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Published December 5, 2017 at 8:30 a.m.


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Twelve-year-old brothers Owen and Lucas Marchessault win competition to design new flag for Burlington. Need a graphic design job, guys?


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A slew of new baby-food startups offer organic, cold-pressed and chemical-free food for tots. Or you can just give little Suzy a squeezie applesauce and call it a day.


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Tiffany & Co. jewelry store launches an Everyday Objects line, including a sterling silver tin-can baby bank for a thousand bucks. Perfect for the little tyke who has everything.


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Vermont Public Interest Research Group releases annual list of toxic toys, including fidget spinners with dangerously high levels of lead. We thought those things were just annoying.


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Barbie backs marriage equality on the doll's official Instagram account, wearing a shirt that says, "Love Wins." Style and substance. Who knew?


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New study finds that E. coli bacterium thrives in uncooked flour dishes like cake batter and cookie dough. Put down the whisk, and nobody gets hurt.


This article was originally published in Seven Days' monthly parenting magazine, Kids VT.

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