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7 Reasons to Travel with Kids, No Matter How Young They Are

Travel fosters independence and so much more!

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Don’t Call Her “Bossy.” She’s a Leader—& She Might Be a Budding Entrepreneur

Photo: Joseph Gonzalez via Unsplash
Ask a little girl what they want to be when they grow up and you’ll get a variety of answers, many of them similar—fireman, dancer, doctor, singer, pilot, maybe a mommy or a police officer. You’d…

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How to Start Making Life Happen for You

” Life is about partnering with the right people, at the right time. Life is about asking questions and asking for help when you need it.”

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Why Your Family Should Visit Off-the-Radar Places

“The point of travel isn’t just to follow the crowds or impress your friends on social media. The point is to open your eyes to places out of your comfort zone. So, the next time you find yourself with a free weekend, consider the places that weren’t previously on your radar.”

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What I’ve Learned about Parenting My Kid on the Autism Spectrum during COVID-19

“A huge lesson that I have learned having Dominic with me during this time of the pandemic is that he has to learn to adapt to this world, the world isn’t going to adapt for him.”

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13 Ways to Get Your Kids out of Their Comfort Zone

“Here are a few ways to help get your kids out of their comfort zone and try new things.”

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Daddy/Daughter Tutu

This Daddy-Daughter Photo Shoot Is Tutu Cute

Father and 1-year-old daughter wear tutus for a sweet photo shoot.

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Surfs Up! Catch Your First Wave at a Surf School for Kids

Is your little surfer dudes or dudettes ready to Hang Ten? This surf school will have them catching waves in no time!

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The Completely Unexpected Career Choice I Made after Becoming a Mom

“It wasn’t easy to take on a completely new job which I knew nothing about and was a total shift away from my original career, but once I drew on everything that I had experienced as a mother, it made everything that much easier.”

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Our 4 Favorite Life Lessons from “DreamWorks Archibald’s Next Big Thing”

For some capital-A adventure, let Archibald Stutter lead the way.

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Our Kids Live in a Curated World

“Watching them made me nostalgic—and a little jealous.”

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7 Things My Son Absolutely Needs to Hear—& Know—Before Middle School

“Trust that you are an amazing kid without needing to promote yourself or exaggerate a single thing.”

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Do You Have an Orchid or a Dandelion Kid? One Expert Weighs In

Raising kids is a little like nurturing your garden—and every flower is different.

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4 Savvy Ways Working Moms Can Network to Find the Flex Job of Their Dreams

Here are four simple networking resolutions if you want a flexible job that blends work and life.

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My Kid Won’t Remember This Trip—But She’s Coming with Us Anyway

“Why hold your baby? Why take them to the park? They won’t remember those moments, either.”

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This Company Helps Girls Across the US Become CEOs (& Your Kid Could Be Next)

Got a young entrepreneur at home? You’ll want to read this.

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Joanna Gaines’ Quotes about Being a New Mom After 8 Years Are Inspiring

Joanna Gaines gets candid about embracing “new” motherhood after eight long years.

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Motivating Your Kids to Take Risks Makes Them Less Anxious, New Study Finds

It seems completely counter-intuitive, but science says otherwise.

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How Our Children Learn from Our Mistakes (& Why They Should)

Our kids see and hear everything we do and say, even when we don’t think they’re paying attention.

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6 Creative Ways to Budget for Family Travel You Haven’t Thought Of

Here are some tips for budgeting money to have a fun and fulfilling family vacation without breaking the bank.

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When Your Spouse Is Older, This Is What It’s Like to Raise Kids

30 is suddenly the new 20 and 40 has become the new 30: Many people aren’t considering marriage until age 26 and many aren’t even having kids until after age 30. This means a lot of children with older parents. …

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I Am My Mother’s Daughter (with a Few Upgrades)

Every mother has a different st‌yle of parenting. Some are more lenient, others more strict. Some mothers shower their children with constant affection while others take the ‘tough love’ approach.
I am a firm believer that we are a product…

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My Secret to Success Has Taught Me This about Parenting

A lot of people take themselves very seriously. I get it; there exists within us from the very beginning a need to feel important, that our lives are necessary and that we validate our being. Without feeling like we are…

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Subway Sleuths: Award-Winning Autism Program Is Taking Applications Now!

Michelle Obama bestowed it with the highest honor any after-school program can get. So there’s that.

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10 Things Women Actually Want for Valentine’s Day

Find out what they are (hint: flowers did NOT make the cut).

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Feeling unmotivated to work out? Try these simple tricks

As human beings, we are definitely creatures of habit. We find a routine we are comfortable with, one that fits into our daily lives, and we happily stick to it. Oftentimes to the point where we don’t even realize we…

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What I Thought Was a Disaster Became The Biggest Unexpected Blessing

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This post from Hector Quintanilla originally appeared on Quora as an answer to the question “Why do people want to have children?“
I got the most unexpected phone call from my wife, “We need to talk about something very important.”

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Life Lessons 101 – Taking our kids on the road

As a parent, I think one of the best things we can do for our kids is try and help them learn from our mistakes.
Now, I know there are many parents out there making various snorting noises and chuckling…

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And when exactly do you want me to play with my kid?!

Face it: as moms, we feel the pressure of doing it all. Whether or not we work outside the home, we still try to pour 36 hours worth of responsibilities into a 24 hour day. And now we have to…

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Here’s What 2017 Looks Like at Red Tricycle

Here at Red Tricycle, we’ve made our plans and goals for 2017. How do yours compare?

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