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Lauren Myracle is a church-going Christian, a mom, a Colorado resident, and the kind of awesome person who, when I call her up for an interview, admits that her kids are home on a snow day and driving her crazy. But in addition to her skill at ducking the effects of a snowstorm, she's also highly capable of responding to a s*#t-storm, namely one that's erupted over her new book, Luv Ya Bunches.
I couldn't have been more explicit. My recent review of "Where the Wild Things Are" said very clearly to "leave the little buggers at home."
The New York City Board of Education has implemented a new policy banning bake sales in all of their schools in order to curb child obesity, among other reasons.
One mom converted to another religion so that she could get her kid into preschool. How far are you willing to go to get your kid into the school of your choice?
While it is becoming more commonplace for gay and lesbian individuals to raise children, finding community support isn't so easy.
This year, well over one million American 4-year-olds will head out for their first day of preschool, the highest enrollment in U.S. history. The kids? Ecstatic. The parents? Not so much.
It's the end of an era -- another good kid's show bites the dust.