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Why I’m Dreaming of Family Travel This Year

“Savor the planning, inhabit the surprises, heal if you must, and journey on. Enjoy the entirety of your travels, and consider 2021 an opportunity for the most well researched you, ever. Whether in a summer sojourn, or the journey of life.”

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4 Great City Products for City Moms

Find out the best gear from Megan who lives in Queens with 3 kids.

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Make History with These DC Inspired Baby Names

From leaders who have changed the course of history to twin names with extreme flower power, read on for a list of the coolest baby names that also showcase the distinct personality of the nation’s capital.

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Mary Poppins Is Getting Her First Disney Parks Attraction

It’s sure to be practically perfect in every way.

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One Day We Will Give Our Kids the World

“I was determined to see this family travel challenge through, if not to prove the naysayers wrong, to prove myself right.”

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A Georgetown Kind of Day

Get out to Georgetown where historic homes, a waterfront park and sweet snacks make for a great weekend outing.

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Parlez-Vous D.C.? A Dictionary for District Parents

Here’s a lesson in local lingo for Moms and Dads.

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Travel the World with These Lonely Planet Kids Books

Discover engaging and educational reads that’ll open their eyes to new worlds and cultures near and far.

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Grocery Shopping Made Fun at These Specialty Food Markets

The next time Old Mother Hubbard complains about your empty cupboards, take the kiddos on a cultural food tour and pick up groceries at the same time.

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Seaport Village: A Bayside Destination With An Antique Carousel

Where can you go for a seaside stroll, kite flying fun, and tasty ice cream to eat? This and more is waiting for kids and adults at Seaport Village!

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A Change of Pace: 7 Family-Friendly Walking Tours

We’ve rounded up the coolest, kid-friendliest walking tours that will keep little ones engaged and tucker them out for bedtime, all while imparting a little historical wisdom.

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Tour Brooklyn’s Top Family Neighborhoods

Discover the borough’s coolest hot spots, neighborhood by neighborhood. These top parks, stores, restaurants, play spaces and attractions will make taking your brood on the subway to explore somewhere new well worth it.

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An Enchanting Outing at Enchanted Forest

Just south of Salem is an enchanted theme park that is not only closer than the Magic Kingdom, but far more manageable. Grouped into themed “lands,” (ahem, much like another theme park we know), it’s totally perfect for a day trip.

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Bon Appetit: Where to Enjoy French Cuisine

We’ve already determined that French parents know it all, so naturally, the next step in becoming a faux-Frenchie is to expose your wee ones to all that Seattle has to offer in French cuisine. While visions of your preschooler screaming…

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Los Angeles Activities: Brentwood Country Mart

The Brentwood Country Mart was built in 1948 as the West Side’s version of L.A.’s famed Farmer’s Market. This unique shopping center is located at the crossroads of Brentwood and Santa Monica at the corner of 26th Street and San…

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Old-School San Francisco Hats with a New Look

Hat Trick
Some things never go out of style: classic hat styles like the fedora and the driver cap, for example. In 1895, Cassel Goorin sold his first hat off a horsecart parked in Pittsburgh’s cobblestone streets. And today’s customers…

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