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Fashion/Gear/Reviews Editor:

Bronwynlives in Northern Virginia with her husband, Anton. They welcomed theirfirst child, Antonia Josephine, on February 8, 2006. After becoming abit obsessed with babies and gear she decided to share her randomknowledge with the world, so she could stop giving unsolicited adviceto parents in stores. She writes her own blog, Mommy and Maven,and does some freelance work for various other sites. For 4 yearsshe was a Style editor for KOL (AOL for Kids) and run KOL Jr. (AOLfor pre-schoolers) and KOL Toy Time. She’s addicted to technology andgadgets and can be found incessantly checking her email.

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Missy is a legal journalist in suburban Philadelphia, where she lives with her husband Eddie and their two sons, preschooler Owen and baby Sam.She obtained degrees in journalism and political science from PennState University. During the rare times when she’s not working orbeing ‘mommy,’ she enjoys running, ice hockey and having a glass ofwine (or two!) with her friends.

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Teba livesin Brooklyn with her husband, Anthony, and their daughter, Catalina(a.k.a Catie) who is one of Anya’s best friends. When she is not busywriting reviews, Teba is hard at work in academia and/or giving(sometimes unsolicited) advice to new moms.

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Nancylives with her husband Eric, 2 year old son, Ben, and new baby AllegraJade in Queens, NY. Nancy has worked in TV production at theFood Network for 5 years (where she researched for Emeril Liveand wrote promo spots) and spent a year NY’s Fox5’s 10:00 News. Beforeher son was born, she taught for 6 years in the New York City schools.She now teaches two nights a week at a local college. Nancy is strollerobsessed and is notorious for giving her two cents about strollers andbaby products when she sees parents shopping in her local baby store.

Reva writesfrom Boston, MA, where she uses her three children as a livinglaboratory for kid and baby product testing. Her 12-year old son,Ethan, is an adoring admirer and photographer of his 2-year old sisterLily, and 8-month old brother Leo. Her husband Peter offers unlimitedcomputer support in return for dinner. Reva previously worked inmarketing for several pre-IPO and publicly-traded software companies.Now up to her ears in babies and bar mitzvah planning, she is taking ahiatus from the 9-5 world until she can get 8 hours of uninterruptedsleep.

Dorynhails from the NYC Metro area. After the birth of her daughter, Tatum,five months ago, she delved back into reviews and recently revived Doryn’s Dish– her "littleblack book" of recommendations. Doryn loves products and researchingthem. If it means buying 5 different versions of things tofind the right one, she’ll do it! Doryn has worked with the behind thescenes design team on the Emmy winning television show ExtremeMakeover: Home Edition and with the renowned residential design firm,Cullman & Kravis. She will soon be producing an online radio show.In her free time, she has previously volunteered at Look Good, FeelBetter and Dress For Success and recently finished volunteer trainingand will be continuing training in the Spring to become a Wish Granterfor Make-A-Wish Foundation.

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A lifelong New Yorker, Danielle Friedland recently abandoned the city of her birth for greener pastures, aka Maplewood, NJ. She and her husband Joshwelcomed their first child, Anya Lucia, on October 14th, 2005. Sheruns the Celebrity Baby Blog full-time, the best job she’s ever had.

She blogs about Anya occasionally — follow her pregnancy up through the Anya updates here. She also tries to squeeze in links to her husband Josh’s site, The Food Section, whenever possible.

Prior to the Celebrity Baby Blog empire, Danielle toiled for theSales Leadership, Training, and Events departments at Avon Products,which she credits for teaching her how to treat her blog like abusiness. She has also worked in technical support for a sexist pig whomade her wear skirt suits even though she was crawling under desks allday, and as a web producer before the dotcom bubble burst.

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