colicky babies– do tummy time after your baby is fed and his nappy changed so you can take advantage of their happy mood and interest in life. They resist at first but rocking them gently, or to a tune if you’re like me, might help. 

 

Tummy Time Tricks To Suit My Baby

 

We figured out which tummy time tricks suited our little guy. Cue the funny names. If you thought ‘Colic the Monster’ was amusing, you’re going to get a kick out of this one:

Baseball bat hold tummy time: This trick helped relieve gas build-up and make my little boy less colicky than he was. 

 

Tummy time on daddy’s tummy: Ah yes, one of my favorite tricks because it allows me to keep him close and inhale all the baby smells. As he lays on my tummy, I massage his foot, his hands and entertain him while also tackling the colic. 

 

Tummy time on daddy’s lap: Also one of my favorites. I keep my son on his tummy on my lap and sit like that until he’s happy. 

 

Tummy time by propping on the pillow: As he grows older, we will let him lay on his tummy on a pillow instead of our laps or bellies. As always, we will keep a watchful eye on him for safety (and in case of superhuman powers, but nothing yet)!

 

 

 
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review 2019-05-12 15:07
Good Story and Good Characters
There's No Crying in Rock-n-Roll - Sasha... There's No Crying in Rock-n-Roll - Sasha Marshall

Samantha calls Jagger and screams she was his publicist and she was supposed to know about this before anyone else. A baby. Than she added they were all over Henley as they spoke. Jagger asked where his girl was? Samantha/Sam said she was at Saks with Jessica and the media had been outside for thirty minutes. Than Jagger asked how it happened so fast and Sam said Claudia Windsor had set him up She told the media to be at the doctor's appointment. Jagger said he wasn’t there. He’d asked for a paternity test and she asked for money. He met her to pay her off so she’d shut up. Jagger told Sam he was sorry he should have told her and his lawyer Meagan. He wanted Sam to bring Henley to him but Sam said to stay away from Henley. She will be humiliated Henley was a rock queen and had her own band Abandoned Shadow which was very successful allso. . Sam said she didn’t care who’s baby it was he couldn’t blindside Henley, his parents, and is band like this. Keep his buut in the house and do not leave for any reason. She had to deal with the girls heart he was about to break in front of the world. Jagger wasn’t sure henley would forgive him, how will he survive? When the doorbell rings he sees it is Koi- his best friend and henley’s brother as well as the leader of their band. Koi said he had been sent by Sam- after he punched jagger- he told Jagger to get everything he owns and take it and get out of Henley’s house. She doesn't care where you but you can’t see  here when Henley gets home. Jagger begged to let him stay there and explain. Koi said time for explaining was over when the story hit every news outlet in the world. Jagger said he’d pack but he needed to see henley before he left. Koi told him not to imagine she wanted to see him right now and he had an hour to get his stuff out of her house. Koi also said he wasn’t coming back to his house after this. Henley loves jagger and her passion for him overwhelms her. He invokes all these feelings she couldn’t decipher. Henley’s assistant and publicist are attempting to do damage control. Jagger is part of Koiband - Broken Access. Sam told hensley she had new security- goons- to get her out of there- Cory and Maurice who offered to carry her out as Cory had went to take care of the problems outside. They take her to a nearby hotel and she drank and then cried as Samantha and Jessica rocked her in their arms as tears went down their cheeks and she fell asleep in their arms. Jagger had begged her to stay home with him instead of going shopping with Jessica but she had been worried about finding him the perfect gift. Henley had been in love with Jagger forever. But for the longest time she had just been Koi’s little sister. Henley had known Jagger since sixth grade. Henwakes to loud voices and one is Koi’s than he comes to and he wraps his arms around her. She holds onto everything she has left as henley knows she is about to walk through hell….again. Henley stayed in bed for three days and she doesn’t speak as she can’t find the words. Henley got herself up and told Samantha to be her best friend and not her publicist right now and tell her goons they were going out , she can’t stay holed up in the hotel any longer. Kip tells her goons to take them to Lure- an apparent celebrity hot spot. Jagger ends up at the club and once outside Henley agrees to listen to him. He talked to her  and than asks her to meet up with him after she had time to think. He knew he didn’t deserve it but than he will answer all her questions. She said she needed time but she call him when she was ready to talk. She was going home. She needed the memories of them in her home to decide. Does she stay with jagger or does she leave him behind? Kip buys Henley a puppy to help her heal.

I don’t know how to really write this. I loved this book but hated the cliffhanger at the end -one of the worse ones I’ve seen. I laughed, I cried and even got angry while reading this book. I was poed at jagger for not letting henley know what was going on. I didn’t like what Henlet did to lessen the pain she was in. I loved how Kip brought her a puppy to try to help Henley heal. I think Jagger gave up to soon if he really loved Henley than made more mistakes. I loved how henley’s family and friends stood by her and tried to help. This book did need some editing. I liked the multiple POVs even if it broke my heart at times. I advise you to read the first boke in this guitar face series- Broken. I loved this and would have rated it a five but it lost a pint for the cliffhanger at the end. I loved the characters and the ins and outs of this book and I recommend it. Just be warned this book as well as Broken ends  in a cliffhanger.

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text 2018-10-19 08:11
VBT, INTERVIEW & #GIVEAWAY - The Crying of Ross 128 by David Allan Hamilton
The Crying of Ross 128 - David Allan Hamilton

America has splintered into various independent republics after a brutal civil war. Against this backdrop, space exploration is on the cusp of new technological breakthroughs. Jim Atteberry, a mid-30s English professor at City College in San Francisco, spends his free time listening for alien signals on the amateur radio astronomy bands. His life as a single parent to his precocious daughter is turned upside-down when he hears an intelligent cry for help from the Ross 128 system and realizes we are not alone. This signal unleashes a chain of events pitting Jim and his brilliant, mysterious colleague Kate against a power-hungry scientist with his own secret agenda. Jim must learn the truth about the signal, the strange disappearance of his wife Janet, and the meaning of true love before it’s too late in this first contact thriller.

 

#Science_Fiction

Source: archaeolibrarianologist.blogspot.com/2018/09/vbt-interview-giveaway-crying-of-ross.html
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text 2018-03-12 09:50
It's okay to cry [3/12/18]

I am just so weepy recently.

 

Everything gets to me. I am thankful today that I am able to be emotional. It just proves that I am human and no matter what I go through, I am still alive. So in saying that, I am also thankful I am alive. In my darkest moment, I think I don't want to be alive, but I know that is my demon depression talking.

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