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A new "guidette" joins the Jersey Shore crew! Snooki gave birth to daughter Giovanna Maria on September 26th.
Rumor has it that filmmaker Tyler Perry and girlfriend Gelila Bekele are expecting their first!
A new Clinton is in town-- will Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky follow in the influential footsteps?
Country star Eric Church is expecting his second with wife Katherine.
At what age do kids start lovin’ dinosaurs?
With the Poppity-Pop Musical Dino, Fisher-Price is hoping you can’t be too early with a toy dino — especially one that can “encourages motor skills stimulate the senses.” Read More.
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I recently met a young lady with the name Beige, and I simply
love it! I think it is a great alternative to Paige, and I noticed that
it is not in the database! Could you add it?
Dear C Lou,
I love adding new names, so yes I have added the name Beige to our database. I don’t know how I feel about it, though, and probably would not recommend it as a baby name. Read More.
Teaching children about America’s
history of racism is challenging. While we discuss current events and
historical figures like Martin Luther King, Jr., we look for
age-appropriate resources to tell more personal parts of our history in a
way that a child can understand. Ruth and the Green Book by
Calvin Alexander Ramsey is one perfect example of an important story
from a child’s point of view. It’s historically accurate and a work of
fiction, allowing concepts to be educational and also relatable. Read More.