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Good parents learn to cope with inevitable frustration and cherish the beauty of watching their children mature.
This advantage, however, should not be taken for granted. In some sectors, local players are lifting their game. China's
In the world of innovation, small changes don't get the credit they deserve. Big changes seem more exciting and somehow more important. But good innovation doesn't have to be large because it is, no matter what the dimensions, about impact.
This Pampers ad is a series of slowed-down video clips of babies' "poo faces" -- a zoomed-in look at every little facial
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I have been called many things in my life, not all of them repeatable in polite company, which I am seldom in anyway. But the one I love to hear repeated is Poppie, which is what I am called by my 2-year-old granddaughter, Chloe.
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There are innovators working to give moms and dads the nudge they need to keep the conversation going even in the inevitable moments of exhaustion and frustration.
Socially conscious shopping seems to be all the rage as more and more companies align themselves with a variety of charitable causes.