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Popular Parenting Stories the Week of Oct. 14 to 20, 2013

The 5 Most-Talked-About POPSUGAR Moms Stories This Week

There's never a shortage of news in the parenting world — from new studies to differing parenting styles. It all provides us with fodder to discuss on the playground, in the pickup line, and online. Take a look at the five stories that had our moms talking the most this week.

  1. From Braggers to Addicts, 17 Types of Social Media Moms

    Sometimes it feels like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter were all designed with moms in mind. What better space to share pictures of your kids and their accomplishments? But some moms might take things a bit too far. You know what we're talking about. And this post that identifies those moms in a fun GIF form is one that many of our moms had some fun reading.

  2. Celebrate the Season With 20 Fun Fall Arts and Crafts

    Fall must really be in the air, because our moms are loving these Autumn crafts we've rounded up. Whether you've got little ones who need help with the crafts, or older ones who can do the projects themselves, these crafts involving leaves and Fall's rich colors will help transform your home for the season.

Keep reading to see what else had our moms talking this week!

  1. Two Sees Onesies For Quick Diaper Checks: Ga Ga or Gag?

    Every mom who's been let down by inaccurate results from the "diaper sniff test" perked right up when she learned about these new peekaboo onesies from Two Sees. "Where was this when my kids were babies?!" one mom commented on the story. While we presented the new product — which features a discreet rear flap to take a quick peek at baby's diaper — as a "Ga Ga or Gag," the resounding response was 81 percent approval!

  2. Junk-Free Goodies to Pass Out on Halloween

    With all of the cookies, cupcakes, and candy that are synonymous with Halloween, we're not really surprised that moms are loving the healthier options we've found. The kids won't even miss the sugar when they score everything from decorated clementines and Halloween-themed hand sanitizers to mini tubs of Play-Doh and light sticks.

  3. Twelve Easy Costumes For Halloween-Loving Moms

    Everyone associates Halloween with kids, but moms like to have some fun, too, right? We must, because our readers spent a lot of time on this post this week! We know you don't have much time to put together your outfit, but with a few accessories, including many that you probably already have at home, you can easily transform yourself for the big day. Just don't get mad at us if your neighbors don't hand you any candy!

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