Archive | September, 2012

Asleep

September 28, 2012

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Friday features Make Me Laugh.  Readers share a humorous family related stories or photos. Please send your submission to:  naomi.laughingmom@gmail.com. Make Me Laugh for September 28, 2012 submitted by Angela C. of Fort Saskatchewan, AB. There isn’t a caption I can think of which could make this photo any funnier.

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Sexiest Formula Fed / Breast Fed Man Alive (or Not Your Typical Formula versus Breast Feeding Post).

September 24, 2012

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I know what you are thinking. A new mom-blogger on the scene has to state her claim on where she sits on this debate. or You have Googled this topic and come across this piece hoping for some insight on the pros and cons of each. or You are wondering how much more can possibly […]

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Loud Kids

September 21, 2012

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Friday features Make Me Laugh.  Readers share a humorous family related stories or photos. Please send your submission to:  naomi.laughingmom@gmail.com. Make Me Laugh for October 21, 2012 submitted by Angela C. of Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta. It was a regular school day so I took my oldest son and dropped him off at kindergarten and thought I would use […]

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Top 5 Forgiveable White Lies

September 19, 2012

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We all know that honesty is the best policy.  But with a number of sleepless nights under your belt and a full day of activities, it is OK to fudge the truth a little bit. I am pleased to share with you, Laughing Mom’s Top 5 Forgiveable White Lies While you have Young Children. 5. Brunch […]

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Recent Post Featured on BlogHer

September 17, 2012

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Why the Unsupervised Playgroup at Central Park Is a Bad Idea Thank you to BlogHer for featuring my post.  I am excited to read people’s comments.

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Game Off…Game On. A Commentary on Unsupervised Play Time in Central Park

September 15, 2012

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Lenore Skenazy is making headlines again (ABC news story summary is here.  Anderson Live interview is here).  Skenazye has launched an after school program where children ages 8-18 can be dropped off at Central Park to play with each other.  The caveat is that they are under no supervision from an adult.  Her premise seems […]

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