Week 20 of 2010

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Facebook For Kids? It’s Togetherville

Facebook For Kids? It’s Togetherville

What if you had to choose between having your kids on Facebook and adding more online time, even if it IS age-appropriate?

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DAILY FIND: Does Alcohol Worsen Allergies?

DAILY FIND: Does Alcohol Worsen Allergies?

For mamas who suffer … does it? Really?

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DAILY FIND: Gupta Interviews Jamie Oliver

DAILY FIND: Gupta Interviews Jamie Oliver

We have a Mamas crush on both these guys. Listen in on the conversation.

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DAILY FIND: Harry Potter Theme Park To Open This Summer

DAILY FIND: Harry Potter Theme Park To Open This Summer

Don’t forget your wand if you go. Oh, and your cape, too.

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Sex In The City … And In The Suburbs

My 11 year-old daughter has been invited to a slumber party and I’m really uncomfortable with what I’ve heard so far…

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MAMAS ALERT: BPA Present in Most Canned Food

MAMAS ALERT: BPA Present in Most Canned Food

We’ve written about BPA before, but this new warning covers virtually all canned food products …

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Adoption Can Be Tough On Parents, Too

Adoption Can Be Tough On Parents, Too

We know that birth mothers can suffer from the baby blues and post-partum depression. But what about adoptive moms?

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DAILY FIND: Heroes For My Son

DAILY FIND: Heroes For My Son

You will be moved beyond imagination when you read this Dad’s story. Unintended consequences with an upside …

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Am I The Mama I Thought I’d Be? Part 1

Are you the Mama you thought you’d be? The question was posed to us by the creators of the parenting event, Mamafest. And that got us thinking … Here are my musings, Ellen will share hers next week. In lots of ways I’d say that I am. My parenting style was pretty planned and deliberate. […]

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MamasOnCall Meets Mamafest!

MamasOnCall Meets Mamafest!

Ellen and Rachel were featured LIVE! at Mamafest San Diego on May 7th. It was a mega-parenting event with everything MAMA under the sun. For our full remarks, check out the Mama to Mama Blog below …

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