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Which baby names ensure success? Ask Dr. Mehrabian!

Tuesday, May 12th, 2009

A perfect baby name predestines success without giving off the stench of banality. At least, that was my theory when I began researching The Perfect Baby Handbook. But I needed proof. Luckily, I stumbled upon “Baby Name Report Card: Beneficial and Harmful Baby Names,” a qualitative analysis based on large-scale surveys conducted over 10 years […]

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Studies in imperfect book covers: A Wrinkle in Time

Monday, May 4th, 2009

If you’ve read A Wrinkle in Time, Madeleine L’Engle’s 1961 sci-fi children’s classic, you’ve met Charles Wallace, one of fiction’s great perfect babies. At five years old, he’s not exactly tongue-tied (“Let’s be exclusive…that’s my new word for the day. Impressive, isn’t it?”); he’s also psychic, eerily clairvoyant when it comes to anticipating his family’s […]

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Infant-graphic: States ranked by interest in baby perfection

Monday, April 6th, 2009

Here at Perfect Baby Handbook Worldwide Headquarters on Montague Street, we take feedback seriously. We often gather together by our 15-foot-wide, baronial fireplace to study infant-graphics like this map indicating which states are visiting The Perfect Baby Blog most avidly (the darker the green, the higher the hit count). Herewith, America’s Top 12 Perfect-Baby-Obsessed States: […]

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