A Great Sale is Afoot: Buy One, Get 50% Off All Stride Rite Shoes

Any pint-sized fashionsta know that shoes can make or break an outfit, so if your tot is in need of some stylish footwear, check out the sale Stride Rite has going on:  Buy one, get one 50% all footwear, a sale that has now extended to their online store as well.  So put on your running shoes and rush over to get that wallet!  Sale ends Monday.

Collections by stride rite stores or stride rite outlet stores. Purchase any footwear item and receive 50% off the second item of equal or lesser value. Offer ends on April 4, 2011 11:59pm EST. striderite.com savings are applied at checkout. All styles and sizes may not be available at striderite.com. Offer valid for in-stock merchandise only, while supplies last. Offer includes sale and clearance items. Offer cannot be combined with any other special offer, coupons. Prior purchases & gift cards excluded. Consumer pays all applicable sales tax. Void where prohibited by law. striderite.com reserves the right to change or cancel this promotion at any time.

News Roundup: Katie Holmes Bravely Speaks Out About Penis Gummies-gate

Katie Holmes says she is “horrified” by Suri’s penis gummies scandal.  Fun challenge of the day:  Find a way to casually work “penis gummies” into conversation!  [Us]

Are leashes for children?  Personally, I believe in more humane ways of keeping kids in line.  Like taser guns and embedded GPS tracking chips. [New York Times]

Mom believes Facebook was making her a “bad parent,” decides to kick her Internet addiction.  But then… where will she be able to see videos of dogs dancing the Funky Chicken?  [Babble]

New Parents Desperately Seeking Other New Parents For Socializing. Key quote:  “New parents David and Diane Huber, both 28, remain locked in a desperate search for other parents with whom they can talk exclusively about children, child-rearing, and their beautiful eight-month-old son Tyler, sources said Monday.”  [The Onion]

In today’s wholly inappropriate “Who Wore It Best?” column:  The Suri vs. Honor edition.  [HollyBaby]

If this were my maiden name, then I would have taken my husband’s last name.  [TwitPic]