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Go Nuts: Parents Magazine Explains New Findings About Feeding Nuts to Babies

Peanut butter is a staple in our house. We eat it at least twice a day, and sometimes even more often. We’ve never had any family history of nut allergies so I wasn’t too concerned about feeding it to my kids when t...
by Shannon McRae
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It Happened to Them: Parents Magazine’s Words of Warning Make Me Paranoid

There’s a small section in each issue of a Parents magazine subscription called “It Happened to Me.” It’s near the front of the magazine and is just a quick tidbit submitted by a reader about a strange a...
by Shannon McRae
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Family Circle Presents Useful “Editor Recommended, Mom Approved” Buying Guide for Household Products

I’m a sucker for buying guides and product reviews. I’m so much more likely to try something if I’ve read that someone else had good results–does that make me a savvy shopper or a hopeless follower? I...
by Shannon McRae
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kiwi_december2010-january2011

Get Free Stuff: Parenting Magazines Offer Ideas for Swapping Clothes and Toys

If the holidays left you with a mountain of bills to be paid, you might feel like you’ll never buy anything else again. But a few parenting magazines offer some ideas on how to organize a swap with friends (or even strang...
by Shannon McRae
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KIWI Magazine Breaks Down the Debate Over Genetically Engineered Food

For the most part, I choose organic food for my family whenever it’s available. My main motivation for buying organic is to avoid chemicals and pesticides. But after reading an article in the April/May 2011 issue of my KI...
by Shannon McRae
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All the Single Mamas: Parenting Early Years Tells the Tale of a Married Single Mom

When I was single, I worked with a man whose wife called him at work every day at 5 p.m. No matter what sort of deadlines we were working on, you could bet that when this father of three’s phone rang, he’d bolt out ...
by Shannon McRae
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