Week 49 of 2009

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What’s In A Name?

What’s In A Name?

Before you sign off on the birth certificate, make sure you check out the Babynamewizard.

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THE DAILY FIND: Dooce.com

THE DAILY FIND: Dooce.com

Mommy blogging with a twist. Love her or hate her, she’s never boring. Go to dooce.com and decide for yourself.

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The Bedwetting Secret

The Bedwetting Secret

Think your kid’s all alone? Think again. Chances are one of his closest friends wets too.

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THE DAILY FIND: Can You Boost Your Child’s IQ?

THE DAILY FIND: Can You Boost Your Child’s IQ?

Did you know that your child’s brain reaches 90% of adult size by age 4? Click below to get the facts and boost learning for your kiddos.

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My Kid Won’t Take A Bath

Help! My son, age 24 months, has suddenly become afraid of taking a bath. He has always enjoyed his bath and nothing unusual has happened to make him scared…

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THE DAILY FIND:  Smartmomjewelry.com

THE DAILY FIND: Smartmomjewelry.com

Why didn’t WE think of this?? Bling for moms made just for teething toddlers. Looks great and feels great … click below for the link.

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Mmmm … What Smells So Good?

Mmmm … What Smells So Good?

Cheap, simple aromatherapy you can make in a snap!

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THE DAILY FIND: Road Trip Boredom Busters

THE DAILY FIND: Road Trip Boredom Busters

Travelin’ by car this holiday season? KidsHealth has what you need to tame the beasts in the back seat. Click below for the link.

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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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