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Thursday, 27 September 2012

Thursday, September 27, 2012
You know how there are some baby names you never heard before that suddenly seem to be everywhere?

The 20 choices here –- 11 for girls, 9 for boys -- are those kinds of names. Each is so rare that it was given to only about 100 or fewer babies in the U.S. last year. But behind the scenes in Nameberry's current database analytics, we see these names attracting twice as much attention as average.

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Lisa Belkin: Banning The Word 'Penis' From A Preschooler's Vocabulary
We all have our list of those words. Not the banned-by-the-FCC ones -- I figure all parents agree that those should probably not be part of a 3-year-old's vocabulary. But words that are loaded, words that are hurtful, words that feel personal.
Deborah M. Roffman: Down With 'The Talk': Changing the Way We Tell Our Kids About Sex
With the entire nation having come through an era marked by a virtual tsunami of scientific, cultural, social, and technological change, how is it possible that adults remain as tongue-tied and clueless as ever over delivering what in reality are merely some pretty basic and mundane facts about life?
Lisa Firestone: Is Mental Illness a Bigger Threat to Kids than Physical Illness?
As parents, our children's health ranks among our top priorities. When fall arrives and flu season begins, we notice every cough and feel for signs of fever. But how attuned are we to mental health symptoms in our kids?
Nancy Berk, Ph.D.: Baby Weight: Are You Feeding Your Toddler or Your Sweet Tooth?
I believed postpartum weight loss was a given if you signed up for the hectic schedule of baby duty. What I didn't realize was that this weight loss could be thwarted by another person's menu change -- your baby's.
Sheila Quirke: Donna's Cancer Story: Terminal
I put on blue rubber gloves to protect my skin from the poison I stirred into her pudding and ice cream. God help me. It is heart-wrenching to spoon-feed your daughter poison that you know, at its optimum, will provide a few more weeks to her cruelly young life. But that is precisely what we did.

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