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I often let my 3yo girl play games on my android tablet when we travel. That helps me keep her entertained. Unfortunately I couldn't find many good android games designed for toddlers. Our favorites are: Animal Orchestra, Kids connect the dots and Kids Memory Game. Would you suggest any other good android games for toddlers that are easy to play but entertaining?...

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Children exposed to more television at 29 months of age appear to have more problems in school and poorer health behaviors when they reach the fourth grade. http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/05/03/health/main6456874.shtml?tag=cbsnewsSectionContent.9 Toddler TV Time Could Spell Trouble By 4th Grade - CBS News[/url ...

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Keep Food Fresh Up to 5 Times Longer

By JustMommies staff

The average household throws approximately $3500 of food away every year. The reason? That food is going bad before families can use it. That's why these compactor food storage containers are so brilliant: they keep food fresher, longer, saving you money. Watch lifestyle expert Marcy McKenna show you
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Gluten-Free Recipes Your Kids Will Love

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Gluten is a protein found in wheat and other grains. Children who have Celiac Disease are allergic to gluten. When they eat foods containing gluten it causes damage to their lower intestines. The only way to treat Celiac Disease is to avoid eating foods containing gluten. The easiest way to make sure
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6 Great Apps for the Foodie in All of Us

By JustMommies staff

You're a mom, and while you may in fact enjoy a lovely bowl of mac 'n cheese, our bet is that you've got a bit of “foodie” in you. Whether you relish an hour or two in the kitchen with a glass of wine beside you to roll dough or stir sauces, or you're more the let's-get-a-sitter, there's-a-new-restaurant-around-the-corner
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A Healthy Holiday Twist from Ocean Spray® (Sponsored)

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This holiday season, make the exceptional cranberry part of your favorite seasonal dishes for a healthy twist! To learn about some revised holiday classics, check out this video from Ocean Spray® featuring best-selling author and host of EXTRA Maria Menounos. Maria discusses how the cranberry's big,
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Being a ‘Fun Parent’ Isn’t Hard. All You Need is Campbell’s (Sponsored)

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The Wisest Kid in the World is a tiny guru who dispenses wisdom and sage advice beyond his years. In these videos, he explains to parents how they can be awesome, simply by treating their kids to a meal that is both healthy and tasty: Campbell's Soup. Check out the above video to consult the Wisest Kid,
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Shake It with Honey Bunches of Oats® in "Bunch of Beats" Sweepstakes (Sponsored)

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Honey Bunches of Oats® wants your family to smile and shake it on camera for a chance to win a $500 Visa gift card! Check out this video to hear a new anthem from Honey Bunches of Oats® that's sweeping the nation and celebrating what it means to start the day off with a smile. In collaboration with
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Welcome to the World of Lightlife (Sponsored Content)

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Giving up meat means lots of things: It means you will lower your carbon footprint, enjoy a richer, more varied diet, and it also means you’ll probably enjoy a healthier, leaner you—but it doesn’t have to mean giving up your favorite foods! If you’ve always wanted to be a vegetarian but just
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What's for Dinner? Quick & Healthy One-Pot Meals

By Elizabeth Yarnell

Stephanie, a vice president for a venture capital firm in Denver, makes it a priority to get home in time to have a family meal with her husband and 1-year old son. “I put a lot of energy into my job and then I get into my car at 5pm and realize that I have no idea what I’m going to feed three people
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"Winging It" with New York Buffalo Wings

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By Sara Gray Finding a chicken wings recipes is pretty easy these days. You want to know why? First of all, chicken wings and their popularity have had a fairly short history, but what a history! You've heard of the famous Buffalo Chicken Wings - Who doesn't love them? Let me tell you a little bit about
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Cool School Lunches

By Cheryl Tallman

As you know by now, all parents have a different idea of what is healthy food and what is not. For years, you have had the opportunity to hand select and monitor what your child eats for lunch. Now it is time to test their ability. It is only natural for your child's eyes to wander and notice, and be
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