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16 Mother’s Day Paper Crafts Kids Can Easily Make

Make one of these adorable Mother’s Day paper crafts for the number one woman in your life.

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5 Simple Dishes Anyone (Yes We Mean Anyone) Can Pull Off

You want to feed your family well? Learn the ways of riffing and make your family’s own culinary music.

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Target’s Cute & Affordable New Line Has Sizes for Women From XXS-4X

Here’s everything you need to know about Target’s new mix and match line.

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On the Go: D.C.’s Top Food Trucks for Families

A handful of the uber-popular D.C. food trucks are serving up mouth-watering curbside snacks with a kid-friendly slant (think: sliders perfect for small hands, no-spill empanadas, and tot staple grilled cheese). Here are our favorite street eats to try with your family.

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Out of this World Cardboard Box Projects Just for Baby

Here are 9 ways to makeover those old diaper boxes into something cooler than cool for your baby from magical sensory boxes to a giant school bus.

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Today Is Impressionist Day

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Today Is Impressionist Day

It’s definitely not surreal.

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Nobody does dancers like Degas, so follow this tutu tutorial to outfit your own ballet lovers.

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Capture the essence of post-impressionist master Vincent Van Gogh with 5 ways kids…

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Woo Your Wittles: Date Crafts for Kids

Win your kids’ heart with these easy crafts.

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4 New Kid-Friendly Restaurants to Try

Crispy fried chicken, old-fashioned milkshakes, pint-sized crepes and straight-up Paleo are the newest, kid-friendly cuisines in the Portland scene.

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Eat Well: Seattle’s Healthiest Food Trucks

Back when we were kids, the ice cream truck was the closest most of us came to a mobile food vendor. But with the food truck trend bringing colorful bites to dozens of parking lots in Seattle and on the…

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Your Holiday Bucket List: 16 Things to Do Along the Embarcadero

Shopping and gourmet dining is fun for you, but boring for them. The Embarcadero is the ideal spot to do a little of both, and with the bright lights and delicious smells of the season, there’s enough excitement here to…

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Ditch the Cereal: Our Favorite Breakfast Food Carts

The hobbits were really onto something with first breakfast and second breakfast. There’s something comforting about the meal that makes you want to do it again. Especially with such amazing choices: Do you have savory eggs, potatoes, and sausage; or…

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Viva Les Crepe: Japanese Style Crepes, Made to Order and On the Go!

Knives, forks, plates, saucy ice-cream and melted whipped – crepes can be bit of a messy deal for kids, especially when it comes dining etiquette. Well, here’s a different way to enjoy crepes. Visit Harajuku Crepes and you’re likely to…

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Winter Farmers Markets in Portland

eWe love our fresh, local veggies in Oregon. But at autumn’s end many of us go packing back to the grocery stores, as farmers markets hibernate until spring. However, there is another way! Portland hosts some great winter markets where…

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The Movies Come Alive at Universal Studios in Hollywood

The kids are beginning to realize the magic of the movies, so why not take them behind the
scenes of a working movie studio? At Universal Studios, they can tour a historic set, learn movie-making tricks on the Special Effects…

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Los Angeles Food: Best Food Carts for Kids

Food trucks are all the rage for ravenous Angelenos and just because you have kids in tow doesn’t mean you can’t get in on the game. We’ve found a few that are sure to please even the pickiest of eaters.…

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4 Seattle Restaurants for Brunch with Kids

Want to expose your kids to something a little more sophisticated than the neighborhood burger joint but don’t want to risk the all-too-familiar dinnertime meltdowns? We’ve got the solution—family brunch! We’ve noticed that a few of our favorite date night…

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Farmers Markets Old and New: The Grove LA

There are farmers’ markets, and then there is the one & only, original Farmers Market, at 3rd & Fairfax, which is L.A.’s oldest outdoor market. Starting out in the 1930’s and much like today you can find over 70 stalls,…

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EXPLORE: Clement Street, Inner Richmond

Cute, bustling Clement Street is already known
as a destination avenue for affordable international eats and it’s family-friendly atmosphere. Those in the know have already eaten pizza with the tots at Giorgio’s, perused music and kid lit at Green Apple…

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