A Breakdown of Birth in the USA

A Breakdown of Birth in the USA

August 13, 2013

In the US a child is born every 7.4 seconds which combines to make an average of 4.3 million newborns each year in the US. Getting there is not cheap either, an uncomplicated delivery with a twenty four hour hospital stay usually costs between $8,000 – $10,000. The average age for a first child is […]

Visualizing Your Baby

Visualizing Your Baby’s First Year in an Infographic

July 15, 2013

Infographics are hot, and now you can get a customized one that illustrates highlights from your baby’s first year. Fill in 16 personal details – including Halloween costume, first words, places visited, visual growth milestones plus much more. Source

The Language of the Beatles Abbey Road

The Language of the Beatles Abbey Road

June 27, 2013

This infographic breaks down the words from the Beatles Album, “Abbey Road.” It provides information for the number of words on the album and the most commonly used words in the songs. Finally it breaks down the percentage of song words in the album in GSL. Source

Baby Shower Gifts Timeline

Baby Shower Gifts Timeline

May 29, 2013

You may not be sure what kind of toys a baby should have. It’s likely that you hear conflicting advice that runs from one extreme to another. If you open your eyes to the many wonders in our world, you’ll see that you don’t have to spend a fortune to keep your baby happy, interested, […]

Pregnancy Week by Week

Pregnancy Week by Week

April 18, 2013

Interesting facts about the fetus growing. Nice size comparison to fruits. Source

Five Things You Didn

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Bab…

March 12, 2013

@ConsumerBell put together five things you didn’t know about baby food, pulling together stats about manufacturers, consumers, trends and finances. Source

Baby Bathtub Safety

Baby Bathtub Safety

September 1, 2012

ConsumerBell put together a few stats on baby safety in the bath. Source

How do you feed your baby

How do you feed your baby

August 8, 2012

We’ve discovered that there’s some big issues when it comes for parents to feed their babies AGREE, especially in the first years of life. Industrialization has cahanged the way that we eat. It’s lead to the miracle of cheap and abundant calories but it’s also been the root cause of an ever expending obesity epitdemic […]

Preemie Lungs

Preemie Lungs

July 2, 2012

Almost every baby will contract RSV by age 2, but only 1/3 of moms say they’ve heard of the virus. Serious RSV infection is the leading cause of infant hospitalization, responsible for more than 125,000 hospitalizations and up to 500 infant deaths each year. Source

How I feel about your baby

How I feel about your baby

July 1, 2012

The truth about how I feel about your baby.

America

America’s Billion Dollar Baby Scam

June 7, 2012

There are all kinds of amazing products out there to help new parents, and I am a strong proponent of using technology to assist with parenting. That being said, it’s interesting to know facts regarding the popularity of products that depart from expert recommendations. For instance, Disney’s series of “Baby Einstein” DVDs were owned by […]

Baby Milestones

Baby Milestones

June 3, 2012

Baby Milestones illustrates what most parents wonder and worry about when they are waiting for their little one. We enlisted the help of top mommy bloggers to put this together. The infographic includes when parents can expect their baby to say “mama” or “dada” to how much they’ll spend on diapers and babysitters. Source