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Your kid will, toonew

Young parents, stop trying so hard to raise little darlings. It won't work.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Eric Celeste  |  07-19-2012  |  Children & Families

Carpe Dayumnew

My 11 year-old son's first date leaves him more experienced than I was at 23.
Creative Loafing (Tampa)  |  Catherine Durkin Robinson  |  11-10-2011  |  Commentary

Occupy Thisnew

Why the Tea Party and Occupy movements are not alike.
Creative Loafing (Tampa)  |  Catherine Durkin Robinson  |  11-02-2011  |  #OCCUPY

Buc, Yesnew

Learning to love football season: One woman's advice.
Creative Loafing (Tampa)  |  Catherine Durkin Robinson  |  10-04-2011  |  Commentary

Hippie Mom Battles Grocernew

Caring about what our children eat is a good thing - up to a point.
Creative Loafing (Tampa)  |  Catherine Durkin Robinson  |  09-19-2011  |  Food+Drink

Why I'm Glad My Kids Aren't Normalnew

My twin sons aren't like other kids.
Creative Loafing (Tampa)  |  Catherine Durkin Robinson  |  06-20-2011  |  Commentary

Say Goodnight, Mickeynew

The sad demise of a hallowed Disney tradition: Grad Nite.
Creative Loafing (Tampa)  |  Catherine Durkin Robinson  |  06-20-2011  |  Commentary

Alberta Moms Organizing For Breast Milk Banknew

Human milk banking would help ensure health of preemies and babies with sick mothers.
SEE Magazine  |  Angela Brunschot  |  01-21-2011  |  Children & Families

The Rise of the Stay-at-Home Dadnew

Paul Schwartz and the East Bay Dads represent a growing contingent of men who are quitting their day jobs to change diapers while their wives work full time to support the family. Though the recession has played a part in the shifting demographic, for many families, the dad's transition to domesticity was a calculated choice.
East Bay Express  |  Caitlin Esch  |  03-24-2010  |  Culture

Problem Child or Problem Parent?new

Paying kids to do chores? Ludicrous.
Creative Loafing (Charlotte)  |  Nsenga Burton  |  10-16-2008  |  Culture

Trendzilla: Babies for Obama!new

Instead of pastel pinks and powder blues, has been selling its unique range of baby and toddler clothing since 2003 -- lately it's Baby Wit's political tees that have been receiving the most attention.
OC Weekly  |  Vickie Chang  |  10-14-2008  |  Fashion

Leave No Child Inside: How Nature-Deficit Disorder is Affecting Our Kidsnew

Despite all the benefits that outdoor play offers, more and more kids are spending their time inside instead of out. In fact, according to a recent report put out by the National Wildlife Federation, children are spending half as much time outside as they did 20 years ago.
Boulder Weekly  |  Dana Logan  |  07-21-2008  |  Children & Families

Sex Files: Questions About Sex Abound for New Momsnew

Unless you adopted your child, you got to this point by having sex. Many new parents want to know when it is O.K. to have intercourse again after a vaginal or cesarean delivery. The basic answer is: There really is no specific time frame. It all depends on how you and your partner feel about it.
C-Ville Weekly  |  Annette Owens  |  07-03-2008  |  Advice

Yes, I Brought My Preschooler to Burning Mannew

I'll tell you straight: the reason I brought my preschooler to Burning Man is not that I'm some super-mom who never needs a break from her kid and doesn't love to party like a grown-up. It was because I wanted to go, and I didn't have any volunteers for a weeklong babysitting gig.
East Bay Express  |  Kris Vagner  |  05-22-2008  |  Culture

'The Ten Year Nap' Explores the 'Opt-Out Revolution'new

This is a novel of manners as much as a literary take on a sociological dilemma, and as a portrait of the modern heterosexual urban bourgeoisie, much of it is wickedly bang-on.
East Bay Express  |  Jolisa Gracewood  |  05-01-2008  |  Fiction

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