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What We're Babbling About: May 5, 2010

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  • Best new viral video starring children: Little kids lip syncing Seinfeld routines. Brilliant. — Jezebel
  • The term “mommytracking” came to life in 1992, after Felice Schwartz suggested the CEOs create two groups of workers:  Parents and non-parents.  But Fran Rodgers, founder of Work/Family Directions, argues that success should be based on productivity, not number of hours worked.  — Blogher|Cribsheet
  • Human growth hormone is helping extremely short kids grow up.  One boy grew four-and-a-half inches in one year. — Well
  • Experts say kids need a minimum of 60 minutes moderate physical activity every day.  Recess counts toward that quota — as long as it’s active — and same goes for gym.  But D.C. schools are going one step further to help their students get the full 60 minutes every day, either through school activities or before/after school programs. — On Parenting
  • Miley Cyrus is all grown up and sporting a brand new look.  What did you think about her new video?  Will you let your former Hannah Montana fans follow her?  — Broadsheet

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