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3 Encouraging Ways to Help Children Celebrate Diversity

“Start building your children’s awareness of diversity now so that they can develop into empathetic, open-minded, and loving individuals.”

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12 Things to Do in Atlanta on Christmas Day

Don’t let the party stop after the last gift is opened! Atlanta keeps the fun going, all Christmas day long.

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Lessons in Surviving the Oilfield Wife Life

These are the lessons I learned that allowed me to grow into a strong and resilient mother while my husband worked in the dangerous oilfields, sometimes without ever seeing him for weeks on end.

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14 Perfectly Patriotic Plans for Your President’s Day Weekend

All the things to do and see over the long President’s Day Weekend in Los Angeles.

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Gimme S’more: Where to Get the Best S’mores Outside of Summer Camp

Dip ’em, roast ’em and eat ’em for breakfast. We’ve got all the spots to get your s’mores fix and tide you over until camping season resumes.

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Gettin’ Greener All the Time: LA State Historic Park Reopens

A fabulous historic park reopens in the heart of the city, perfect for picnics, play and sweeping city scapes.

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So Cheesey: Where To Get Your Family Fondue Fix

Kill the chill with a delectable DIY dinner (or dessert) out!

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A Dinner Date to Celebrate: Where to Commemorate School Accomplishments

Celebrate that aced test or successful presentation with an extra special meal. These restaurants offer festive and family-friendly fun, perfect for toasting your little scholar!

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15 Signs the Holidays Have Arrived in LA

In a city where a June gloomy day can be colder than Christmas, mittens and snow shoveling aren’t what portend a visit from the big guy. Here’s how you can tell the holidays have hit LA!

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From The Heart: 4 Fabulous Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day with your Sweetie

With the year’s sweetest holiday just around the corner, go beyond chocolates and conversation hearts and plan a special date with your cuddly Cupid.

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Meet Ayren, Red Tricycle’s DC Editor

Don’t let Ayren’s laid back, nonchalant attitude fool you. This local mama of little man, Trey is on the pulse of family-friendly activities, eateries, new openings, and events in the D.C. metro area. Ask her what should be on a…

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8 Fab Date Night Restaurants

It’s a crazy thought: ditching your peanut butter stained Lululemon yoga pants and comfy boots for a skirt and heels. But every mama needs a night out with her man. When you’re ready to go big – and we’re talking…

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Oakland Chinatown: Culture, Food, and Fun

A far different experience from the larger, San Francisco attraction, Oakland’s Chinatown has lots of surprises in store for everyone in the family. It’s one of the oldest Chinatowns in the country, with roots going as far back as the…

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True Confessions

“A boner in the back is not foreplay,” confesses Arlene from Southfield, MI, one of over a hundred moms interviewed in the fun title from Chronicle Books, I Was A Really Good Mom Before I Had Kids.
Authors Trisha Ashworth…

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