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Has Pandemic Parenting Shaken Your Confidence? Here’s How to Find It Again

“If there is a lesson here, it is that sometimes it takes a shock to the system to rediscover what is most important to us.”

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All the Insight Needed to Transform My Heart I Learned from Parenting

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The words of Robert Fulghum’s essay, “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten,” hung on my kitchen wall like a whisper of God’s grace amidst our daily living when my three kids were tiny tots.  He…

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Square Peg, Round Hole: How to Make Your Learning Style Work for You & Your Family

Here’s how to make your learning style—and your kid’s—work for the whole family.

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Is the New Jungle Book Movie “Mowgli” Too Scary for Kids? The Trailer Is Intense

There’s a new version of The Jungle Book—but it’s hardly the “bare necessities” you’re used to.

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Ready to Shred! Local Sk8 Parks for Kids

If your little adventurer is chomping at the bit to grind, visit one of these kid-friendly skateboarding parks — all with their own signature brand of cool.

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Now Thrilling: LA’s Great Glass Skyslide

The most breathtaking view in the city just opened up and we’re giving you the scoop on this wild ride.

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Justin Timberlake Will Drop a New Song This Week, & His Family Was the Inspo

Justin Timberlake’s newest single is just a teaser for his new album coming next month.

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Letting Go of Order and Perfection in the Journey of Motherhood

There are holes in my walls, rounded fist sized holes, not an easy admission for one who so owns the preference of order and perfection.

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I can recall in those burgeoning first weeks of motherhood,…

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Just Launched: From Wonder Creative Play Classes

A new immersive learning experience for kids also looks like tons of fun!

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Just Opened: Play Cafe City Owlets

Just in time for winter, a place so cute it’s a hoot!

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See This Magical Art Installation Before it Sells Out!

“Camera Obscura/Gowanus” is a an exhibit that uses simple science to amazing effect!

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10 Signs You’re a Bucktown/Wicker Park Parent

You love being where the action is, and don’t mind a little gritty with your city. If you need more proof that you live in these cool nabes, here are 10 signs.

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Nine Easy ABC Games Your Toddler Will Love

Toddlers will love learning their letters with clever (& easy!) games from glow-in-the-dark letter matching to the ABC School Bus.

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Spare Time: The Painted Pin Opens in Buckhead

If you like to get your game on, but prefer glam to gritty—The Painted Pin is right up your alley.

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Take a Spin at Brooklyn’s Newest Outdoor Roller Rink

Lace up your roller skates – Brooklyn has a brand new outdoor roller rink that you’ve got to check out!

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Celebrate Red Tricycle's Mother's Month with $500 Cash!

So will it be a day at the spa, a fancy brunch with family, or that Coach Bag you’ve had your eye on? What would you treat yourself to with $500 cash?

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We’ve dedicated the…

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Since this month is all about love, we’re kicking off a Red Tricycle Spread the Love promotion for the month of February.
It’s simple – forward this newsletter to 5 friends (and cc us at …

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Cafe Asia: Civic Center’s Family Spot

A Taste of Asia

Searching for an exotic culinary treasure in the Civic Center neighborhood?  The next time you and the kids are downtown, stop by the beautiful Asian Art Museum and have lunch at Café Asia.  This hidden gem…

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Five Eco-Friendly Websites for Kids

Get Online, Get Greener
When it comes to kids and computers, you may be torn between handing over the mouse and keyboard, or shuffling Junior outside to get back to nature. Never fear—there exists a balance and we’ll show you…

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HomeWorks Northwest

With the current economic climate, many of us are hunkering down in our homes, choosing to remodel or build an addition rather than move. Whether you’re looking to redo a kitchen or master bath, create a mudroom or simply complete…

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