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Connection failure?

Mothers of newborns want to stay wired into the adult world, but concerns arise that the Net is separating mom and baby

(Katherine Streeter illustration)
By Seetha Narayan
Globe Correspondent / April 22, 2008

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Soon after giving birth, Kimberly Frazier-Booth, 40, developed what she called a computer position. "Imagine the baby Velcroed to my chest," Frazier-Booth said. "I would get an angle where she was firmly attached, my knees up under the desk, and answer e-mails." (Full article: 987 words)

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