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Hollee Actman Becker

Hollee Actman Becker is freelance writer whose work has been featured in Self, Cosmo, Lucky, The New York Post, Philadelphia magazine, Scary Mommy, Today.com, Huffington Post and on her own blog, suburbabble.com.

Stories by Hollee Actman Becker

Kids were having a water gun fight when they saw the fire and took action.
"We know that children can sometimes be led astray and do things that are harmful, but to set oneself on fire brings it to new levels of foolishness," doctor says.
After one day covering for his ailing wife, father admits he "would rather be the dad."
"She has just been absolutely in love with this playhouse. It's just been amazing. She doesn't want to leave," girl's mom says.
A child dies nearly once a month due to blind cord strangulation, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission says.
Boy uses FM frequency system to hear spelling words through his cochlear implant.
"It's great to share stories and pictures of your baby. But relying on Facebook to feel good about your parenting may be risky," researcher says.
"My parents told me I couldn't go to prom because I wanted to go with my boyfriend so I had to go behind their backs," teen tweets.
Company creates adult-sized replica of its baby stroller and invites parents to try it.
"[My daughter's] imagination and creative play has really soared, and I wanted a new photo series to capture this part of her childhood," mom says.

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