Week 35 of 2011

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DAILY FIND: Best Bizarre Barbies

DAILY FIND: Best Bizarre Barbies

Take a look at the top 10 bizarre Barbies. Bet you can’t guess them all.

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Are You Kidding Me?????

Are You Kidding Me?????

We’re calling for a boycott of JC Penney for subjecting our daughters to this back-to-school (REALLY??) t-shirt of the incredibly offensive kind.

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DAILY FIND: College Bound?

DAILY FIND: College Bound?

Listen up and take notes if yours is going now or in the next few years. No time like the present to get them prepared!

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What is MRSA?

A little boy in my son’s preschool has a skin infection and I don’t know how alarmed I should be.

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DAILY FIND: Fetal Sex at 7 Weeks?

DAILY FIND: Fetal Sex at 7 Weeks?

Several testing kits claim to predict gender long before standard measures. Do you buy it?

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The Experts Weigh In — A Teen With HIV

Last week we presented a case — an ethical dilemma — involving Lisa, a young teen who is about to become sexually active. What Lisa doesn’t know is that she acquired HIV at birth and has been taking medication which she believes are vitamins up to this point. Her parents have withheld this information in […]

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DAILY FIND: Secret Life of a Rock Dad

DAILY FIND: Secret Life of a Rock Dad

Is there something in your past you don’t want your kids to know? This dad’s rocker youth remained a secret until …

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DAILY FIND: Unwanted Parenting Advice

DAILY FIND: Unwanted Parenting Advice

Uninvited comments about your parenting can make you want to tear your hair out (or hers).

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Get it Done Homework Quiz

Get it Done Homework Quiz

School is here and there’s no better time for a new strategy! This quiz can help your guys step up to the plate.

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