Parent News Roundup: Science, Baby
Every month, the Metro Moms scour the internet to find relevant news for our readers. Here are our parenting news picks for June 2012.
Practice makes perfect when it comes to science and math.
Kids and racist reading material; a match made in heaven?
Note to self: stop cursing in front of the newborn.
Now you can drop the grandparents off at the playground next to the toddler monkey bars.
Junior, repeat after me: laundry detergent is not candy.
Now you can identify your baby’s father at the same time as whether she has a heartbeat.
Move over amniocentesis, we just need Dad to spit in a test tube.
People like playing Russian roulette with their hospital bills, right?
Rip tides: not suitable for swimming.
Dick and Jane got invited over to the neighbor’s kiddie pool to drown while their parents ran to answer the phone.
Summer is an expensive time for families.
We don’t need those pesky social services as long as Grandma is around.
The prospect of divorce is sometimes the only thing that keeps people from running out the door.
Kids, they’re such liars. Except when it comes to that Sandusky guy.
First step, food pouches. Next step, toddler cyborgs.
Please Grandma, won’t you divert your social security payments to Junior’s daycare bill?
Note to handicapped elevator installers; there is a marketing opportunity at your local charter school.
Want to be a model? Squeeze into your Spiderman suit and show some personality.
Utility bill, check. Tuition payment, check. Mom allowance..check?
Live in Manhattan? Time to double the budget line item for preschool.
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