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Looking for Christmas/holiday family fun in the Southeast...

Southern Christmas/winter holiday traditions for families with kids -- point me to some good things to see, places to go, eat, etc in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama especially (GA, Arkansas, TN also welcome).... [more inside]
posted by mdiskin on Jun 17, 2007 - 10 answers

 

Fun stuff in Atlanta and OTP for kids?

Atlanta + Kids = fun things to do and see and eat? ... especially looking for stuff OTP. [more inside]
posted by mdiskin on Apr 29, 2007 - 11 answers

Statistics on kids and germs needed, stat.

Looking for statistics on kids and germs. I'd love to see some from a recent study on workplace absenteeism -- i.e., people with kids in daycare (or school) have X% absences more or less from work than people without kids. Even daycare- or school-worker health stats would be helpful. Specific studies, anyone? [more inside]
posted by mdiskin on Dec 3, 2006 - 11 answers

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