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    I’ve had my Droid for nine months now, and still have yet to maximize its potential. This print & fold guide (pdf) with 10 things to do if you’re a first-time Android user should get me headed in the right direction. (Via Lifehacker.)

    Amazon’s Holiday Lightning Deals today include a Barbie at 9 a.m. PST, Newman’s Own organic pretzels at 10 a.m., an Earth’s Best Toddler gift set at noon, and a Bratz accessories set at 6 p.m. Disclosure: I’m an Amazon affiliate, so any purchase you make after entering Amazon through a link on Chief Family Officer supports this site at no additional cost to you. Thank you!

    There are a couple of Lego deals: The LEGO Toy Story Army Men on Patrol set is on sale for $5.99 (down from $14.99). And the LEGO Harry Potter Freeing Dobby set is on sale for $5.99 (down from $10.99). At these prices, I’m going to buy some to have on hand as birthday gifts.

    When my boys were little, I loved Halo Sleepsacks because they provided an extra layer of warmth without the SIDS risk of a blanket. They weren’t cheap, though, so I’m happy to see them on sale at Amazon for an additional 20% off for Amazon Mom members with code UT93GGPZ. (More details here.)

    The free holiday mp3 today is I’ll Be Home For Christmas by BarlowGirl.

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    Today only, GAP is offering an extra 40% off everything with this printable coupon. Tomorrow you can use the coupon for 30%, and on Thursday for 25% off.

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