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How Your Brain Changes To Prepare For A Baby

Ch-ch-check out this fantastic blog post on the science of nesting, and how a mom's brain actually readies itself for the trials and tribulations of parenting!

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Vanessa Lachey: Nick Is 'Nesting' To Get Ready For Baby

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Nick Lachey is going down the road less travelled as him and his wife Vanessa Lachey prepare themselves for the birth of their first baby.

Vanessa says her husband is trusting his maternal instincts more and more, and she loves it!

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Turtle: The Incredible Journey

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OMGEZE!

A movie about about baby turtles is coming out!!!
(have movie producers been reading our diary?)

Miranda Richardson (from The Hours and Sleepy Hollow) is narrating this new nature doc called Turtle: The Incredible Journey.

The film follows the life and migration of a loggerhead turtle from hatching to maturity and a return to its original Florida nesting grounds.

The trailer reminds us of Disneynature’s Earth or March of the Penguins - check it out!

The doc opens on June 24.

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Endangered Albatross Found Nesting In US

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An endangered species of albatross has been found nesting in US territory, Pacific Ocean atolls in the Hawaiian island chain.

The albatross was thought to be extinct a while ago, however recently it has been restricted to only two breeding sites, Torishima and the Senkaku islands in Japan, according to the American Bird Conservancy.

It has been said that the discovery of a nest on Kure Atoll and another in Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge "marks a potential turning point for the species."

The albatross was thought to have been wiped out in the 1940s due to feather hunting, however a few of them were found again in the 1950s.

The American Bird Conservancy is very excited about this new discovery because, "establishing another secure nesting site is one of the highest priorities for the species' recovery."

Exciting news!!

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