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  • BabyBeat | BabyBeat Blog - Part 2

    BabyBeat

    Adventures of the Stay At Home Mom reviews BabyBeat

    Paranoid mom meets heartbeat – I LOVE this title! Aren’t we all paranoid moms? Expecting moms, new moms, old moms – we all live with that touch a paranoia. I know for me it’s any call that comes in from where ever my children may be. I HATE seeing the school call in the middle of the day, my mother call when she is babysitting, etc. And yes… I was a very paranoid mom-to-be. And I LOVED hearing that thumping little beat coming at me from the BabyBeat Doppler!

    Alyssa was pleasantly surprised at how easy the unit was to use. But the moment that she treasured most was that she and her husband were able to hear the baby’s heartbeat for the first time together in the peace of her own home.

    After using the BabyBeat Doppler for several months, Alyssa has nothing but good things to say about the BabyBeat. The Doppler reassured her in moments of worry, allowed her to bond with the little life inside of her, and lowered her level of paranoia!

    Alyssa also worked with BabyBeat to offer one of her blog readers a 3-month free doppler rental! Congratulations to that lucky, lucky winner. Hope that you enjoy the BabyBeat Doppler as much as all our happy customers. Let us know!

    BabyBeat Doppler reviewed by Frugal Wife Blog!

    The BabyBeat with Display, model BB200 was recently reviewed by mom blogger, Saph, at Frugal Wife Blog. She is a wife and mom to a 4 year old with another on the way. She has some great ideas for living frugally and getting out of debt. I thought she had some great ideas and links to bargain sites. Definitely worth checking out!

    She loved using the BabyBeat Display to listen to her unborn baby’s heartbeat – and also to share this joy with her husband and daughter. BabyBeat is offering a 10% discount for all of her blog followers – simply use the code FW10 for your discount on all the Dopplers at babybeat.com.

    Win a 3-month trial of a BabyBeat Doppler

    Here is your chance to win a 3-month free trial of a BabyBeat Doppler! The BabyBeat BB150A was recently reviewed by blogger Real Mom Reviews – Just a real mom reviewing real stuff! Skye is a VERY busy momma – taking care of 6 children, with number 7 on the way. And still having time to review new products and keep her blog fresh. She has some great reviews and giveaways of cool baby products.

    Skye says her kids loved to hear their little brother’s heartbeat – and listen to their own as well. The BabyBeat Doppler is a great tool to help older siblings bond with their new baby before birth. She also loved the built-in recorder in the BabyBeat Doppler. You can record baby’s heartbeat right into the Doppler. This makes it easy to later transfer the recording to your home computer for saving or emailing to family and friends.

    If you would like the chance (or many if you follow multiple entry options) to receive a 3-month free trial of the BabyBeat Doppler, simply follow the directions on Real Mom Reviews.

    MommyDop gets reviewed by Mama’s Getting Kinda Crunchy

    The MommyDop Doppler was recently reviewed by Mama’s Getting Kinda Crunchy. Danielle is a self-proclaimed attached, baby wearing, breastfeeding, cloth diapering, homeschooling Mama. And she loves every second of it! She is mom to two kiddos with the 3rd on the way.

    Danielle didn’t start picking up the heartbeat with the MommyDop until around 12 weeks, which is a pretty common time to hear it. She does say she started looking at about 9 weeks, however. Some women can hear the heartbeat around this time, but we suggest 10-12 weeks. Danielle enjoyed being able to listen to her baby every day, giving a sense of calm. She loves this since she has not felt this baby move nearly as early as she was able to feel the other two.

    Danielle also helped BabyBeat offer a free MommyDop give-away to one of her followers. What a lucky winner! We hope that you enjoy the MommyDop as much as Danielle did!

    MommyDop Doppler Reviewed by Take time to smell the rose

    The MommyDop Doppler by BabyBeat was given a outstanding review by Take time to smell the rose. Chari was given a MommyDop fetal Doppler to use and review. As well as a unit to give away to a blog follower (we’d love to hear the winner’s review on the unit as well!)

    Take time to smell the rose is a fun blog to follow – Chari is a SAHM with one son, expecting baby number 2. Her blog has some great reviews, recommendations and giveaways! She has some great tips and ideas for us mommies. Her latest blog on menu planning was a great read for me. Yes, with four kids I feel like I have a large family, and I feel like I need a little more logistics going on! And menu planning would be great for me. I do cook family meals every night – and we eat together as a family nightly (working around numerous schedules!). I work hard to offer healthy yet tasty meals for my family. However, I am awful at planning! This means I make numerous trips to the grocery store in a week. I think I will make a (mini) New Year’s resolution to plan meals ahead better and make fewer trip to the store. Wish me luck!

    Happy Holidays!

    Just wanted to wish all our friends a very happy holiday season. May your holidays be filled with peace, love and joy – and all the fun that this time of year brings! Wishing that you have all that you hope for in the new year.

