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An article I read online made me think of this question, "Are you the black sheep in your family?" I think sometime or another most people consider themselves the black sheep of their family. You could be the Black Sheep in your family, but it doesn't always mean that you're looked upon as being bad, just different.
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Baby Name Guide has just created a new mobile website for people with smartphones. Here's how it works, simply go to www.babynameguide.com using your smartphone and you'll be redirected to our mobile only website. Baby Name Guide has created a user-friendly environment that will make searching for baby names easy. There are four areas of this new website. First is a Quick Search that allows you to search our entire database of over 20,000 baby names. You can search meanings and origins, too. We've also included the "Top 100 Baby Names" and a random search section called "Feeling Lucky". Last you will find a section called "Today's Names", these names will change daily.
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WASHINGTON - It's the end of the traditional crib that has cradled millions of babies for generations.
The government outlawed drop-side cribs on Wednesday after the deaths of more than 30 infants and toddlers in the past decade and millions of recalls.
It was a unanimous vote by the Consumer Product Safety Commission to ban the manufacture, sale and resale of the cribs, which have a side rail that moves up and down, allowing parents to more easily lift their child from the crib.
The new standard requiring cribs to have fixed sides would take effect in June. The move by CPSC would also prohibit hotels and childcare centers from using drop-sides, though those facilities would have two years to purchase new cribs. CLICK HERE for more info.
It's that time of the year where websites list their top picks for toys. BabyNameGuide.com is no exception. We came up with the top three. This year is much harder to pick because there's no one toy that stands out. Last year it was Zhu Zhu Pets, which are toy hamsters. They are again very popular, but in our opinion not deserving of the top three. Another big item this year, which is worthy of mentioning is the DSi XL. This game system is fun with lots of options. Most importantly it has parental controls. If I had to mention one other toy, it would be an oldie, but goodie... the Toy Train. I've seen a lot of toy trains this year. And our youngest asked for one. It seems to me toy trains started to make a come back when “The Polar Express” came out a few years back. So, what are the top 3 picks for the 2010 season. I would bet on these three toys (Paper Jamz, Kinect for Xbox 360 and My Pillow Pets) as being the top choices. Here's why... CLICK HERE.
Baby Name Guide has just released the top 5 baby names of 2010 in four categories. The categories include American Baby Names, Biblical Baby Names, Unisex Baby Names and Hawaiian Baby Names. These baby names beat out over 20 thousand other names this year and are considered the best of the best in their respected category. The American and Biblical categories list both the top 5 girl and boy baby names. We also snuck in both Hawaiian and Unisex baby names as special categories that do not get enough attention. Aidan is the number one American boy baby name and Abigail is the top girl baby name. Now for the rest of the names... CLICK HERE.
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