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( september, 2005 )

posted by Sheri
Earn mamazine.com a few bucks when you shop Amazon.com, our "mama likes" shop, or any of these online stores. It's FREE for you and helps keep our webzine running! >>read more
added on 2005-09-16 @ 19:17:59
posted by Sheri
It's about time. Finally, a scholarly journal states the obvious in black and white. Kids with gay parents are doing just fine. >>read more
added on 2005-09-28 @ 09:28:09
posted by Amy

In "'Mothering the Mother' During Childbirth, and After," read about a group that provides doulas to low-income mamas. >>read more

added on 2005-09-25 @ 17:40:04
posted by Sheri
With Lane Walker Foard's New Parent Apology Cards, it's easy to apologize when your kid pulls out all the stops in public. >>read more
added on 2005-09-24 @ 15:19:33
posted by Amy
Thank god for the parenting experts at the Onion, who have brought this new crisis in childrearing to our attention in 'Hanging Out' Continues To Grow In Popularity Among Teens. >>read more
added on 2005-09-22 @ 11:07:16
posted by Sheri
Okay, we more than LIKE ego boosts. We LUH-UV them! Email us: contact@mamazine.com. >>read more
added on 2005-09-21 @ 09:36:49
posted by Amy
Got two seconds? Read "Hurricane Pundits Blow Hot Air on Single Mothers" by Angela Bonavoglia. >>read more
added on 2005-09-17 @ 13:32:54
posted by Sheri
Imagine not having to worry about finding childcare for your newborn by the time you need to return to work. Well, one employer in Sacramento, CA is easing the transition for moms and dads who suddenly find themselves between "Wow, we have a new baby!" and "Oh my God, I have to go back to work." >>read more
added on 2005-09-13 @ 20:54:04
posted by Amy
Alice Sebold reflects on Living With the Dead. >>read more
added on 2005-09-11 @ 09:21:51
posted by Amy
If you've found yourself gaping, shocked over some member of the Bush family's comments over the past two weeks, check out This Is Not Over. >>read more
added on 2005-09-10 @ 20:56:53
posted by Amy
If you don't have cash to spare, but want to help hurricane victims, you might start by lifting up your couch cushions and donating the spare change that has collected there (but not the stale goldfish crackers, please). >>read more
added on 2005-09-04 @ 10:40:29
posted by Sheri
Check out one dad's account of escaping the wrath of Katrina, losing everything, and finding solace in what he got to keep. >>read more
added on 2005-09-07 @ 11:16:23
posted by Sheri
Even a few of your dollars can help. Donate to the Red Cross today. >>read more
added on 2005-09-02 @ 12:43:29

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