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Winita Frederick

Winita is a staff writer at Scooterbay Publishing Inc. She has a bachelor's degree in English Literature and worked as a library assistant and elementary school tutor throughout college. When she's not writing, she enjoys outdoor exercise, reading at the library, and spending time with family and friends.

Articles by Winita

To Prevent SIDS, Infants Should Sleep in their Parents’ Bedrooms

Infants should sleep in the same room as their parents but on a separate surface during their first year to avoid Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, also known as SIDS, according to new guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Unsolicited Pregnancy Attention Part 2: Family

You’re pregnant! Or you’re trying to get pregnant! Either way, close and extended family will want to give you loads unsolicited pregnancy advice and you’ll need to find a way to set boundaries.

Space-Themed Nurseries

It might be the buzz around Star Trek Beyond or just the calming effect of star gazing on a summer night, but space-themed nurseries are in style!

Baby Maternity Awards Spotlight

Baby Maternity Mag’s 3rd annual Awards Program was a huge hit, with the hottest items of the year getting their moment in the sweet Las Vegas sun!

Unsolicited Pregnancy Attention Part 1: Prying Strangers

Pregnancy is a uniquely private and public experience. The details of your conception and family planning are usually kept between you, your partner, and maybe a small support group of medical professionals… until you start showing, that is.

Baby Shower Alternatives

If you want to hold an unconventional party this baby shower season, check out the ideas used by new parents in 2015.

This Mother’s Day, Share Your #MomWin to help Another Mom Win

This Mother’s Day, Vitamin Angels wants you to share your #momwin on their landing page to help provide a mom in need with prenatal vitamins for an entire year.

Wowie Star Teethers

WowieStar features a 360-degree, symmetrical anti-choke design. Its dimensions give full coverage from new front teeth to incoming back molars.
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