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His Wife & Her Mommy :-) Due April 10 (boy); 1 child; Brentwood, New York 600 posts
1st Jun '12
Quoting Milk✯Machine:" I don't think you understood her..... lmao"

No I did but thanks :-D

user banned (boy); 2 kids; Fucking, Austria 36337 posts
1st Jun '12
Quoting Lillie Montalvo:" No I did but thanks :-D"

then why all the spewing of bullshit that had nothing to do with you being a good or bad mother?

gonefromgaga Due July 7 (boy); West Bromwich, United Kingdom 420 posts
1st Jun '12
Quoting Lillie Montalvo:" I went to the beach earlier and saw a lady with a baby. She was sitting right next to her (well not to ... [snip!] ... you take your little one to the beach? And would you bring your 2 week old to the beach with no shade or anything just a hat."

Your friends doctor was absolutely correct - her tanning probably did cause her to go into early labor.
http://ajph.aphapublications.org/doi/abs/10.2105/AJPH.87.7.1205 - OBJECTIVES: The goal of this study was to determine whether a relationship exists between heat-humidity indexes and rates of preterm labor and preterm delivery. METHODS: Preterm labor and delivery rates were compared during the 2 summer and 2 winter weeks with the highest and lowest heat-humidity indexes for each season. RESULTS: The rate of preterm labor increased consistently from 1.23% to 3.00% as the heat-humidity index rose. When preterm births were examined, the trend was similar but not statistically significant. CONCLUSIONS: Given the public health import of preterm labor and the frequency with which pregnant women may be exposed to extremes of heat, studies designed to confirm or refuse our preliminary observations are warranted.

gonefromgaga Due July 7 (boy); West Bromwich, United Kingdom 420 posts
1st Jun '12

Also - http://www.buzzle.com/articles/tanning-while-pregnant.html



Very high temperatures are used during the tanning process. Research suggests that the body temperature of an expectant mother should not rise above 102

**Jess[mommy]Of2^^ 2 kids; Hialeah, Florida 317 posts
1st Jun '12

I live in miami and the heat is so intense down here i WOULD NOT take my son at 2 weeks to the beach, unless i had shade and a tun of sunblock.

Goneforever 2 kids; Las Vegas, Nevada 6418 posts
1st Jun '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting **Jess[mommy]Of2^^:</b>" I live in miami and the heat is so intense down here i WOULD NOT take my son at 2 weeks to the beach, unless i had shade and a tun of sunblock. "</blockquote>




You can't ( or are not suppose) to put sunblock on an infant under 6 months.

Mariah Stephens Due October 30; New York 8 posts
3rd Jun '12

I think it would depend on how hot it was out.

Gosloving 1 child; Washington 12831 posts
3rd Jun '12

Hahaa, damn it. I need to start logging into BG more often.