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Bikini Onesies for Babies -- In Style or Inappropriate?

Nothing says innocence like a baby girl in a sexy bikini. Wait, that only happens on "Toddlers and Tiaras," right? Well, not quite.

Wordless Wednesday: Baby Wins the Sleep Battle with Dad

Who hasn't struggled with getting babies to sleep by themselves? In our first wacky, wild and wordless Wednesday blog, this dad gives in and lies down with his adorable baby girl in the crib. She immediately cuddles up, falls asleep and he's trapped!

Deadbeat Dad Lured Home for Starring Movie Role

We’ve all heard the adage, if it seems too good to be true, it probably is but apparently this aspiring movie star/deadbeat dad didn’t take it to heart.

Toddler Blog Tells All -- Insights from a Three-Foot Perspective

Toddlers can be a mystery. They'll look at you, sometimes stare and you know they're in deep thought, but what are they thinking? One toddler blog may finally crack that mystery wide open! Although the blog isn't written by the tyke, it's gone viral with good reason.

Celebrity Round-Up: Hollywood Births, Splits and "Kiss and Tells"

Every week we bring you all the news there is to use when it comes to celebrities. In this edition we have births, splits and "kiss and tells."

Fetal Genome Sequenced Without Father's DNA in New Procedure

For the first time, researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have sequenced the genome of a fetus using only a mother's blood sample.

Watch a Birth from the Inside for the First Time!

Imagine how still this mom had to be. For anyone who has had an MRI, you know that you can't move in order to get a good picture. Well, this is not your average birth video. German researchers have used Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) to peer inside a woman's body during labor, a medical first that sheds light on the birth process.

Kindergarten Career Aptitude Test in the Works

If you thought you had time to worry about your child studying for and taking their SAT and ACT tests, you don't. A new digital tool to test academic and behavioral skills will target students starting in kindergarten. The test is intended to gauge a student's traits towards certain careers.

Kindergarten Leads to Higher Crime Rates

Does kindergarten lead to a life of crime? According to one legislator, the answer is yes. No matter what side of the political aisle you're on, this is the kind of story that will likely leave you shaking your head.

Celebrity Round-Up: Cruise-Holmes Split, Nora Dies, Emily and Oprah

Don't miss this week's edition of the celebrity round-up! Get all the celeb news you can use in a "byte-sized" package!