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Parents @ Play: The art of science meets the science of art

Anyone who loves – or even just appreciates – science will tell you that there's something beautiful about it. At the same time, those who love – or even just appreciate – art, often admire the technique and scientific precision that can go into creating a masterpiece. This week we had a chance to experience several engaging products that blur the lines between art and science.

Family

Open arms, full house

Lexie is relaxing in her mama's lap when a nurse arrives and leads them to the second floor of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and eventually to Room 16.

Family

Ex-etiquette: Sharing a bed

Q: I'm wondering exactly how to handle this situation and I thought you might be able to help. My husband dies unexpectedly in a car accident three years ago. I have a daughter who is now 4. Since it's been just she and me, we often sleep together. It was a difficult transition for both of us when her daddy died. I've recently met someone I really like – which I thought would never happen, but it did. I'd like him to sleep over, but it's difficult to get my daughter out of my bed. What's good ex-etiquette?

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Accessing ‘Pooh’

My daughter, recently moved away for a job across the country, asked me to locate a specific book from the shelf in her still intact childhood bedroom and mail it to her.

Church hopes to update organ built in the 1950s

The Church of the Blessed Sacrament in College Hill is trying to raise money to update its organ that was put in when the church was built in the 1950s. The cost to repair the organ could range from $250,000 to $1,000,000.