Week 36 of 2011

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DAILY FIND: How To Build Imagination

DAILY FIND: How To Build Imagination

Want to bring some magic into your child’s life? Build a fairy house together!

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Supporting A Friend With A Worrisome Pregnancy

My friend’s coming baby carries several markers for a chromosomal defect. I want to be supportive without being intrusive or putting my foot in my mouth…Help!

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DAILY FIND: Daddy, My Pillow Smells

DAILY FIND: Daddy, My Pillow Smells

You know those times when you laugh so hard you can’t breathe? Read this blog post if you dare.

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DAILY FIND: How to Fix Math Education

DAILY FIND: How to Fix Math Education

Why didn’t we think of that?

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How Am I Doing?

How Am I Doing?

There’s one thing that mothers and fathers everywhere wonder about from the moment they bring that little baby home until the day they die …. Am I a good parent? Am I doing it right? We all struggle with this and it doesn’t help that very few of us get any real training in pulling […]

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DAILY FIND: Home Alone … at What Age?

DAILY FIND: Home Alone … at What Age?

Conventional wisdom says that 12 is the magic age when children can be left alone. Really?

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Is it Contagious? New FREE App!

Is it Contagious? New FREE App!

We LOVE this easy-to-use app that provides instant information about infections and more.

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DAILY FIND: Are You As Fertile As You Look?

DAILY FIND: Are You As Fertile As You Look?

Pilates, a healthy diet, and a touch of Botox can make us look years younger than we are. But do our eggs get the message?

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