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‘All Roads Home to Big Sur’ by Alanis Morissette

Images and text by Alanis Morissette. hiking in big sur. ever’s early days….     two months ago we were walking down this same road and i told him he had been on this road 4 times already (altho this

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17 Highly Scientific Facts About Childrearing

Melissa Sher, the amazing blogger known to all as Mammalingo, has decided to reveal 17 highly scientific facts about parenting. Yes, it is no doubt that these facts were painstakingly researched, and now have been offered up as helpful insight for all.

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My Breastfeeding Journey with an ABO Incompatibility

By: Victoria Gensheimer On October 11, 1989, I gave birth to a 9lb. 13oz baby boy. He was my second child. He was healthy and took to breastfeeding like a pro. When he was 22 hours old, I was informed

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Accepting “Mommy Wars” as Complex

By: A.M. IANtB Science Editor In the second episode of HBO TV show The Newsroom, an idealistic executive producer bounces into the meeting room with a whiteboard, where (after accidentally knocking over the entire easel) she outlines the new direction

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Sports Hosts Slam Mets Player for Taking Paternity Leave: “There’s nothing you can do, you’re not breastfeeding the kid.”

New York Mets player Daniel Murphy missed the first two games of the season after birth of his first child. Murphy’s wife was in Florida and happened to go into labor during opening day. He flew to her side to

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Nurturing Genetically “At Risk” Children

James Fallon is a neuroscientist who has spent his career studying psychopaths. On accident, he learned that his brain had revealed someone who had scan patterns indicative to a psychopath. He later found out his family history had a long

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Need: Best New App for Families

This post was brought to you by Need .   Written by Cate Grosch I have unlimited texting for a reason.  I love to send texts.  I love to receive texts.  I write short texts to friends about what time

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A Good Man, a Better Father

“A good man, a better father. How do you honor someone so remarkable?” *(Grab the tissues)

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