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  • http://www.lucieslist.com/baby-registry-basics/ Baby Registry Basics | Lucie's List - Get the latest on baby registry basics, broken down into 10 simple categories.
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/baby-registry-basics/best-infant-car-seats-strollers/ Best Infant Car Seats and Strollers | Lucie's List - Breaking down our favorite infant car seats and strollers in each price category and discussing features and compatibility of each. Graco Snug Ride, Chicco KeyFit, etc.
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/baby-registry-basics/infant-car-seats/ Infant Car Seats | Lucie's List - Our favorite infant car seats in each price category (Graco, Britax, Chicco, Cybex and more), which strollers they go (nicely) with and how to install a basic seat.
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/baby-registry-basics/baby-strollers/ Baby Strollers | Lucie's List - Our favorite baby strollers for infants and toddlers, including car seat stroller frames (for 0-12 months) and full-sized strollers for use with or without a car seat.
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/baby-registry-basics/best-infant-toddler-baby-carriers/ Baby Carriers | Lucie's List - Our favorite newborn, infant and toddler Baby Carriers, including reviews of Nesting Days, ErgoBaby, Baby Bjorn, Beco, Tula, Boba, Baby K'Tan, and more.
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/baby-registry-basics/infant-carriers/ Infant Carriers | Lucie's List - Our favorite Infant Carriers, including reviews of Nesting Days, ErgoBaby, Baby Bjorn, Beco, Tula, Boba, Baby K'Tan, and more.
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/baby-registry-basics/best-soft-structured-baby-carriers/ Best Soft Structured Baby Carriers | Lucie's List - Our favorite soft structured baby carriers, including reviews of Nesting Days, ErgoBaby, Baby Bjorn, Beco, Tula, Boba, Baby K'Tan, and more.
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/baby-registry-basics/best-swings-and-bouncers/ Best Baby Bouncers | Lucie's List - The Best Baby Bouncers including our economy favorites like Fisher Price, Rock 'n Play & more. Also, our modern faves like BabyBjorn, Stokke & the Nuna Leaf
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/baby-registry-basics/best-baby-swings/ Baby Swings | Lucie's List - The Best Baby Swings and other related items, such as the Mamaroo and the Nuna Leaf. Fisher Price has the market cornered on swings and it's a great item to buy used.
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/baby-registry-basics/bath-time/ Baby Bath Tubs | Lucie's List - Lucie's List reviews the best Baby Bath Tubs and other bath time essentials. We also discuss newborn vs. "regular" infant tubs and the benefits of each.
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/baby-registry-basics/infant-bath-tubs/ Infant Bath Tubs | Lucie's List - You don't need to spend a lot of money on an infant bath tub! Our two favorite infant bath tubs are less than $20, the First Years infant tub and the Munchkin White Hot Inflatable Tub.
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/baby-registry-basics/baby-towels/ Baby Towels and Linens | Lucie's List - Lucie's List reviews are favorite baby towels and washcloths, including Gerber, Clevamama, SpaSilk, Circo and Pottery Barn. Hooded baby towels are better at keeping heads warm.
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/baby-registry-basics/baby-shampoo-baby-soap/ Baby Shampoo and Baby Soap | Lucie's List - Lucie's List reviews the Best Baby Shampoo and Baby Soap, including the "regular stuff" like Johnson's Baby and the crunchier soaps, like California Baby and Babyganics.
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/baby-registry-basics/sleeping/ Essential Gear for Sleeping | Lucie's List - Expert reviews of baby sleep gear: co-sleepers, cribs, mattresses, swaddles, linens, baby monitors, white noise machines and night lights. Oh my!
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/baby-registry-basics/feeding/ Best Infant Feeding Products: Bottles, Nursing Supplies, etc. | Lucie's List - Expert reviews of everything you need to feed your baby: bottles, formula, breastpumps, nursing pillows, nursing bras and tanks, milk storage & accessories
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/baby-registry-basics/clothing/ Best Baby Clothes - Buying Guide | Lucie's List - A practical guide to dressing your baby: our favorite onesies, pants, footies, pajamas, socks, booties and slippers + more
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/postpartum/ The Postpartum Experience | Lucie's List - The real postpartum experience for first-time moms: what to expect at the hospital, when you come home and your recovery.
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/postpartum/after-delivery/ What Really Happens after Delivery | Lucie's List - A real account of what happens after delivering a baby, including nursing for the first time, stitches, afterpains, fundus massage and recovery.
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/postpartum/your-baby/ What happens to a healthy baby after delivery | Lucie's List - What happens to a healthy baby after delivery, including shots and weight checks.
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/postpartum/the-first-day-night/ The first day and night after you deliver | Lucie's List - Tips for sleeping and surviving the first couple of days after you deliver in a hospital
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/postpartum/going-home/ Postpartum tips for Coming Home from the Hospital | Lucie's List - Postpartum tips for coming home from the hospital with your new baby, including your car ride home and surviving the first week.
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/postpartum/recovering-from-vaginal-delivery/ Recovering from a vaginal delivery | Lucie's List - Recovering from a vaginal delivery: tearing, stitches, incontinence, constipation, hemorrhoids and joint pain - and products that will help you survive.
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/postpartum/recovering-from-a-c-section/ What to Expect while recovering from a c-section | Lucie's List - What to Expect while recovering from a c-section: eating, bleeding, showering and pain management.
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/postpartum/your-emotions/ Postpartum Emotions and the Baby Blues | Lucie's List - Postpartum Emotions and the Baby Blues: It s normal to feel very emotional in the first few days after you deliver, thanks to crazy fluctuations of your hormones.
  • http://www.lucieslist.com/breastfeeding/ Breastfeeding Pros and Cons | Lucie's List - Real life Breastfeeding Pros and Cons | How to latch a baby and overcome common pitfalls and maladies, including thrush, blocked ducts and mastitis.

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  • P Consultant - scared straight

    I was going to upgrade to 2011. Went on line to order it, read the reviews and was so scared by the vendor issue, storage issue, fees, pop up ads and messages, etc. that I have decided not to upgrade. I will have my admin assitant research and install alternate software for my consulting business. My accounting firm expressed many of the same frustrations, just wanted to confirm them for myself. This information makes Microsoft seem like good guys!

  • Wesley Everett - I bought mine to replace a similar Samsung "Smart" TV which is actually too smart for its own good -- the TV's "Anynet" HDMI ...

    It's only a day or two old so this is a first-impressions review. As others have said, sharp picture, and clear, easy-to-use interface. Simple, very well-laid out remote control. I bought mine to replace a similar Samsung "Smart" TV which is actually too smart for its own good -- the TV's "Anynet" HDMI functions did not play nice with the similar functions on my Yamaha receiver at the heart of my home entertainment system, and no mediation seemed to help. No problem with this TV. (After several bad experiences, I now buy only panels with no "smart" functions, and just plug in a Chromecast or Roku stick if I want those functions, at much greater speed and easy operability/upgradeability, than having a wasted chip inside my TV.) Major word to the wise for wall installers: The 42 inch model (I have not seen the others) has a funky rear panel layout, with most of the TV's essential inputs just off dead-center (both in height and width) in the back of the unit. Many standard TV wall mounts (mine is a VideoSecu, with two-joint arm) with a solid, 200 x 200 plate in the center will block most or all of the inputs *completely.* I had to McGyver mine to mount it slightly off center, which meant foregoing a couple of screws in various places. This isn't an option with many mounts. But I did get it to work. Note that for its size, this set is actually very light, well below the weight limit of most TV mounts, so I'm not exactly worried about it falling off the wall.

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