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Mamapedia – What Is Mamapedia?

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Thank you to New Baby for donating this VADO camera from Creative Labs to our fun event. Please check out New Baby and consider adding your own vlog!


Last weekend we had the opportunity to meet a wonderful new parenting advice search engine, Mamapedia, and now we’d like you to try the site out for yourself with our new contest, “What Can I Learn Today?”

One grand prize winner will win a VADO digital video camera!

To Enter:

1. Visit Mamapedia and ask any parenting question.

2. Choose how you want to enter – or choose all three for more chances to win:

  • Comment to this post with your question and the answer you found
  • Blog about Mamapedia on your own site sharing the question you asked and the answer you found
  • Vlog about Mamapedia and your question/answer at New Baby.

3. Fill out this secure form to let us know that you entered.

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It’s that easy! Then join us for another SiteWarming Party on Twitter Saturday, May 23rd from 9:00 to 10:00 p.m eastern time to find out who won! There will also be several great door prizes.

Good luck!

*This contest is open to all U. S. residents 18 years or older and ends May 23rd at 9:00 p.m. eastern.

*This contest courtesy of Momfluence – Rocking the Cradle and Shaping the World.

 

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2 comments

  1. My 12 year old has ADD. I’ve been beginning to wonder about ODD (Oppositional Defiant Disorder) as well, although it could just be that he is fast approaching the age of 13.

    I tried using the acronym (ODD), and found mostly answers about the “odds” of getting/having any number of diseases, etc. I found better answers when spelling out the condition.

    The particular thread that I read contained a question from a mom about her adopted daughter who had been diagnosed with ADD, ODD and GAD (generalized anxiety disorder). The answers she received ran the gamut, as I would expect. There is so much misunderstanding about and prejudice against people with mental diseases … sometimes it is a very frustrating situation with which to deal.

    Several of the answers were like “I’ve never heard of that”, or “I don’t know a lot about it”, but offered encouragement. It is wonderful to know you’re not alone in a situation like that.

    I found one reply disheartening…that “ODD” did not exist and was just a label applied by psychiatrists to (children) who had a lot of maladaptive behaviors. Not so much that I did not want to hear an opinion that differed from mine, but that the opinion (subjective) was offered as fact (objective).

    It was my first visit to the site…definitely worth return visits and registration.

    LuAnn’s last blog post..Mr. Snugglebutt – The Mighty Hunter

  2. I asked how much the Tooth Fairy gives nowadays. And there were so many responses that came up…and the answer seems to be everything from 25cents to one dollar to five dollars to no money but things like Pokemon cards!

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