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DadLabs: Taking Kids to Get Shots

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  • Type: Video Tutorial
  • Length: 4:05
  • Media: Video/mp4
  • Use: Watch Online & Download
  • Access Period: Unrestricted
  • Download: MP4 (iPod compatible)
  • Size: 44 MB
  • Posted: 12/03/2008

Is taking a child to the doctor's office for shots harder on child or parent? Parent, of course! This and other observations on the awkward role dads must play in the administration of inoculations. Shots, too.

For more information and insights from Daddy Troy, Daddy Clay, Daddy Brad, and the rest of the community at DadLabs, be sure to check out www.dadlabs.com.

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DadLabs
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10/28/2008

DadLabs is an information and entertainment company headquartered in Austin, Texas, that fosters the father/child relationship through media, instructional and retail products. The mission of the company is to strengthen families and benefit children by empowering today's fathers. The company provides resources to expecting, new and veteran fathers that will launch them into a more active and creative role in the lives of their children. DadLabs speaks to the corporate executive and the delivery driver with a voice that is authentic and genuinely male, with wisdom and self-deprecating humor of experience. The products and services offered are honest, informative, sometimes off-color, but...

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