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April 03, 2009

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How sad! Wondertime was hands down my favorite parenting magazine out there. It will be missed!

What a bummer! I just came across your blog as I searched for Wondertime information. =(

I Didn't have the subscription that long but would read (or steal) it while I was at the OB or Dr.s office. It was a great great great magazine. More straight foward and real life thank other parenting mags. Somethign that I would open back up looking for somethign several months later.

I too gifted this to other moms on several occassions. And I was saddened to recieve notice that I would recieve Family Time (boring and breeze through the "already-read-that-in-another-mag content" in 20 min.

Have you found any other similar magazines out there?

Came across this...

http://www.medialifemagazine.com/artman2/publish/Hereandthere/Disney_shutters_Wondertime_magazine.asp

Wow an interesting model. Thank you for sharing.

I am glad it was appropriately punished. I don't work in a big agency, i am an independent, so I don't have any insight into how agencies bill, but I know how I do it, and there is no padding there, so for others to muddy that up is pretty irritating indee

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