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A Douglasville couple created DriButts reusable diapers to help impoverished families
Michael Wahl never planned to start a diaper company. But in 2013, after building wells as a church missionary in Haiti, where toddlers often go naked, he returned home and, with wife Starla, set about designing a quick-dry, reusable diaper.
Upgrade your nursery with Sweet Gemma’s whimsical art
Who says nursery room decor has to be twee? Not Lindsey Viscomi, a Druid Hills mom who was sick of scouring Etsy for stylish, affordable art for her two kids.
Got (breast) milk? Piedmont Healthcare is taking donations
Last November, Piedmont Healthcare partnered with California-based Prolacta Bioscience to launch a “virtual milk bank” through which women can donate and ship frozen milk from the comfort of their homes.
My friend grant Henry is having a baby. Or more specifically, his daughter Mary Grace is the one performing the actual feat of giving birth, and she and her new husband will be the actual parents. But I try not to remind Grant of that. He is too busy buying designer high chairs off the Internet to notice the baby doesn’t belong to him.
Feeling good about puppies and babies
If you heard that someone abused a puppy, a child, and an adult, which would affect you the most? That was the focus of some of the more interesting research released when the American Sociological Association met in New York this week. The study, by sociology professors at Northeastern University, found that people have more empathy for battered puppies and dogs and children than they do for adults.
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