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Apr11
Finfare for the Common Tot

Finfare for the Common Tot

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By Eden Marriott Kennedy You should have heard my son, Jackson, when he first got his hands on this pop-up book. He opened the first page and shouted, “WOW!” He turned the next page and became thoroughly entranced. “WOW,” he said. I left him in silence at the dining room table to go unload the […]

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Mar15
Bring On The Meltdown!

Bring On The Meltdown!

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By Matthew Baldwin Raising a child, like any noble endeavor, requires sacrifice. In the name of parenthood you’ll be called up to get up at all hours of the night, tighten your purse strings, forego weekend carousing at your local alehouse, and resist the urge to shout cathartic four-letter words when your laptop crashes. But […]

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Mar08
Must See Mom TV

Must See Mom TV

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The power of information—classic Dr. Spock-type advice plus dish on all the newest innovations and hippest trends—is the draw of Alpha Mom TV, a cable channel started by 34-year-old working mother Isabel Kallman. Kallman believes Alpha Mom TV is a salve for new mothers’ busy lives. Aired nationally on Comcast’s video on demand, it’s available […]

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Feb16
I Con You Because I Love You

I Con You Because I Love You

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By Jennifer Mattern My husband is an easy mark. I knew I was in big trouble the day I found him on his knees outside Kid #1’s locked bedroom door. “Time-out is over,” he was yelling. “It’s time to come out of time-out.” Silence. “I mean it,” he whimpered. “Just TWO MORE MINUTES in time-out […]

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Feb09

Dream, Draw and Dress

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By Melissa Summers Letting my daughter create her own t-shirt has been a lesson in letting go. When I first opened the package of Peace Monkey’s Do-It-Yourself Tees, I was instantly struck with the kind of crippling anxiety which will only grip an anally-retentive adult when faced with a permanent marker, a t-shirt and an […]

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Jan25
Shhh… It’s a Secret… Tell all your Friends

Shhh… It’s a Secret… Tell all your Friends

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By Melissa Summers I hate to pay full price for anything. Where I’m from, Michigan, paying full price for anything is like taking money and tossing it into your garbage disposal. How could you possibly pay full price when there’s a discount available? When I’m shopping online, at the checkout I’ll be asked “Do you […]

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