Single Dads, Four-Named Babies, and Kate Hudson - Links we Love

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dad daughter waterIf you're a single dad who's dating, when do you tell potential love interests about your kids? Lemondrop readers chime in, and most of them say to speak up about fatherhood sooner than later. -- Lemondrop

Here's a great idea for storing all those little toys that you step on in the middle of the night: See-thru wall bins. -- AlphaMom

They say diamonds are a girl's best friend, but do you really need a bauble after birth? Here's why one mom gave in to the "push present" craze. -- Babble

Teacher's beware: Ryder Robinson's mom Kate Hudson has only been a school mom for two semesters, and she's already encouraging slackerhood. "I was not a good student anyway. I didn't like school, so I don't blame him for not wanting to go. I'm going to be a bad school mom." -- Celebrity Baby Blog

The latest trend in baby names is the four-named baby (the Romijn-O'Connell twins Dolly Rebecca Rose and Charlie Tamara Tulip, for example). Would you consider giving your baby an extra name or two? -- Lilsugar

Lisa Rinna gets real about plastic surgery, putting her daughters on a reality show, and how she stays frisky with her husband. -- MomLogic

In just a few more days, she'll be our First Lady and the country's mom-in-chief. Here are five things that modern women can learn from Michelle Obama. -- Mommy Track'd

The latest musician to release a children's CD is ... Neil Sedaka? No, really. -- Offsprung

How are those New Year's resolutions going? If you need some inspiration, here are the 11 best foods you might not be eating. -- The Motherhood

And while we're talking about personal transformation, here are 13 ways to change your life for the better. Can you apply these to parenthood? -- RoleMommy

When you decided your family was complete, how much did money play a role? If you had the money to outsource some of your responsibilities, would you consider having more kids?

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