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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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Dec16
Alpha Mom’s Favorite Gift for the Holidays: Last Minute Idea

Alpha Mom’s Favorite Gift for the Holidays: Last Minute Idea

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By Heather B. Armstrong of dooce.com When the Buddha Board arrived and I removed the red laptop from its sleek packaging my husband had to pick his jaw up off the floor. “You shouldn’t have!” he said, convinced I had bought him a new computer. “I didn’t!” I shot back, hiding the tablet behind my […]

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Dec10
BREAKING NEWS: Child and Infant CPR Guidelines Changed

BREAKING NEWS: Child and Infant CPR Guidelines Changed

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By Alpha Mom Editorial Staff and reviewed by Vanessa J. Anton, EMT American Heart Association (AHA) announces changes to its guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for Infants and Children Alpha Mom wants to keep you up to the minute on important health issues for you and your children. Below is a synopsis of the major […]

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Nov12
Watch when you want to

Watch when you want to

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By Mike Duffy Free Press TV Writer All power to the people — the television-viewing people. Comcast has about 1 million subscribers in the Detroit area. It is also No. 1 nationally, with 21.5 million U.S. subscribers. Its 3-year-old On Demand catalog has more than 3,800 programs, movies, music videos, sports broadcasts, children’s shows and […]

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Nov08
Parents learn to cope with child’s tantrums

Parents learn to cope with child’s tantrums

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By Shannon Mullen, Staff Writer It is hard to watch, especially if you have ever experienced something similar yourself. The blond-haired preschooler, enraged that she was denied a seat beside her friend, flails her arms and fists and wails like a fire engine in a red-hot hurry. Five minutes pass, 10 minutes, and still she […]

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