May 2012

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Mommy, what’s vegan?

Mommy, what’s vegan?

Slowly, but surely, issues around diet and nutrition are filtering down to kids of all ages. Childhood obesity, school lunches, vending machine wars, and junk food controversies are entering the awareness of the younger set, and parents everywhere are wondering how to talk to their kids about food and food politics. What’s the best way […]

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Inside the Teen Brain

Inside the Teen Brain

The human brain doesn’t reach full growth until the mid to late 20’s, but what does that really mean?

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Bad Mamas On Parade!

Bad Mamas On Parade!

These mamas make everyone else look good by comparison … even if they are animals!

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It’s About Language …

It’s About Language …

Talk to me, baby! This is one of the best we’ve read about enhancing verbal development in your kiddo.

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Ultimate Toddler Food: a reference

Ultimate Toddler Food: a reference

A list of never-fail ideas for meals, snacks and just because foods for your little one …

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News U Can Use: Don’t slide with a toddler on your lap!

News U Can Use: Don’t slide with a toddler on your lap!

When a shoe gets jammed against the edge of the slide with a parent aboard the force can break a leg … and you’ll be shocked by how often it happens!

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What Do You Think Of Birding?

My friends and I have been arguing over the idea of pre-chewing your baby’s food…!

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5 Not-So-Obvious Food Poisoning Dangers

5 Not-So-Obvious Food Poisoning Dangers

Lesser-known bad actors could be lurking in your kitchen and easy ways to avoid them.

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Health Care Is Broken For Our Kids, Too

Health Care Is Broken For Our Kids, Too

A friend called yesterday to ask my advice about her 12 year old son who has a seizure disorder. I could hear the angst, not to mention the white knuckled, p.o.’d anger in her voice as she described what has been going on. Tyler had his first seizure in elementary school, and any parent who’s […]

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