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Happy New Year from Parents

Friday, December 31st, 2010

New Year 2011 babyWith 2011 starting tomorrow, what resolutions are you and your family making?  Look no further than our guide to helping kids make and keep New Year’s Resolutions.  We at Parents resolve to keep bringing you the best and most beneficial parenting news, personal stories, and product reviews.  As you wave good-bye to 2010, take a few moments to look at the highlights of the year–the top news, toy recalls, trends, and more:

And as you welcome the advent of 2011, look to see what we predict for the year and what we have in store for January:

We at Parents also want to take a few moments to say: Thank you for continuing to be such avid readers of our magazine and our site.  Because of you, dear readers, Parents had several amazing milestones this year.  We reached over 100,000 Twitter followers, received over 150,000 “Likes” on Facebook, and we won a MIN Award in the “Editorial Series or Special Section” category. 

We hope your new year will be bursting with brightness.  Happy 2011!

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Win Free Toys!

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

Ho! Ho! Ho! We’ve decided to give Santa a little extra help this year. Right now on we’re giving away all of our favorite toys! Check out our top picks in the November issue of Parents (on newsstands now). And make sure to click here to enter to win these awesome gifts. Goody luck!

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Live From Toy Fair: Barbie’s New Job

Monday, February 15th, 2010

Barbie_CareersThere are lots of big announcements coming out of this year’s Toy Fair in NYC, from a bunch of new playthings trying to dethrone the Zhu Zhu Pets to a working “paper” guitar. One of the biggest so far is from everyone’s favorite eternally youthful doll. Barbie has always been a busy lady, but in 2010, she’s taking on two new jobs (her 125th and 126th). Mattel unveiled her new career paths, which were selected in an online poll. Barbie will now work as a…drum roll please…news anchor and a computer engineer.  Hopefully, the economy will pick up next year, so Barbie doesn’t have to pull double duty again.

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