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To the Mothers who Struggle With Postpartum Depression

Two and a half years ago I was in the hospital gazing down at my newborn and I couldn’t stop the tears. The tears signified helplessness, confusion and anxiety. I knew the cries were from postpartum depression. This wasn’t the…

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Maren Morris & Ryan Hurd Announce Pregnancy & Here’s When Their Baby Is Due

The country singer-songwriter couple is expecting their first child in 2020.

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How to Watch The Rare Super Blood Wolf Moon Lunar Eclipse

Don’t miss this rare event with your little stargazers.

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The Reflection in the Rear View

Today I looked in the rear view mirror and caught a glimpse of you, staring out the window, your eyes taking in the sunshine and the scenery rushing by. In that moment, you no longer looked like my baby, but…

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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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Holiday Hacks for Happiness! Tricks and Reduce Your Stress

Do you find that it gets to a date in December and it’s like someone’s flicked a switch and suddenly hours seem to melt away and yet your to-do lists get longer?
Put a clip in the madness and try…

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23 Epic Tree Houses That’ll Put Your Head in the Clouds

Your wanderlust will soar to new heights with this bird’s eye view of our favorite gravity-defying escapes.

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The Sweet Spot: 5 Ice Cream Shops to Try This Summer

Warmer weather means a whole new crop of ice cream shops to explore…no complaints here!

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Getting Through The Rough Patches: 13 Ways To Transform Your Marriage

Photo: Amanda Elder
When things break, different sides are exposed in different lights. It can be painful, but insightful. Relationship struggles aren’t necessarily a sign that things are doomed, but instead an invitation to learn more about yourself, your partner,…

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PND & Breastfeeding Grief: The Moment of Change

It was completely out of my hands when it came to the matter of feeding my son. I was born with Poland’s Syndrome which meant that my breasts didn’t form properly and my milk ducts were unable to be reconnected…

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17 Parenting Tweets of the Week That’ll Have You in Stitches

From the soccer carpool to the never-ending assortment of mismatched socks, sometimes there are days when you’ve only got a few seconds (or 140 characters) to get in a good giggle. Well, sit back and get ready to scroll because…

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Star Wares: 7 Stellar Apps to Chart the Night Sky

Chart a course to infinity and beyond with these far out apps for kids.

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Luminaries: Catch This Magical Holiday Display Before It’s Gone!

The kids (and you) will love this interactive seasonal light installation that raises money for a good cause!

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5 Clear Spots to Catch the Lunar Eclipse

Point your eyes to the skies on September 27 for the lunar eclipse. Here’s where to go.

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Just Opened: Cat Town Café

Is your little longing for a pet of their own? Let them get their furry fix at this new Oakland café that offers friendly felines in addition to coffee and croissants.

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Take Flight: Inside Portland’s Best Bird-Watching Bash

Thousands of Vaux Swifts are all set to create their swirling bird tornado as they drop into the chimney every evening in September.

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4 Outdoor Art Installations to See This Summer

Can’t convince your kids that perusing art at the Met or the Whitney is a fun way to spend a summer day? How about gazing at larger-than-life sculptures outside on your way to one of their favorite shops or playgrounds…

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Mid-Town’s Modern Art Mecca for the Whole Family

Sure, the Museum of Modern Art was a great place to catch Marina Abramović’s performance-art retrospective, or drag out-of-towners to gawk at Van Gogh’s Starry Night, but you’ve got wee ones in tow now. Your days of gazing meaningfully at…

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Date Night: The Best Glazed Donut in San Francisco

The donut as a comfort food has enjoyed a return to popularity so successful, one might hardly recognize the original fried, circular treat. Donuts nowadays are a trend, adorned with meat or breakfast cereal and infused every imaginable sweet and…

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Explore: Magnuson Park (Part 1)

Explore: Magnuson Park (Part 1)rossroads BellevueSeattle kids, things to do with kids in Seattle, Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond

There is so much to do in Magnuson Park that we’ve broken it down into two excursions (stay tuned for a review of…

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Spruce Street School

At Spruce Street School (K-5), you won’t see rows of desks with bored kids gazing out the window, wishing for freedom. But you will see kids cooking, reading, discussing, questioning, doing yoga, playing marimba, speaking Spanish, practicing plays, and enjoying…

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