Week 47 of 2009

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THE DAILY FIND: The Marshmallow Test

THE DAILY FIND: The Marshmallow Test

Click below and discover what delayed gratification can do to encourage lifelong success for your little peanut.

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Meet the AMiNals!

Meet the AMiNals!

Check out this new line of huggable, soft dolls inspired by kid’s drawings (complete with misspellings) … We LOVE ’em!

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THE DAILY FIND:              Saying ‘Yes’ To The Shot In Spite Of It All

THE DAILY FIND: Saying ‘Yes’ To The Shot In Spite Of It All

What’s it really like to have a child come down with swine flu? Click below for the link. A must-read!

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THE DAILY FIND: MindfulMomma.com

THE DAILY FIND: MindfulMomma.com

Go to mindfulmomma.com and learn how to ban toxic cleaning products from your home. You’ll love her and her site … we just know it. Click below for the link.

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Madame, Pleeze Give Me Zee Breast!

Madame, Pleeze Give Me Zee Breast!

Breaking News: Babies are born with regional accents!

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THE DAILY FIND:  Flu Story: A Pregnant Woman’s Ordeal

THE DAILY FIND: Flu Story: A Pregnant Woman’s Ordeal

Click below for the link to one mom’s powerful cautionary tale.

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DAILY FIND: Sittercity.com

DAILY FIND: Sittercity.com

is an ingenious website that helps you find competent babysitters in your area.

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Just ‘Cuz They’re Little, Doesn’t Mean They’re Stupid

Just ‘Cuz They’re Little, Doesn’t Mean They’re Stupid

Ever notice how some people tend to speak louder to a person who’s blind? It’s like they assume that since the guy can’t see, he can’t hear either.

Painful and embarrassing to witness if you happen to be standing there. And annoying, I’m sure …

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“Mommy, My Tummy Hurts!”

It always seems to happen just as you’re getting everyone ready for school, or a family outing, or a visit to Grammy’s house.  If you’re really unlucky, it’s when you’ve finally got all the coats on and the shoes tied, and are all set to  head to the airport for that trip-of-a-lifetime Hawaii vacation. One […]

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