Week 31 of 2010

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DAILY FIND: Are Dads As Stressed As Moms?

DAILY FIND: Are Dads As Stressed As Moms?

You may not have noticed that the tides have turned. Enlighten yourself …

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DAILY FIND: 10 Super Foods For Kids

DAILY FIND: 10 Super Foods For Kids

Get your kid addicted to these colorful, tasty, nutrient-packed super foods!

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Breast IS Best, But Giselle — Really??

Breast IS Best, But Giselle — Really??

Supermodels as parenting experts? Have we lost our minds?

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DAILY FIND: Diaper Duty Basics

DAILY FIND: Diaper Duty Basics

For everything you need to know about diapers and diapering. Seriously.

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MAMAS ALERT: Whooping Cough Epidemic

MAMAS ALERT: Whooping Cough Epidemic

Also known as pertussis, this preventable childhood infection can be deadly for infants under 6 months.

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Everybody Gets High, Everybody Gets Low …

Everybody Gets High, Everybody Gets Low …

Better living through chemistry … it’s not just for grown-ups anymore.

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DAILY FIND: Oh No, You Can’t Name Your Baby THAT!

DAILY FIND: Oh No, You Can’t Name Your Baby THAT!

Did you know there are laws about the names you give your own children?

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Shonda Schilling, the Mamas, and Asperger’s

Shonda Schilling, the Mamas, and Asperger’s

We recently had the opportunity to talk with Shonda Schilling, wife of baseball great Curt Schilling, about her new book, The Best Kind of Different: Our Family’s Journey with Asperger’s Syndrome. In it she talks about life with her 10-year-old son, Grant, who was diagnosed with Asperger’s three years ago. We knew that this mama would […]

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Lessons From To Kill A Mockingbird

Lessons From To Kill A Mockingbird

This classic novel was a huge success in 1960, and it offers parents some great tools in 2010.

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DAILY FIND: The Unglamorous Life Of A Teenaged Dad

DAILY FIND: The Unglamorous Life Of A Teenaged Dad

If you have a son, this cautionary tale may factor into that birds ‘n bees conversation.

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