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What's new in the world of parenting? Check out this round-up of our favorite links from the past week...
Empathize with an "Uncool" Mom
We'd never call actress Isla Fischer uncool. (Goofy and gorgeous? Yes.) But we're suddenly relating to the Wedding Crashers star, thanks to her revelation that she felt like the "uncool mom" next to her young costars on the set of her new movie Bachelorette. We've all had that lame-mom-around-non-moms feeling, and it's kinda nice to know that celebs aren't immune to the feeling, too. Celebrity Baby Scoop has more.
Check Out Model Baby Bumps
A preggo on the runway? We love it! Check out People's post (and pic) of model Alessandra Ambrosio rocking the catwalk at the Colcci show in Brazil. And how sweet is Molly Sims' "official" barely-there baby bump pic? So cute!
Sound Off On High-End Designer Kidswear
As moms who consider Tea Collection and Petit Bateau high-priced, we're not exactly jumping on the designer kiddie clothing bandwagon. So we loved "An Open Letter to Issac, Oscar, Versace and All the Other Designers Launching Children’s Clothing Lines" on MomFinds. Would you spend $235 on a Versace tank top for your girl? Or -- hold on to your diaper bags -- $695 for an infant sleeper from Gucci? Add your opinion...
Read About a Gender Reveal (Finally!)
After five years -- yes, five -- a UK couple finally announced the gender of their youngest child: it's a boy! (Don't confuse this story with that of the Toronto parents of is-the-baby-a-he-or-she Storm. That one's still a secret.) Shine has more...
Celebrate a Better School Lunch
In case you missed it, check out our story on the new school lunch standards unveiled by First Lady Michelle Obama and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack. Three cheers for more fruits and veggies!
Should Pregnancy Be Treated as a Disability?
That's the question being posed by the Wall Street Journal's The Juggle blog. Writer Rachel Emma Silverman references a recent study that says preggos should be covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act. What do you think?