    -Your friends at BabyBeat

    BabyBeat BB250A reviewed by the children’s nook

    The BabyBeat BB250A was recently given a rave review by Angela from The Children’s Nook. She loved being able to hear her baby’s heartbeat, but more so sharing the experience with family and friends. Her older son was able to hear the new baby’s heartbeat – and help in preparing him for the arrival.

    The Children’s Nook is a great site focused at great children’s books. Building a library for your children is a beautiful gift that will last them a lifetime. If you are looking for a special book for either your own child or a special gift – she has some great recommendations. But she also has some great giveaways, coupons and freebies – and who doesn’t like all those things?

    BabyBeat is offering a 10% discount code to all of The Children’s Nook’s followers – simply enter code CN10 at checkout for your discount on all our fetal Dopplers, breast pumps and infant scales and monitors.

    Maternity Leave? What’s that?

    A part of me feels like this post should be started with a BAAAAHAAAAAAHAAAAA. But, that is not very professional. So instead I will start it with – did you know that among ALL industrialized nations worldwide, the United States is the ONLY country that does not have paid maternity leave? I suppose this topic interests me because I have quite a number of friends in other countries – and as we have added to our families this is a topic that has been widely discussed.

    Here in the United States many moms do have the “luxury” of some amount of pay (60%ish) during maternity leave thanks to short-term disability benefits. That is if you are lucky (or rich) enough that you have previously paid into short-term disability. This is not something you can just sign up for once you find out you are pregnant. Nor is it a company covered benefit – the employee must elect to have the coverage and pay the premium.

    The United States also so generously enacted the FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act) in 1993 – a federal law that requires many employers to allow their employees (both male and female) 12 weeks of UNPAID leave after the birth or adoption of a child. This act is guaranteeing parents the security of their jobs, not paying them on leave. This act does have exceptions as well:

    • If the company has fewer than 50 employees, it is exempt from the FMLA and employees are not entitled to its benefits.
    • If you have worked for the company for fewer than 25 hours per week for 50 weeks, it is exempt from the FMLA and you are not entitled to its benefits.
    • If you are one of the top 10% of wage earners at your company and your employer can prove that your absence would cause significant financial harm, you are entitled to your unpaid leave but you may not be entitled to your job when you return.
    • If you and your partner are employed by the same company, you are only entitled to 12 weeks total time off, not 12 weeks each.
    • You will likely be required to “use up” all your vacation days, sick leave, and personal days – which is deducted from your 12 weeks leave (not in addition to).

    So, it does seem that the United States is somewhat behind the times on this subject. It would be very interesting to get some feedback from moms from other countries as to what the laws are regarding maternity leave in their countries. Also, I will add that it appears that times are  changing – Many states, like California, already offer paid family leave. And others, like Washington State, New Jersey and Washington DC, have passed leave programs as well. Good job!

    Getting ready for the holidays…

    If you are feeling just a bit dazed, or maybe frazzled, as the holiday season approaches, join the club! It is often overwhelming getting ready for the holidays. Shopping, cleaning, cooking – again and again. So, if you are stuck staring into the cavity of your turkey wondering what to do with the bird, here are a few helpful tips…

    1. BRINE – This seems to be a very important step in the turkey-making process. Or at least in the making a delicious turkey process. Brining consists of submerging the turkey in a salt-seasoned water for a day or two before roasting. You can use a mixture of 1 gallon of water, 1 cup kosher salt, 1/2 cup sugar, plus spices such as pepper, bay leaves, sage or thyme and garlic. This ensures a moist turkey. Make sure you thoroughly rinse and dry the bird after brining. You can dry it inside and out with paper towels or let the bird air dry in the refrigerator.

    2. TRUSS – This step is simply tying your turkey up. You want to sew the cavity shut with soaked wooden or metal skewers. You can also tie the legs and wings to the bird creating a more compact mass to allow for more even cooking.

    3. TURN – This step seems to be optional. If you like to cook your bird breast up, you should  be fine. Some chefs however recommend turning the bird. For example, start with the bird breast side down for about 45 minutes. Then turn the bird over for the remainder of the cooking time.

    4. TEMPERATURE – Overcooking the turkey is a common mistake. Make sure you let the turkey sit at room temperature for about an hour before placing in th oven. Cooking the bird to about 160 for the breast and 165 for the thigh is a good temperature. The temperature will raise slightly once the turkey is removed from the oven and resting. (The USDA also recommends 165 degrees for turkey).

    Good luck!

    Review by Mama to 4 Blessings…

    The BabyBeat Doppler was recently reveiwed by blogger Mama to 4 blessings!

    Mama to 4 blessings is a blog site by a homeschooling, product-testing mama! Nicole is one very busy woman for sure. Nicole will soon be a mom to 4 little blessings (just like me!) – so will be getting even busier! If you need any ideas or just like to check up on what homeschoolers are up to – check out her site. She has some fun and creative learning games for kids of various ages. She also loves to blog about her little ones and what they are up to – great to follow.

    She is having a give-away for our MommyDop Fetal Doppler. There are numerous ways to enter, so you have more than one chance of winning! Good luck!