Thank you for joining us for a fantastic Quilting Month II! Thanks to our inspiring, quilting contributors for a successful series of tutorials, tips, projects and more. Thanks also to our Sew,Mama,Sew! Editorial Board, Jacquie, Rita, Kajsa and Kellie, for helping us plan and create a fun month for us all!
Under Massachusetts Education Reform legislation, all schools have been required to have School Councils since September 19th, 1993. At John R. Briggs Elementary School, the School Council has been meeting regularly since February 1992. The Council is comprised of parents, community members, teachers, and administration. The School Council is committed to promoting the goals of our School Improvement Plan. Meetings are held on a monthly basis during the school year.
This is not easy, but rest assured, it will happen. By the end of the first month, new parents discover that their baby lets them slip into a comfortable (but exhausting) routine. If this is your first baby, you probably feel totally amateurish. Relax, let your baby:’s cues guide you and very soon you will be a seasoned pro!
Your baby will probably sleep 12-18 hours a day between regular feedings. If you are lucky, your baby will sleep for longer stretches at night. Do not let your one-month old baby sleep through the night. At this age, infants need to feed at least every 2-3 hours for healthy development. Regular feeds are also important in stimulating your milk supply, which will get established during the first month.