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5 Kid Foods That Aren’t as Healthy as They Seem

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Some foods and drinks have become staples for kids, like apple juice at preschool, graham crackers at snack time. They seem like perfectly healthy options, but actually not. It’s clear that many of these childhood faves aren’t nearly as wholesome as they’re made out to be when you read read the ingredient lists and crunch… Read More

8 Easy Birthday Party Games for Kids

8 Easy Birthday Party Games for Kids

Besides cake and presents, you should also have some exciting party games planned to keep the kids entertained in your kids’ birthday part. Devising games can be daunting, so we asked some party planning experts to give us a few hints on how to pick ones that are sure to be a hit. Just focus… Read More

9 Baby Registry Mistakes to Avoid Making

9 Baby Registry Mistakes to Avoid Making

When I first cared my little child,  I curated my registry up until my baby shower. I read through entire books about which was the best stroller, diaper bag, pacifier, and burp cloth. There is just so much gear to wade through, and I wanted to make sure I did it right.  Also, having never been… Read More

5 Tips for Flying With Kids Over the Holidays

Flying With Kids

1. Sign Up for Precheck You should arrive at least two hours before domestic flights. The best way to ensure an easy experience is to sign up for the PreCheck program from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), which lets you (and kids 12 and under) take a VIP line that is generally five minutes or… Read More

10 Mind-Blowing Facts About Your Baby

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1. Baby knows you’re mad. 15-month-olds remembered what they saw an adult get angry, and even changed their behavior to avoid being the target of that person’s anger, a study revealed. When you want yell  at your hubby, just think twice as it may have more of an affect than you think. 2. Babies control… Read More

Teaching Your Child About Peers With Special Needs

Teaching Your Child About Peers With Special Needs

“8-year-old J. is really sweet and loves attention.”  Say her mother. “She goes to her friend’s house, does horseback riding, and likes to play board games. She also has cerebral palsy, and is non-verbal and non-ambulatory. She uses augmentative communication boards to communicate and a wheelchair for mobility. At her public school, J. has a… Read More

LA’s Outdoor Ice Skating Rinks from Downtown to Thousand Oaks

ice skating outdoor rink

During the winter months Angelenos we love doing is pretending that it’s winter, and the most fun way we do it is by turning parking lots and other open spaces into outdoor skating rinks for the holidays. Whether your family is trying skating for the first time, or you’ve got budding athletes looking for a change… Read More

6 Unexpected After-School Activities

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Cartooning Why It’s Hot: It is Safe also lt illustrates sixth-grade epic Smile has spent more than 200 weeks on the best-seller list, and in 2015, graphic novels won Newbery, Printz, and Caldecott honors. Best For: Creative types—even the kids who worry they’re terrible at drawing. “You don’t need any artistic talent to enjoy a cartooning class,”… Read More

Interesting Things To Do with NYC Kids: November GoList

See the beasts of Where the Wild Things Are at a new Lincoln Center film festival.

It is late fall and Christmas decor is taking over every square inch of New York City’s seasonal retail space. This can only mean one thing: November is upon us. This month brings lots of family fun to NYC, including mini maker faires, the annual Canstruction, a pair of new museum exhibits, holiday train fun,… Read More

9 Outdoor Ice Skating Rinks to Visit with Kids in NYC

Outdoor Ice Skating Rinks to Visit with Kids in NYC

Winter is coming and it is time to sharpen those ice skates. Many of New York City’s outdoor rinks are open for family fall, er, winter fun. If you prefer to twirl with the tourists at Rockefeller Center and Central Park’s Wollman Rink or go off the beaten path to a Mommy Poppins favorite such as Lasker… Read More

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