Peek at the Best Sunglasses for Kids

The summer sun is starting to shine, so get ready with stylish and protective sunglasses for kids.

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Believing in the Tooth Fairy Is Good For Your Little One’s Oral Health

Delta Dental tracks the Tooth Fairy’s U.S. annual giving in the Original Tooth Fairy Poll.

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6 Incredibly Easy Rainbow Science Experiments

Today is Find a Rainbow Day. If you can’t find one, make one of your own, right in your kitchen, porch or stoop.

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Immersive Museums to Visit NOW: LMNL and Museum of 3D Illusions

Journey into a whole new world at these two new museums that make you part of the art!

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Candytopia NYC Has Arrived! Here’s Your Complete Sweet Guide

Technicolor treats galore! Larger than life gumballs! A marshmallow pit! Check out the scoop on the latest pop-up filling your Instagram feed.

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A Working Mom’s Home Office Gets All Dressed Up

Original article by Becky Harris on Houzz

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This working mom of two wanted a space in the house that was all her own. “This needed to be a place where she not only could get…

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Disney Has Come up With a New Way to Do VR That Doesn’t Require a Headset

Leave it to Disney to develop a virtual reality experience that doesn’t require a clunky headset or a handheld device.

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‘Infinity Mirrors’: 5 Reasons Why You Should Check It Out

Wow your kids with some art at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden’s new exhibit “Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors!”

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Check it Out! The Kid-Friendly East Building at the National Gallery of Art

We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite spots to check out–from original Disney posters, adult sized mobiles, and the biggest blue Rooster you’ve ever seen.

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American Dream: What the Melody Doll Means to My Family

Photo: American Girl
Our recent visit to American Girl Place was an amazing experience. The last 17 years have been intense for Taylor. Born with deafness and diagnosed with autism at the age of 5, each birthday has meant something different…

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The Best New Things for LA Kids (And Parents) of 2015

What’s new, LA? In 2015: a LOT. We sifted through all the cool new openings to come up with our top 20 things that rocked the city for parents and kids.

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How to Make Your Own Periscope

Today is Spy Day! Find out how to turn an ordinary cardboard box into something worthy of the sneakiest spy.

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Head to the Beach…In the Middle of D.C.!

You can lounge by the “water’s edge,” grab food from the snack bar, and even play beach games at this beach. Got your attention? Then read on for deets on the district’s latest attraction.

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The Best Seat in the House to See Christmas Ships

Sure you could pile the kids in the car and drive around various neighborhoods at 5mph trying to catch all the brightest holiday lights in town, or you could let the lights come to you while you enjoy them from…

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A Light in the Fog: Amy Tirion

After a ten year career, raising two kids and with an undiagnosed low thyroid function, Amy Tirion knew she needed a change.  Seeing her story mirrored through so many women around her, she decided to launch Delight for the Soul,…

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Explore: Studio Grow in Concord

Studio Grow co-creator Tim Alley describes Studio Grow in Concord as the laid back, suburban, fresh, and roomy alternative to the Berkeley location’s urban, busy, and active vibe. Studio Grow in Concord is also far less crowded – a plus…

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Explore: Studio Grow and Gilman Street

Skip the Matinee and Head Towards Gilman Street 
When you and the kids get the itch to explore, a little Bay Area rain shouldn’t stand in the way. Studio Grow in Berkeley provides an inviting indoor space with several open…

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