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Tooth Fairy Economics

Tooth Fairy Economics

The Rising Cost Of Parenting “Dad, why does the tooth fairy give money for teeth?” Like all five-year-olds, my son Arthur was nothing if not inquisitive. I paused. I’d been through the standard Santa Claus questions and could discuss rocket-powered sleighs and how Santa could ingest a few hundred million cookies without throwing up. But …

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Best Sound Machine babies

Best Baby Sound Machine

Does your baby jolt awake at every night-time noise? A sound machine may just be what you need to get your baby to sleep through the night. With so many different styles of sound machines out there, it can be a difficult task to find the perfect one for your baby. Fortunately, I have done …

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Atlanta City Pass

Atlanta City Pass

Atlanta City Pass is the top way to discover Atlanta, Ga. With Atlanta CityPASS you can skip long lines and visit five of the best Atlanta Attractions with savings of 45 percent off regular priced tickets. The best part of all, the price for Atlanta City Pass is still the same for 2012. This makes …

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Atlanta Georgia Wine

Taste Georgia Wine

When one thinks of the wine country, thought is of Europe or the Napa Valley of California. Many states in the USA have wineries, including Georgia. Georgia is not the first state one thinks of when talking wine, but it also should not be the last. Georgia is just one of 50 states in the …

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Underground Atlanta History

History of Underground Atlanta

Underground Atlanta, or “the original Atlanta” has been here from the very beginning. 1836 – 1860: Atlanta Begins as a Railroad Town The State of Georgia chartered a railroad to connect farming and cotton states to eastern markets and ports in 1836. A rail line was built between Atlanta and Chattanooga and 138-mile markers were …

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