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Meet Eva, Red Tricycle’s Bump + Baby Editor

Eva Ingvarson Cerise, Bump + Baby Editor
Eva lives in northern Utah with her husband and daughter and misses her grown-up stepdaughter, who lives in another state. She began her career as a magazine writer, editor and copy editor for…

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There’s a Bird That Makes All the Star Wars Sounds & Our Minds Are Blown

This incredible bird sounds like R2-D2, blaster fire, chainsaws, drills and more.

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What Happens When a Word’s Definition Is Outdated?

When Kennedy Mitchum grew tired of defending a broader definition of racism, she set out to change it with the very book that holds the key to all definitions—the Merriam-Webster dictionary.

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Celebrate Father’s Day with Biscayne National Park

Dad can feel like he spent the day exploring a National Park, all from the comfort of home.

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Get Your Animal Fix with a Virtual Zoo Visit

Bust out of your 4 walls and check in on the animal kingdom in Chicago (and beyond!) . . . virtually, of course!

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Amy Poehler Releases “Once Upon a No” Series of Hilarious Fairy Tales

The reimagined stories are sure to make you laugh––and maybe say “no” a little more often.

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Everyday Things Parents Do to Help Their Baby Learn

Creative use of simple, everyday objects can go a long way in helping your baby learn about the world around them.

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Challenge Your Kids Tonight: Who’s Faster—Cheetahs or Ants?

Need something fun to talk about at the dinner table tonight? Xyza: News for Kids has you covered.

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Celebs Reveal Their Favorite Books on Jenna Bush Hager’s New Video Series

Life is an open book for this First Lady on Jenna Bush Hager’s new interview series.

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Is Harry Potter Getting a Reboot? Daniel Radcliffe Seems to Think So & WHAT?!?

The Boy Who Lived has some interesting thoughts about the future of Harry Potter.

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Even Babies Know How to Spot a Bully, New Study Reveals

Even babies know—and recognize—that you can’t lead with fear and intimidation.

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Is Baby Talk Actually Good for Your Baby? Science Has New Answers

That baby talk might sounds silly, but it can really pay off.

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The Earlier Your Kid Masters This Skill, the Faster They’ll Learn How to Read

The faster your kid can master this developmental skill, the better a reader he or she will be.

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These New STEAM-Themed Books Will Help Fend Off Summer Brain Drain

Keep those minds active and growing this summer!

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Will Michelle & Barack Obama Get Their Own Netflix Show? A New Deal Sparks Hope

From the White House to the small screen, the Obamas have something new in store with Netflix by their side.

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Michelle Obama for… Queen? This Girl’s Reaction to Her Portrait Is Precious

She was awe-struck and her sweet reaction has gone viral.

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This Etsy Shop Designs & Builds Scale Models of Your Home—WITH LEGO BRICKS!

This artist will recreate your home from LEGOs—down to the tiniest details.

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Here’s the Cool Science Behind Slime

If you’re wondering what the deal is with the slime craze and whether borax is safe to use or not—this video is for you. Here’s a clear explanation of why kids (and adults) are so fascinated with this substance, and…

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14 Incredible Museums to Put on Your Family Bucket List

No need for a culture war when these artsy destinations will fit the bill for kids of all ages and their parents, too.

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“Fixer Upper” Star Shares the Secret to His Happy Marriage

What makes Chip and Joanna Gaines an amazing team boils down to just one word.

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Muggles, Rejoice! Two New Harry Potter Books Are Coming

Two more magical books are on their way, courtesy of the British Library.

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Hop Over to the New Frogs Exhibit

From tiny poison dart frogs to toxic mucus spewing salamanders, discover some of the animal kingdom’s coolest critters at the Aquarium of the Pacific’s newest exhibit.

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Washed Ashore: A New Exhibit Sculpted Entirely of Garbage

It’s trashy. It’s flashy. It’s colorful and it’s engaging! Read on for the inside scoop on this new exhibit featuring 10 larger-than-life sea creatures sculpted entirely of garbage from PNW beaches.

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April Writing Challenge: Money Money Money Money!

During the month of March, we want to hear your stories about how you teach your kids about money and budgeting.

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Here’s What You Need To Know About Pixar’s New Film ‘Coco’

Via: Youtube
Every time Pixar releases a new movie trailer, we nearly pee our pants with excitement. This time is no different. We got a first look at Pixar’s Coco – and the animation is captivating.
Directed by Toy Story…

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Here’s Why You Can’t Stop Smelling Your Baby’s Head

Inhaling the smell of your baby’s head is totally normal. So are all the other scent-sory things we want you to do in honor of National Fragrance Day.

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Taking Note of Your Family History

Photo: Marcie Cheung
When I was newly engaged and busy planning our wedding, I needed another distraction to keep me from obsessing about all the details. My Aunt was really into genealogy and I realized that I didn’t know much…

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Have You Ever Been This Close to a Butterfly?

Get eye to eye with a butterfly at the popular exhibit Butterflies & Blooms on view now at the Conservatory of Flowers! See pupae emerging from their chrysalis stage, and walk among a wide variety of brightly colored blossoms while…

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Pennypickle’s Workshop: A Hot Spot for Science, Play & Games

Part museum and part science lab, this quirky Temecula destination will soon be your family’s new favorite hangout.

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I Had a Whole Weekend Alone. It Wasn’t Pretty.

Photo: Pixabay
My husband took my kids away for the weekend to see the University of Tennessee play Florida in football. Apparently this is a big deal, and the trip was planned six months in advance. So for six months…

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Stopping to Smell the Pine Needles

One of the hardest lessons I’ve learned in my years as a mother is to not obsess over trivial things and, instead, enjoy the simple moments in life. Of course, this is no easy lesson to learn. And I’ve had…

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Ribbit! The Exhibit Hops into Morton Arboretum

Frogs meditating, playing instruments and snagging butterflies? All things you can see at The Morton Arboretum. Check out their new whimsical display of larger-than-life copper frogs in Ribbit! The Exhibit.

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