Week 15 of 2011

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DAILY FIND: The Word ‘Retard’

DAILY FIND: The Word ‘Retard’

Freedom of speech or words that hurt? One mom explains …

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DAILY FIND: Does Back Sleeping = Flat Heads?

DAILY FIND: Does Back Sleeping = Flat Heads?

Have you seen those cute little helmets on babies? Maybe yours has one …

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Is it a Cold or Allergies?

Is it a Cold or Allergies?

Symptoms that seem cold-like are easily confused, but it’s important to know the difference.

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DAILY FIND: Shakespeare Invented Teenagers

DAILY FIND: Shakespeare Invented Teenagers

Were Romeo and Juliet the first teenagers EVER?

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You’ll never see these ads again …

You’ll never see these ads again …

At least we hope not!

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The Name Game

The Name Game

One of the things that smacks you in the face the minute you become a mother, or a mother-to-be, is the fact that you are going to be the one making all the critical, far-reaching decisions for this new little person from now until forever. After that realization has sunk in and you begin to […]

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DAILY FIND: iPhone Apps for Kids

DAILY FIND: iPhone Apps for Kids

We may not be convinced it’s a good thing, but it’s up to you to decide …

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DAILY FIND: Ask Elizabeth

DAILY FIND: Ask Elizabeth

Actress Elizabeth Berkley answers our daughters’ thorny questions. Brilliant!

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The Human Planet

The Human Planet

We can’t wait to watch this amazing, GORGEOUS mini-series about man’s relationship with nature…

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