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‘Tis the Season for Gross Toys

This could be the grossest holiday toy season in years as toy makers roll out new lines of gross-out toys that fart, burp or make other weird noises. The new Monster 500 line from Toys R Us features CrocPot, an icky monster sitting on a potty-type vehicle and holding a toilet plunger. See full list … Continue reading

6 Creative Ways To Ask Your Date To Prom

Those seniors who say getting a date for prom is easy are liars. There are probable scares and breakdowns possible. Most of the people of your choice might be taken by the time you mustered up the courage to ask them out. So stop panicking and plan your way out on winning your ideal date … Continue reading

Finding Teen Car Insurance: Tips & Suggestions

If your teen is on the verge of becoming a new driver, you will be facing a number of challenges. One important one will be to ensure your teen driver has proper car insurance. This generally won’t be easy, or inexpensive. According to the Insurance Research Council (IRC), adding a teen driver to your insurance … Continue reading

Turning Up Uninvited To A Party

It’s a debate which has had parenting boards alight with opinions on all sides of the debate; is it ever OK to bring along extra children to a party when they haven’t been specifically invited? The debate seems to be split into two distinct camps, those who say that with siblings it’s pretty much expected … Continue reading

Pippa Middleton’s Guide To Party Planning

Okay, so it’s been nearly a year since Pippa Middleton’s universally-panned Celebrate: A Year of British Festivities for Family and Friends. So it bordered a little (a lot) on the obvious, but deep down we’re convinced there are some sage pieces of insight on all things party from the lady with the royal in-laws: “[Star-gazing] … Continue reading