November 2009

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THE DAILY FIND: CyberMonday.com

THE DAILY FIND: CyberMonday.com

is a website/shopping mall that allows you to comparison shop, get great deals from over 550 merchants, free shipping, and rebate dollars to boot. Click below for the link.

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T-Shirt Parenting. Can it Work?

Today I went online and bought younger son a t-shirt with a funny, clever slogan.  This is nothing new — I do it all the time and he loves it.  Sometimes I buy them for older son, who likes it OK, but doesn’t love it like younger son.  Daughter doesn’t like it at all, and […]

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THE DAILY FIND: Shop Goodwill

THE DAILY FIND: Shop Goodwill

Shopgoodwill.com is the first Internet auction site created, owned and operated by a nonprofit organization. Click below for the link.

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DAILY FIND: Young People Who Rock

DAILY FIND: Young People Who Rock

is a weekly interview series (from CNN) focused on people under 30 who are doing remarkable things.

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We Don’t Hit In Our Family

I’m embarrassed to say that my 18 month old is starting to hit me when I say ‘no’ to her. How should I react?

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DAILY FIND: armyofwomen.org

DAILY FIND: armyofwomen.org

Dr. Susan Love is leading the war against breast cancer in women. Click the link to find out how to join her army.

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THE DAILY FIND: Chocolate Milk May Reduce Inflammation

THE DAILY FIND: Chocolate Milk May Reduce Inflammation

Your kids will say they knew it all along, but now there’s scientific evidence. Click below for the link.

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Is Lice a Dirty Word?

Is Lice a Dirty Word?

The dreaded L word. Do you know the facts?

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MAMAS ALERT!

MAMAS ALERT!

2.1 million Stork Craft cribs have been recalled due to deaths linked to drop down sides…

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THE DAILY FIND: Peas of Mind Veggie Wedgies

THE DAILY FIND: Peas of Mind Veggie Wedgies

Designed for picky toddlers, these baked crispy fries are made from real veggies … and nothing yucky added! Click below for the link.

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