Links We Love: Dirty Movies for Kids, Breastfeeding and Cliches

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Dakota Fanning and Kristen Stewart starred as Cherie Currie and Joan Jett in The Runaways. Credit: Frazer Harrison, Getty Images


The Dirtiest Movie Your Kid Should See This Year: Let's go ahead and get all the inappropriate content in "The Runways" out of the way first. It's a movie about a rock band in the '70s, so go ahead and make a list of everything you think will be in the film. I'll wait. But you should try to get your teenage girl to see it anyway. Chesapeake Family

Things We Never Thought We'd Say:
Will let my children wipe any facial goo on me if necessary. Is it disgusting? Yes. Is it demeaning? Of course. But if it keeps me from having to tolerate a snotty nosed tantrum in the Mini Mall, then I am willing to be a human Kleenex. Hybrid Mom

Breast Milk Does A Baby Good: A Mom-to-Mom Guide:
Nursing your baby is nature's way, but dealing with the ups and downs of breastfeeding isn't necessarily a natural instinct for every tuckered new mom. LilSugar

My Autism Story: Rita's Grandson was "Stolen Away:"
Lane was a regular 19 month old, talking in complete sentences and developing normally in every way until the day he walked into the doctor's office and met a nurse armed with six booster shots. The Stir
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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