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Rebekah Kuschmider is a writer and mother with an over-developed sense of irreverence, who has socialist tendencies and a blog. She lives with her husband and two kids outside of Washington, DC. You can read her work regularly at Stay At Home Pundit and The Broad Side. Her work has also been seen at Salon, Redbook, and The Huffington Post.

Farewell, Babble Kid!

Farewell, Babble Kid!

My son started kindergarten last month and it’s amazing. He’s doing so well learning his way around the school, meeting new friends, and taking in the new information from his teacher. It’s been a delight watching him grow into his new school for the past month. I need to grow into his new school, too. MORE »

Farewell, Babble Baby!

Farewell, Babble Baby!

Her little fingers reach up every time I try to sit down at the computer. At 15 months old, my daughter is insatiably curious. She touches everything, brings me toys and books to share, runs around the park and tries all the playground equipment. She chases her brother and is chased, in turn, by him. MORE »

Badger Sunscreen Recall

Badger Sunscreen Recall

The company that makes Badger-brand sunscreens has voluntarily recalled some of its products due to microbial contamination. The company issue the following statement: This voluntary recall has been initiated due to microbial contamination. The products were tested and found to be contaminated with Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Candida parapsilosis and Acremonium fungi (not known to be present in products sent to customers). MORE »

“Mommy and Me” Music Class FAIL

“Mommy and Me” Music Class FAIL

My 15-month-old daughter likes music. She loves listening to music in the house and playing with toys that make musical sounds. I think this is awesome; music has always been a big thing with my family, so having a child show interest in music this early is cool. And because she and I need more MORE »

She’s Not Just Another Princess

She’s Not Just Another Princess

I wanted to find dress up clothes for my baby but the only ones at the toy store were princess-based. What if she doesn't want to be a princess?

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