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Lighters That Look Like Toys Can Kill

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Across the country, legislators are trying to "light a fire under" retailers to ban the sale of lighters that look so much like toys, even some adults are fooled.

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2-Year-Old Takes Art World By Storm

The newest star on the art scene is still in diapers. You call this art?

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Toddler Rocks Out, Country Style!

The moms in our momlogic community tipped us off to this video. Is this the CUTEST KID EVER?!

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The Sexualization of SpongeBob

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The latest Burger King commercial starring SpongeBob has some parents in an uproar. Is this ad inappropriate ... or is this much ado about nothing? Check it out to see for yourself.

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Family Bonding on Volunteer Vacations

How many times have we heard our kids whine, "But, Mommy, I need another ice cream!" and wanted to yell back, "There are children starving in Africa"? Me, too!

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Girls' Soccer Coach Goes Too Far

This week, the coach of a soccer team for 6- and 7-year-old girls resigned after receiving criticism for a season-opening e-mail sent to parents. Michael Kinahan had sent an e-mail in which he said "losing is for losers" and encouraged parents to feed their daughters "undercooked red meat."

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EXCLUSIVE: Dangerous Fast Food Playgrounds

The bright, welcoming playground at a fast food restaurant is a magnet for kids and a draw for parents. But behind the colorful façade of the child-friendly wonderland lurks a potential danger zone. Momlogic has learned that a Burger King in Southern California has reached a $20 million, out-of-court settlement with the family of a child who was severely injured in one of their playgrounds.

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British Kids Study Twitter and Blogging

Primary schools in England could ditch traditional lessons in favor of teaching children how to use social networking sites such as Twitter, it emerged yesterday. Is this a good idea ... or the 'dumbing down' of education?

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