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BabyCenter My Pregnancy Today

Track your pregnancy day by day and feel more prepared for your babys birth.

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BabyCenter Birth Class

Prepare for labor and birth in the comfort of your own home by taking an instructor-led birth class from BabyCenter, the most trusted pregnancy and...

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Mom Feed | BabyCenter

Get a steady stream of personalized, age-based advice for parents of kids age 1+

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My Baby Today | BabyCenter

What does every new parent need? Support. Advice. Reminders. Reasons to laugh! My Baby Today is packed with tools and information to help you be...

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My Pregnancy Today | BabyCenter

Expecting? Get the must-have pregnancy app for every parent-to-be. Brought to you by BabyCenter, the parenting resource trusted by over 100 million...

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Mermaid Mommy Newborn Salon, new baby birth hospital & babycenter

Mermaid Mommy is about to give birth to her mermaid baby.Play as a Mermaid doctor, and help her with newborn baby birth in the final moments of her...

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My Baby Today

What does every new parent need? Support. Advice. Reminders. Reasons to laugh. Keep it all by your side 24/7, along with a personalized daily...

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PhonyPhone

BabyCenter's PhonyPhone is made for small talk. This fabulously fun and educational app lets your little one dial the phone and chatter away...

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BabyCenter to be eToys' sole parenting resource

The online toy retailer will replace its own Baby Store with products and information from its BabyCenter.com subsidiary.

By February 17, 2000

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BabyCenter confirms spin-off possibility

The eToys subsidiary announces that it is considering a possible spin-off of its health care marketing division, Consumer Health Interactive.

August 11, 1999

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BabyCenter may spin off health division

The eToys subsidiary is considering spinning off its health care marketing division because its fast growth is "being constrained," according to a memo obtained by CNET News.com.

By August 11, 1999

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Short Take: eToys completes BabyCenter acquisition

eToys is rolling away with BabyCenter in its carriage. EToys says its completed its acquisition of BabyCeter, a site that provides information about babies and pregnancy, as well as thousands of baby products and supplies. Through the deal, eToys said its strengthening the company's ability to target customers from the pregnancy stage through their children's pre-teen years.

By July 2, 1999

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eToys IPO delivers big gains for BabyCenter

BabyCenter was talking with Amazon.com about a deal setting the company's value $100 million, but after eToys swooped in and then went public, the baby-oriented site became worth about nine times that.

May 27, 1999

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BabyCenter acquisition delays eToys IPO

The toy merchant's initial public offering was expected to go out this week, but the $150 million deal to buy BabyCenter will hold up the stock offering.

April 20, 1999

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Short Take: BabyCenter launches online store

BabyCenter, an online guide for new and expectant parents, has launched a new online store to sell baby-oriented products. The store is targeted at the $18 million baby retail market.

October 27, 1998

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Short Take: BabyCenter gets $10 million in funding

Chip giant Intel, along with venture capital firms Bessemer and Trinity, is pumping $10 million in financing into privately held BabyCenter. The funding will allow the online baby resource service to expand its offerings to include a new online baby store. The site currently features parenting news, medical reviews, chat, and a baby-naming guide.

October 19, 1998

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Short Take: BabyCenter launches holiday gift guide

BabyCenter has launched its new Holiday Gift Guide. The guide features baby gift recommendations, product information, and online shopping. BabyCenter also has joined with eToys, offering more than 1,000 of the company's toys on its site.

November 25, 1997

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Short Take: eToys sells health marketing unit

eToys subsidiary BabyCenter announced that it had completed the sale of its Consumer Health Interactive division to an investor group led by J.H. Whitney & Co. BabyCenter sold the health care marketing division for some $20 million in cash and stock, the company said.

January 20, 2000