Produced by Gary Drevitch
HAVING SOLVED THE PROBLEMS OF HOW TO GET YOUR KID INTO HUNTER AND
SCREW YOUR NANNY OVER HEALTH INSURANCE, URBANBABY NOW URGES YOU TO TURN
YOUR ATTENTION TO TRULY CRUCIAL CONCERNS
. . . like finding a product that will solve the persistent problem
of "plumber's butt" for toddlers. From yesterday's UrbanBaby Daily:
Tiny(hiney)bigs are a new line of custom-designed magnetic clasps for tots six to eighteen months that easily combine function with charm. . . . Launching with six tattoo-inspired appliqué designs – Mommy Heart, Flirt, Rockstar, Sailor Daddy, Gypsy Butterfly and Hot Rod Truck – Tinybigs add a healthy dollop of individuality to any outfit. Created by Keri Schroeder and made locally in Seattle, Tinybigs – like so many mom-invented products – was inspired and test-driven by Schroeder's own daughter. Say good-bye to droopy drawers forever. (Or at least until she goes through her Britney Spears phase.)
AS LONG AS THEY TELL HIM NOT TO DO IT IN BACK OF THE DUANE READE, WE'LL SIGN OFF ON ANYTHING
The Kansas Board of Education takes another step in its campaign
against evolution by trying to prevent young people from even finding
out how to reproduce. The board this week voted to require school districts to get parents’ written permission before mounting sex ed classes.
Kansas had previously employed an “opt-out” policy , enrolling kids
in sex-ed unless parents objected in writing. Now the state joins
Arizona, Nevada, and Utah as "opt-in" states. More liberal boards in
Massachusetts, New York, and the District of Columbia continue to
employ an "opt-oral" sex-ed policy . . .
March 17, 2006 | Permalink |
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