Tori Spelling Potty Trains, Free Range Kids, and the Drinking Age - Links We Love

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subway signEven celebrity moms can't escape the potty chair. Tori Spelling shares her top five potting training tips. -- LilSugar

Remember the NY mom who let her 9-year-old subway alone? Now you can learn how to raise your own "free range" kid with a new (and free!) book. -- Boing Boing

Just in time for spring -- a cardboard lemonade stand, ready to be painted by your little entrepreneur. -- Mighty Junior

Single mom or dad ready for a relationship? Why not give the Internet a whirl? Here are 10 reasons to try online dating. -- MomLogic

Diapers are expensive. Ditto wipes. So buzz on over to The Bump and enter to win a year's supply of both. -- The Bump

All those little K'nex pieces drive you batty? Me too. Here's a better use for them -- a toddler light switch. Now if you could just get them to pick all those pieces up off the floor so you don't step on them. -- Parenthacks

Exercise the kids and solve boundary disputes at the same time with these inflatable mountains. And if you're really ambitious, there's even plans to sew them yourself. Whew. -- DaddyTypes

If your teen asked you to buy alcohol, would you? Here's one parent's thoughts on the drinking age issue. -- Weary Parent

Babies mean lots and lots of dirty laundry. Might as well have someplace cute to stash it all. Check out these five stylish hampers. -- Babble
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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