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We are a group of (mostly) moms and stepmoms who love to debate. All are welcome here.
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A parenting and fellowshipping Forum for LDS members and investigators. A tool for conversation about parenting and many other topics.
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A place for those who have made the decision to remain childfree to meet and discuss associated issues without fear of censure or ridicule.
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This forum is in Read Only status but remains as a good source for teachers, caregiver and parents.
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Join us for friendly chat about parenting, and life in general! Jump into a conversation any time.
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It will be a place to discuss Baby Names.
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For parents and childcare professionals; Punky's Child Care Organization provides information on daycare options and resources for educating childcare professionals. Come join our community of people who care about children's needs and development.
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The meeting place for all child passenger safety technicians, advocates or anyone intrested in finding out more about child passenger safety and how to keep our little ones safe in the car!
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A place for women to 'hang out', dish the dirt and have some fun. Topics of discussion include parenting, current events (yes, we do have a 'debate' folder), women's issues, family, pets, hobbies/crafts, and careers. (A sense of humor is HIGHLY recommended!)
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Camp Kent is a former sleep-away camp located in Kent, CT that closed after the summer of 1982. It was attended primarily by 10-20 year olds from Long Island, many who first came as campers and then as waiters, cits or counselors.