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Archive for March 2nd, 2011

We have all seen it. Your child picks his or her nose and it goes straight to their mouth. Gross right? What is more concerning is that the mucous membranes in a child’s nose are the susceptible to infections! Germs, germs, germs. Germs on the fingers can lead to small skin infections inside the nose, and fingers that have been in a nose are a great way to spread colds and flu.

Why do kids pick their nose?

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Guitarist Matthew Followill, 25-years-old, and his wonderful wifey Johanna Bennett are expecting baby #1! The baby is expected this spring – yikes! When they go on the road for their new album Come Around Sundown. We think this Rabbitmoon plush blanket would be a great way to keep their baby girl or boy snug as a bug on the tour bus.

Rabbitmoon Plush Blankets

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Today, March 2nd, is the birthday of writer Theodor Geisel, known to generations of young readers as Dr. Seuss. In his honor, it has been declared Read Across America Day by the National Education Assn. This is the 14th year that thousands of participating schools, libraries and community centers will celebrate the day by reading together.

I found out that Washington, D.C., will celebrate Read Across America Day with First Lady Michelle Obama reading “Green Eggs and Ham” at the Library of Congress at 11 a.m. She’ll be joined by actress Jessica Alba, Super Bowl champ Donald Driver, NEA President Dennis Van Roekel, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and others.

Shall we say today is “Seuss-er-ific”?

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No, I did not say that!

Mommy, Paulo is going poo-poo because he’s making his poo-poo face.”

– Miranda, age 5

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