View Full Version : Who Should Win a Golden Pacifier Award?
Jessica at Parenting.com
02-05-2009, 05:18 PM
Every year, Babytalk honors the newsmakers who look out for the little people (babies!).
See the 2008 Winners (http://www.parenting.com/gallery/Baby/The-2008-Golden-Pacifier-Awards/1/4).
We're compiling our nominations now, but we are curious to know: Who do you think deserves a Golden Pacifier Award in 2009?
Reply to this message and let us know!
02-10-2009, 12:23 PM
First Candle, they are an organization that works to educate and eliminate Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. For more information visit: http://firstcandle.org/
09-17-2009, 04:35 PM
I have very cute dresses from
I love all the styles and their prices are really low compared to competitors. I think helping moms save and little girls look super cute is enough to be nominated!
11-14-2009, 06:40 PM
I've recently discovered a new and growing site that supports moms with special needs children, alerts moms of children with allergies to undeclared ingredients not on labels, offers news updates for ALL moms and provides stress-reducing tips with lots of humor. For the Golden Pacifier Award, I definitely nominate this worthy must-see site, http://www.only4moms.com.
02-24-2010, 02:22 PM
Babysmartees.com. They offer daily infant stimulation techniques on their blog: http://babysmartees.blogspot.com/. Quality ways to interact with your baby utilizing a different sense each day in one place. I login in the morning, check out what they have, and use it throughout the day. Somtimes I can't think of anything and now I don't have to; or if I want a new idea -- bazinga! Encouraging quality interaction with newborns, Golden Pacifier Award for sure!
03-03-2010, 09:27 AM
I think that Jenny McCarthy does. She is an amazing spokesperson for autism. The only reason I'm thinking of it is because I just read an article about her and her son Evan yesterday in a magazine. She is very well informed and I think it's very refreshing to have a celebrity be so passionate AND intelligent when it comes to autism.
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