Week 14 of 2010

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DAILY FIND: Mothers-In-Law … Is There A Problem?

DAILY FIND: Mothers-In-Law … Is There A Problem?

Who’s got it worse – women or men?

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Breast Feeding: Personal Choice or Public Health Issue?

Breast Feeding: Personal Choice or Public Health Issue?

Wait until you see just how wide-ranging that decision to nurse really is! A must-read …

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TOMS Shoes

TOMS Shoes

Have you heard? TOMS will give away one pair of new shoes for every pair they sell. One for One. This is entrepreneurship and philanthropy at it’s best! Read on …

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DAILY FIND: Sex After Childbirth?

DAILY FIND: Sex After Childbirth?

Many new moms cringe at the thought of sex following the birth of a child – sometimes for as long as a year later. Find out why.

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Pot-Smoking Daddy

Dear Mamas,
This is a sticky one. My husband and I have been married for 10 years…

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DAILY FIND: Create A Bond That’s Stronger Than Glue

DAILY FIND: Create A Bond That’s Stronger Than Glue

This story made us cry a little. Let’s hear it for dads! Read it for inspiration yourself!

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Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution

Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution

We’ve never endorsed a TV show before, but Jamie is the REAL DEAL. A reality show even a Mama will love …

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DAILY FIND: Worried About Your Child’s Allergies?

DAILY FIND: Worried About Your Child’s Allergies?

Don’t be! There’s lots you can do to make things better and ward off the runny noses. Read on!

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Your One-Liner Childhood

Today I read a funny and fascinating article by Richard Paddock called One-Liner Childhoods. The author recounted how he and his friends could easily sum up their growing years in one line that began “My Mom is so Berkeley …”. The concept became so popular that it spawned a Facebook group with over 1,150 members called […]

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Stop The Power Struggle!

Stop The Power Struggle!

Any time you deal with little kids, you have to expect an ongoing, gut-wrenching power struggle that sometimes reaches epic proportions … right?

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