Morning Brew 05-31-09

Posted by: , May 1, 2009 in 8:47 am

Today’s top headlines for parents

morning%20brew%20pic Morning Brew 05 31 09Twenty-seven years after her son was abducted by his father and spirited off to Hungary, a mother finds him on Facebook.

The U.S. Supreme Court is getting set to rule on when public school systems must reimburse parents of special-ed kids for the cost of private school tuitions.

After historic lows, mortgage rates are on the rise.

Sometimes, college admission is all about politics.

Learning to the beat of a different drum:


There’s plenty of info available about how to live a healthy lifestyle but no one seems to be listening.

The new pending credit card reform rules bring new rights and responsibilities for parents of children under 21.

Moms and the new social media network:

Quasi-celebrity Nadya Suleman is getting her own “quasi-reality TV series.”

Kimora Lee Simmons tweeted and twittered her way through labor as she and Djimon Hounsou welcomed their new son yesterday morning.

Killers frontman Brandon Flowers and wife have baby #2 on the way.

Kid’s take a look at The Mysterious Benedict Society and it’s author:

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