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30 March 2013

A ‘worrisome’ risk: Most babies are fed solid food too soon, study finds {NBC News}
Physicians’ groups settled on the 6-month cut-off after earlier research determined that children who get solid food at too early might be at a greater risk for developing chronic diseases, such as diabetes, obesity, eczema and celiac disease, Scanlon said.

Ten poopie diaper scenarios {Baby Sideburns}
Disclaimer: Cussing (Also: Hilarious)
2. Ho-hummm, I wonder what I can do to make my mommy’s job harder. Oh, I know! I’m gonna dip my feet into the pupu platter and watch her freak out and say nooooo and then wipe them down with a wipe like a thousand times. And then just as soon as she’s done I’m gonna stick my toes in my mouth and really freak her out.

The stories that bind us {The New York Times}
The more children knew about their family’s history, the stronger their sense of control over their lives, the higher their self-esteem and the more successfully they believed their families functioned. The “Do You Know?” scale turned out to be the best single predictor of children’s emotional health and happiness.

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