Link love: turn your single stroller into a double, lead found in drinks for kids, e-mail bans at home and more


Check out this clever way to turn your single stroller into a double stroller for just $10. [momfinds]
This week the Environmental Law Foundation discovered that lead, a highly toxic chemical for children, was found in a variety of foods and drinks for children and babies. The specific food categories included apple juice, grape juice, packaged pears and peaches (including baby food), and fruit cocktail from many brands including Motts, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, Welch’s, Del Monte, Gerber and more. [sheknows]
Baby on board? May need to kick those heels to the curb. There’s a new warning by podiatrists urging pregnant women to stop wearing flip-flops, ballet flats, and high heels. There is one silver lining: No more Uggs. [stylelist]
Do you ignore your kids when you’re using the computer? Follow this mom’s lead and impose an internet and e-mail ban in your home from 4:00 to 8:00 each evening. [babycenter]
Hitting the road this summer? Check out these DVD-free ways to keep kids occupied on a road trip. [simplemom]

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