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How should Parenting's chat room be named?

The Playground A place to relax we regularly go to, where it’s easy to start a conversation with other parents and where we can also have fun.
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Should Parenting.SE opt out of HNQ: Yes or No?

No Don't opt out! I don't want Parenting.SE to opt-out of being visible on the HNQ. This means that popular questions will continue to be visible on the HNQ.
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Is a question about discussion agnosticism with a religious parent a duplicate?

I think it's a duplicate, but a "better fit" duplicate would be How do I tell my mom that I am not Christian?. Since the OP of this question and the OP of the duplicate are both teenagers, the ...
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Should Parenting.SE opt out of HNQ: Yes or No?

Yes Opt out! I want Parenting.SE to opt-out of being visible on the HNQ. This means that questions asked on Parenting.SE will no longer be visible on the HNQ.
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Some links from the 2022 Election page point to 2020 resources

That was a remnant of the previous election system, where those links needed manual updating every time we ran a new election. As you noted, the other links below the fold were correct, as those are ...
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The [father], [fatherhood] or [dad] of all tag synonyms?

I believe that we need only those three tags: parents mother father This means that father would have to be created and both, dad and fatherhood, to become its tag synonyms. This would keep it ...
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How should Parenting's chat room be named?

The Timeout Corner! Pros: It's cool (Almost) everyone understands the reference It's highly relatable to the topic of parenting You can tell people to "go to Timeout!" when you want to chat Let me ...
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How should Parenting's chat room be named?

"Down the Rabbit Hole" or just "The Rabbit Hole", an allusion to Alice in Wonderland. Pros: already a cultural phrase usually involving discussions that lead to other things. From a famous ...
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Burninate [age] tag

I agree - for the questions currently using the age tag it serves no purpose. I will remove it. I think the age-appropriate tag is fine.
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How should Parenting's chat room be named?

Meet the Parents Kind of true, taken literally, so on topic Short Almost unique 3 letter abbreviation: MtP Well known One strength may also be considered a weakness - the meaning with regards to ...
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3 Become 1: Merging [dad] and [fatherhood] with [father]?

Given the past thread, this makes sense. Merged as requested.
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New tag: [screen-time] for any screen time related issues: TV, computer, tablet, smartphone?

This seems reasonable to me. If there are more than 300 questions about screen time, having a tag for it makes sense. I think you did a good job summarizing the pros and cons. It makes a strong ...
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Is a question about discussion agnosticism with a religious parent a duplicate?

How should we handle questions that have subtle differences? Do we close newer questions and point them to the previous question? (I hope we only do this if the previous question has a relevant ...
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