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The one thing you donít want to do is mess with a mother and her children.
The one thing you donít want to do is mess with a mother and her children.
 
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services and its state partners today released the updated breastfeeding support NC Making It Work toolkit.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services and its state partners today released the updated breastfeeding support NC Making It Work toolkit.
 
Cultural catchphrases for parenting styles abound. From the "tiger mom" to the newly coined "guerrilla dad," each purports to capture a distinct set of parenting behaviors. Even the micromanagerial methods of the "helicopter parent" have garnered a place in our pop culture vernacular.
Cultural catchphrases for parenting styles abound. From the "tiger mom" to the newly coined "guerrilla dad," each purports to capture a distinct set of parenting behaviors. Even the micromanagerial methods of the "helicopter parent" have garnered a place in our pop culture vernacular.
 
Kay Hagan's campaign and its trolls are all over social media trumpeting a report published in the Greensboro News & Record that says North Carolina "ranks as worst state for teachers."
Kay Hagan's campaign and its trolls are all over social media trumpeting a report published in the Greensboro News & Record that says North Carolina "ranks as worst state for teachers."
 
CPC is a Christian organization, dedicated to preventing abortion and bringing people to Christ. The center raised over $14,000 at the fundraiser.
CPC is a Christian organization, dedicated to preventing abortion and bringing people to Christ. The center raised over $14,000 at the fundraiser.
 
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