February 2010

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Watch How You Hold That Crayon*

Watch How You Hold That Crayon*

Just when you thought we’d reached the heights of absurdity in kid-coaching, a new trend trumps them all …

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DAILY FIND: A Great Resource-Finding Tool

DAILY FIND: A Great Resource-Finding Tool

This is an easy way to locate service providers you may be looking for – acupuncturists, doulas, lactation consultants included!

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First Mama Says “Let’s Move”!

First Mama Says “Let’s Move”!

Michelle Obama’s new initiative to fight childhood obesity hits 4 critical principles. What are they?

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DAILY FIND: The Breast Whisperer

DAILY FIND: The Breast Whisperer

Is she a modern necessity or a sign of over-anxious, zealous mothering? You decide.

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DAILY FIND: Losing Friendships On Facebook

DAILY FIND: Losing Friendships On Facebook

Hey mamas, hear from a 23 year-old how Facebook is changing the whole notion of friendship — and not in a good way. Take notes.

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Can I Have A Sleep-Over With My Boyfriend?

Dear Mamas, I am single with young children and want to date. What are the rules here?

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DAILY FIND: No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

DAILY FIND: No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

Read how one mom almost got arrested for simply helping out her neighbor in the morning. Oh my…

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The Cough Trick: A Simple Way To Take The Pain Away

The Cough Trick: A Simple Way To Take The Pain Away

Why didn’t we think of that? Whatever it takes to lessen the hurt when it’s time to get a shot.

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My 7 ‘Mommy Mulligan’ Moments

In golf, a Mulligan is simply  a “do-over.” Hit a bad shot?  Take a Mulligan and replay that stroke as if it never happened.  In life, we Moms all have moments when we’ve wished fervently for a Mulligan.  Times we’re not proud of, reactions we’d like to take back the instant they happen. This may […]

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DAILY FIND: Childproofing Tips

DAILY FIND: Childproofing Tips

Go room-to-room and find out what not to forget when clearing the decks for that super-curious toddler.

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