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    Watch how plants, animals, papers and other objects sprout and grow in the ClutterHome!! Just like Magic Rocks but taking up way more space!

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Wednesday, March 05, 2008

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FosterAbba

Thought you might want to know that the link to the parenting article doesn't work. Check your HTML for the a href tag... Looks like you put "a hre" instead.

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Alison Cummins

I thought the point of a bath for a small child was play therapy, not body odour. Kids sit in the bath, play and relax.

I used to look after a kid who was justifiably unhappy. When his day became too much for him, that was bathtime. After that life was good again for a while.

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Books for Clutterchild

  • Andrea U'Ren: Pugdog

    Andrea U'Ren: Pugdog
    Pugdog just wants to be a dog, not a GIRL dog. Adorable illustrations, but a bit of overkill with the poodle ending. (****)

  • Rigoberto Gonzalez: Antonio's Card
    Antonio is nervous to show his mother's card with his two moms after the kids laugh at the butch one outside school one day. Nice to see a butch mom. Extra points for being bilingual English/Spanish. (****)
  • Peter Parnell: And Tango Makes Three

    Peter Parnell: And Tango Makes Three
    Another beautifully illustrated book about gay fathers, in this case, two male penguins in the zoo, who raise Tango, their baby from egg. My only problem, "it takes 2 to make a Tango". drat from the single mom point of view. (*****)

  • Latifa Alaoui: Marius
    Wonderful french canadian book about Marius, whose parents are divorced, and his mom has a boyfriend, and his father does too. Beautifully illustrated by Stephane Poulin (*****)