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    Children celebrate the inauguration

    Wed Jan 21

    Photo: Michael Appleton for The New York Times While millions of people gathered in Washington D.C. to watch Barack Obama be sworn in as our 44th president, kids around the country (and more importantly NYC) celebrated the event in style. Though some parents kept their kids home to watch the historic event, those that did make it to class took part by attending rallies, screenings and yes, even inaugural balls (we're jealous, too). Wanna know what other Gotham tykes were up to today? Get the scoop here .

    Peanut butter recall continues

    Wed Jan 21

    As a parent, you're most likely aware of the peanut butter product recalls that have been going on for months now. If your local bodega hasn't already been completely wiped out of the sticky goodness, here's a list of products you may want to steer clear of (or toss if they're hanging around in your pantry). Oh PB&J, how we miss you so...

    Kid Picks review: Paul Blart: Mall Cop

    Wed Jan 21

    Our buds over at Kid Picks asked youngsters what they thought of Kevin James as a goofy security guard in Mall Cop. See what they had to say!

    Little Adolf Hitler removed from home

    Tue Jan 20

    There are a lot of folks out there who love bizarre baby names (Jason Lee's son Pilot Inspektor, anyone?), but when does creative freedom become child abuse? Three tots with neo-Nazi names were first introduced to the nation back in December when a supermarket bakery refused to write the eldest child's moniker, Adolf Hitler, on his birthday cake. The saga spawned a sequel last week when Adolf and his little sisters, JoyceLynn Aryan Nation and Honszlynn Hinler Jeannie (no, we're not kidding), were removed from their parents' home by the New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services. The reason for their removal is unknown. But let's face it: The authorities got involved because of their names. If the parents didn't actually do anything abusive to their kids (beyond the obvious), do you think the government has the right to take them away?

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