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New LEGO Massive Spiderman Set Has 3,722 Pieces for Your Building Enjoyment

The comic’s classic newspaper building is the newest set for brick aficionados.

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Everything You Need to Know About Geocaching with Kids

This worldwide outdoor treasure hunt is called Geocaching, and it’s an exciting — and totally addicting — family adventure.

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My (Lame) Attempts at Baby Talk

Photo: Dan Reily
First, let it be noted that I have no idea how to talk to babies. They stare at me like I’m from Mars and I stare back or read them the newspaper or something. Once in a restaurant a…

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One Cool Thing: Fire- & Water-Resistant Bags for Your Baby Documents

It’s always a good idea to keep your important documents safely stored, but even more so after you have a baby. Between mombrain and lack of sleep, you may struggle more than usual to find things when you need them. And that’s where these document bags come in super handy.

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Creative & Budget-Friendly Father’s Day Gift Ideas

“With a little bit of creativity and out-of-the-box thinking, you can give the most thoughtful and affordable Father’s Day gift ever!”

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100+ Epic Adventure Ideas from This Kid-Approved Snack Company

Nature’s Bakery wants to help families make the most of their time together, so they’ve launched Snack Sized Adventures to keep your kiddos busy for hours at a time.

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Disneyland’s New Marvel-Themed Land Is Closer Than You Think

Get ready for a “super” new experience at the Disney Resort.

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Mom & Daughter Recreate Amazing Runway Looks Using Just Craft Supplies at Home

This artsy mama-daughter duo reuses, recycles and re-creates celeb style.

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Taylor Swift’s Special Edition Instax Camera Is Peak Instagram IRL #Goals

Less “shake it like a Polaroid picture” and more “Shake it off!”

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News That Is Safe for Kids & Fun to Read? Check Out XYZA

Want your kids to stay curious and learn about the world without danger of seeing inappropriate ads or frightening images? This mom-invented media company is the solution.

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This Girl Secretly Downloaded the WaPo App & Got an Amazing Response From the Newspaper

Some kids are all about comic books and chapter books, but this 11-year-old’s reading preference is slightly more sophisticated.

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Twitter Helps Dad Give Autistic Boy His Christmas Wish

Check out the special holiday wish that was granted after a dad sent out this tweet.

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This 10-Year-Old Just Created a Totally Amazing Girl Scout Patch

Here’s how one little girl helped the Girl Scouts launch a new badge.

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Scientists Invent Ice Cream That Never Melts

Ice cream can be a messy proposition with kids, but not anymore thanks to this new Japanese invention.

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Millenial Dads Believe in Equal Parenting & the Study is Fascinating

Moms may know best, but dads are slowly catching up according to this latest research.

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9 Building Ideas That Aren’t LEGO Bricks

We all love LEGO bricks but sometimes builders need to think outside the blocks. Here are 9 at-home ideas you can try today.

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15 Things That Your Kids Will Never Understand

We’re taking a trip down memory lane. How many of these things do you remember?

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Summer Vacation Checklist: 10 Things to Do Before Leaving Home

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With summer in full swing, it’s time to be thinking about your upcoming vacations. Whether you’re planning to hit the beach with the family or travel abroad for some historical education, it’s important to be prepared. Don’t be…

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My Children: Which One Might Become a Serial Killer?

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You try not to think it, you really do, but in today’s culture it’s difficult. I mean the parent-blaming is everywhere. So when serial killers and even regular murderers show up on the news or on “Criminal Minds” or…

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History Lesson! The Coolest Spots to Teach Your Kids About San Diego

Time for history class! Take the kiddos and check out these spots to learn a bit about San Diego’s past.

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Kids, Start Your Engines! How to Make a Toy Car Garage

This easy-peasy DIY toy garage tutorial will really get your kiddo’s creative engines running.

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Are You Ready to Stomp on Grapes?

Your kids may not be old enough to drink wine, but they sure can get in on age-appropriate fun for National Drink Wine Day.

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The Coolest Santa Tracker Since 1955

Click here to read how a military organization officially became Santa’s tracker!

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10 Genius Parenting Hacks to Copy Now

Today is National Lazy Mom’s Day and even though we all WISH we could be lazy, that doesn’t mean we can’t use a few tricks to save time.

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Party Perfect! How to Make Your Own Piñata

In just a few steps, with easy-to-find materials, make a traditional Mexican piñata for the big celebration.

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Homemade Fish Sticks

You’ll swear off the rubbery frozen fish sticks after tasting this recipe that’s the real thing.

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A Tour of Tribeca with Giggle CEO Ali Wing

What is your dream date night?: My husband and I adore a date night at Terroir (Harrison Street, off of Greenwich) – a cool wine bar with great appetizer-sized eats & an easy fun atmoshphere.  That followed by a walk…

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Plant an Herb Garden with a Reclaimed Wheelbarrow

If you took a poll of our kids’ favorite do-it-yourself projects, gardening would definitely be near the top. What child doesn’t love getting their hands dirty?! Nothing beats the feel of connecting with the earth and running your hands through…

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In Search of Los Angeles Sales Rep

We’re in need of a sale superstar to join the Red Tricycle team.
The ideal candidate is a mover & shaker with spectacular communication, presentation, and negotiation skills, a salesperson extraordinaire that loves to spend their time prospecting, networking &…

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In Search of Portland Sales Rep

We’re in need of a sale superstar to join the Red Tricycle team.
The ideal candidate is a mover & shaker with spectacular communication, presentation, and negotiation skills, a salesperson extraordinaire that loves to spend their time prospecting, networking &…

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TGIF: A Drop-In Friday Night Clay Extravaganza

Friday nights at Multnomah Arts Center can get downright dirty. Polliwogs and their progenitors can be found transforming clumps of clay into monster menageries and goofy goblets. The MAC’s ceramics studio transforms into a magical clay playground where creativity abounds.…

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Your Beachside Destination this Summer

Love the water but looking to throw something new into the mix of your usual beach spots? How about a massive aquatic park that you don’t even have to leave town to visit? If so, it’s about time you packed…

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In Search of San Diego Sales Rep

We’re in need of a sale superstar to join the Red Tricycle team. The ideal candidate is a mover & shaker with spectacular communication, presentation, and negotiation skills, a salesperson extraordinaire that loves to spend their time prospecting, networking &…

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