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SLEEP... this calculator tells you the best times to fall asleep depending on what time you need to wake up in the morning. Where has this been all my life??? This is great!

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Pinebriated: When you can’t remember if you’ve already pinned that. (from WTFPinterest.com)

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Dwight K. Schrute kids costume. CUTE! . Visit the Babble Facebook page to enter the Dream Dress-Up Contest! #halloween 3 stumble! google +1 RELATED POSTS : Dream Dress-Ups Contest: Turn Your Child’s Drawing into a Costume! Top 10 Best DIY Halloween Costumes 6 Best Halloween Costume Ideas 2010 Why You Need to Buy Your Kid’s Halloween Costume This Week Comments: (3) Tags: boy costume ideas, costumes, homemade costumes, kid costume ideas, kid costumes Go Back To Family Style 3 Comments The Dwight Schrute costume is cute, but why would any little boy want to wear that costume? I doubt any preschoolers are watching The Office–at least I hope not! Shouldn’t a kid wear something that would be fun for him (or her) unless you’re talking about a baby too young to understand Halloween. My three-year-old is going to be Ladybug Girl for Halloween. PENCILS COMMENTED ON SEP 13 11 AT 1:43 PM Brilliant. Hilarious! SUSAN COMMENTED ON SEP 14 11 AT 5:00 PM That Dwight costume is AWESOME! My kid isn’t old enough to know what it’s all about yet and I’ll be really pushing it to get him wearing any hats or accessories that most costumes need to be fun. Right now, it’s all about whatever entertains me. I was set on Elvis, but this may be something to think about. HAXEL COMMENTED ON SEP 14 11 AT 7:30 PM Add your take: Note: Babble is a supportive, diverse community. We encourage a range of opinions, but any unduly hostile comments will be removed. Name (required) Mail (required) Comments are delayed up to 15 minutes Subscribe to RSS feed Become a fan of Family Style Follow us on Twitter Get the Daily Babble Best of Babble.com Top 100 Food Mom Blogs What Not to Say to Pregnant Women Best iPhone/Droid Apps for Moms Top 50 Mom Blogs on the Web Most Popular on Facebook Nicole Balch has been transforming her so-so house into a lovely home and blogging about it at Making it Lovely. She loves stripes, the color pink, and chocolate with peanut butter. She lives in the Chicago area with her husband and two young kids. Gabrielle Blair is author of the popular Design Mom blog and a founder of Kirtsy — an influential social media community for women. She and her sweetheart, Ben, have migrated to Colorado where they are raising their six kids. Jaime Morrison Curtis is author of the book Prudent Advice: Lessons for My Baby Daughter (A Life List for Every Woman), founding editor at Prudent Baby, and mother to two-year-old Scarlet Jane. She was born and raised in Los Angeles, where she lives with her skateboarder husband, her daughter, and their beloved dog Puck. She always welcomes unsolicited advice. Rachel Faucett is a designer and vintage scout for all things children, sharing her latest finds on her blog handmade charlotte. She lives on a farm just outside of Atlanta with her husband and their five children (and ever-changing menagerie of animals). Jordan Ferney is a former event planner and author of the popular Oh Happy Day blog. She likes picnics, balloons, and any kind of party. Jordan lives in San Francisco in a one bedroom apartment with her husband, Paul and two boys, Moses and Roman. Chelsea Fuss authors the popular lifestyle blog, Frolic! which was named as one of the top design blogs in the world by The London Times. As a prop stylist and floral designer Chelsea styles sets for product photography, books, and catalogs. She enjoys weekly shopping sprees for cheese and flowers in her hometown of Portland, Oregon. Michelle Horton has covered everything from beauty to lifestyle to politics, but since having her son at the ripe age of 23, she's been a regular contributor to Babble.com where she blogs at BeingPregnant. She lives in upstate New York with her husband and son, and occasionally updates her blog at Mama Never Said. Liz Stanley blogs daily at Say Yes to Hoboken, a collection of beautiful things and creations, when she's not camping under the Golden Gate bridge or digging for treasures at local thrift stores. Born and raised a New Yorker, Liz is now happy to call the fairytale city of San Francisco home with her husband and son. Rachelle Wilde loves everything to do with design for the little one! She was inspired to start a blog called Kenziepoo, after her adorable daughter Kenzie. She also is the editor of La Petite Magazine. Jan is the author and co-founder (along with her husband Earl) of the popular Canadian design blog, Poppytalk. She is also a huge supporter of all things handmade and is proud to devote her time to their online marketplace, Poppytalk Handmade.

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This is a series of photos comparing fast food company's advertising shots to meals actually received in real life. SURPRISE!: they look nothing alike. Of course if you actually went to Burger King expecting to get something resembling the burger in the picture you obviously have a problem being honest with yourself.

Never would have thought of doing this-(a pumpkin in womens patterned tights)-Neat way to do something different than always carving them!

Water droplets frozen in high speed photographs by Heinz Maier via telgraph.co.uk: He uses a Canon EOS 7D camera and Canon 100mm 2.8 IS L macro lens used to capture the droplets as they are released from several remote-controlled solenoid valves. #Photography #Water_Droplet_Photography #High_Speed_Photography

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dont bother saving a spot for who doesnt want to make an effort. :)

This imaginary triangle, also known as "Devil's Triangle," has its three points at Miami, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda and has been popularly known for supposedly paranormal disappearances of boats and aircraft.