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Coding Resources & Challenges for Kids

There are many free or low cost coding programs available to teach kids this skill.

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Considering Where To Give Birth? Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach Provides Expert Care All Under One Roof

You’re pregnant—congratulations! With all the excitement that comes with the anticipation of meeting your new baby, there are so many things to think about, from your registry to names and beyond! Deciding where to have your baby is one of…

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What Are Kids Reading? This Report Has the Answers

A new report looked at what kids were reading in 2020.

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Walmart+

Walmart Introduces New Membership Program

Walmart+ will save customers time and money.

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Totts Safe Travels Kit

Let Totts Take the Stress Out of Family Vacations with a Safe Travels Kit

Packages are developed based on age and length of stay.

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What’s the Right Age for Your Child’s First Eye Exam? The Answer May Surprise You

We asked mother of two and optometrist Dr. Jennifer Wademan about the right age for an exam, what to expect, and more about kid’s eye health.

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The Be Kind People Project Brings Summer Camp to Your Home

Are your kids bummed because they can’t attend summer camp this year? The Be Kind American Adventure allows parents to help redirect their child’s attention in a positive way this summer. This program focuses on character youth education all while…

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Here’s How Owlet’s Dream Lab Can Help Your Baby to Sleep

Technology can now help your kiddo get a good night’s rest.

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This New Tool Can Predict Breast Cancer 5 Years in Advance

This is a game changer in early detection.

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Now You Can Enjoy Great Wolf Lodge Without Staying the Night

There’s a new way to play at Great Wolf Lodge.

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Recall Alert: All Models of Fisher-Price Rock ‘N Play Sleepers

If you own a Rock ‘N Play, you need to read this ASAP.

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After 25 Years, The Gap & Old Navy Are Breaking Up

What will this mean for Gap Kids and Baby Gap?

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This State Will Now Give 12 Weeks of Paid Family Leave to Parents

Will your state be next to join the growing movement?

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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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The World’s Safest Airlines Are Kid-Friendly, Too

Family-friendly, cheap and world’s safest? These all sound like a win in our book!

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How to Tell If Your Kid Needs Glasses (It’s More Than Just Squinting)

World Sight Day takes place on Thursday, Oct. 11, marking the perfect reminder to take a proactive role in your child’s vision health.

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Eye Exams Aren’t Scary

 
Here are some facts you should know about eye health:

One in five parents do not take their kids to the eye doctor for the first time until their children are school age (at least five years old).
Less…

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Your iPhone Makes Secret Movies From Your Photos & They’re Awesome

Stop wasting your time making slideshows of your photos — if you’ve got an iPhone, it’s already making movies for you.

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Stroll Down Memory Lane at the New Jim Henson Exhibit

Cast your cares away and enter into the world of this pioneering puppeteer and innovator at the world premier of The Jim Henson Exhibition: Imagination Unlimited at MoPOP.

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In-Home Postpartum Visits: A Lifeline for New Parents

Photo: Denise Stern, Let Mommy Sleep
My son was 17 months old when my twins were born. Like many moms of multiples, I had complications giving birth to the girls and was sent home on bedrest after a long stay…

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Holiday Shopping: Staying Organized And In Budget

Thanksgiving is over, the tree is up and twinkling with lights, your stockings are hung, and you have visions of a peaceful, relaxing holiday with your family. Singing Christmas carols, baking cookies, curling up under a warm blanket and drinking…

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Who Wants Italian? The New IAMLA Opens

When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, head to the new, free (and brilliantly synonymed) IAMLA.

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Eureka! Why a Trip to the National Inventors Hall of Fame Is a Great Idea

Need a good dose of inspiration? Visit the National Inventors Hall of Fame with curious kiddos to discover some of the neatest inventions from the country’s most masterful minds.

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You’ve Got Time: The Best New Things From 2015 You Can Still Do In The New Year

Miss a few of the must-sees with the kids? You didn’t blow it: these top spots and attractions are sticking around, at least for a few more months.

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7 Surprising Stats You Should Read for Healthy Eyes

Before your kids officially head to the classroom, add one more thing to your to-do list: a yearly eye exam for your child.

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Schmear Ye, Schmear Ye!: Don’t Miss These Giant Bagel Statues Downtown

Are you New Yorker enough to use a photo of your kid with its unofficial doughy mascot as your holiday card? Just asking.

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Nursery Rhyme Refresher: Quick Ways to Remember the Classics

Want to recite nursery rhymes with your baby, but can’t remember the words to anything besides Twinkle Twinkle Little Star? Here are 5 quick ways to brush up on the classics.

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Hidden Gems: Explore a Neighborhood Pocket Park

From Queen Anne to Ballard to Magnolia, we’ve rounded up some of the city’s best pocket parks worthy of an afternoon playdate.

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