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Weekly Roundup: Mommy Cams, Bad Twitter Names & C-Sections in Seoul

All the Jewish parenting news you probably didn’t have time to read this week.





– You’ve heard of a nanny cam, but a mommy cam? For a fee, one Los Angeles therapist will record and analyze, frame by frame, your interactions with your children. (The Los Angeles Times)

– Go the f**k to sleep, mom! More mothers are apparently leaning on sleep aids. (The New York Times)

– Mississippi’s electorate voted down the so-called “personhood amendment,” which would have defined a fertilized egg as a person. Buoyed by anti-abortion activists, the measure would have effectively criminalized abortion, and could also have outlawed some forms of birth control and placed new restrictions on reproductive medicine. (The Washington Post)

– European Jewish leaders are moving to prevent anti-circumcision initiatives from becoming law. (Ynet)

– It’s 11/11/11 — and it’s a big day for C-sections in Seoul. (Reuters)

– Time to say “dayenu“? Over at Babble, Stephanie Wilder Taylor has an open letter from “19 Kids and Counting” star Michelle Duggar’s uterus. (Babble)

– And before you give your newborn a name like “Trendy,” we suggest you consult Kveller’s Jewish Baby Name Finder. (Yahoo! via Babble)

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