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    • Mothers Matter

      40 ways to entertain your kids if you're not feeling well - great ideas when you're expecting.

    • Justine Mendoza

      40 ways to entertain your kids while lying down. Next time I'm sick . . .or just tired (but don't tell anyone). This article REALLY has some good ideas!

    • Laura Moffat

      entertaining kids lying down

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