TITLE

YOUR LETTERS

AUTHOR(S)
Kohlenberg, Falan; Landels, Jennifer; George, Alexis; Paulick, Katherine M.; Goodman-Allwright, Lilly; Calhoun, Michelle; Lee, Cedar; Rothstein, Melinda; Christopoulos, Xrista; Correa, Vanesa; Lukawitski, Anita; Bocko, Krista; Dunlap, Rhett; Stares, Ashlea; Small, Shayna; Fischer, Emily; Burton, Natalie; Ballentine, Miranda A. A.; Graham-Nye, Kim; Melissa, Amy And
PUB. DATE
September 2010
SOURCE
Mothering;Sep/Oct2010, Issue 162, p18
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Letter
ABSTRACT
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "No Nappies for Me," by Christine Gross-Loh in the May-June 2010 issue, "The Diaper Dilemma," by Jennifer Margulis, and "Maiden's Moon," by Denise A. Evarts in the March-April 2010 issue.
ACCESSION #
53293071

 

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