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Mom to give uterus to daughter born without reproductive organs

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Eva Otterman is giving her uterus to her 25-year-old daughter, Sarah, who was born without reproductive organs. The pair, along with nine other sets of women, are part of a womb transplant trial in Sweden. If the wombs are not rejected by their recipients after a year, the recipients will undergo in vitro fertilization to increase their chances of conceiving children. (Toronto Star via Parentables)

Signing up your children for a team sport is not the way to make sure they stay fit, Adam Bornstein and Maria Masters write on behalf of Men’s Health. This is one of 10 tips from Bornstein and Masters for keeping children healthy and active. (ABC News)

The Georgetown Waterfront Celebration is from noon to 3 p.m Sunday at Washington Harbour. Festivities include a water balloon battle, face painting, outdoor grilling from restaurants Tony and Joe’s Seafood Place and Nick’s Riverside Grille and more. (DC Urban Moms and Dads)

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