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The Blackbeard Treasure Launches $10 Million Treasure Hunt

$1 million will be hidden and buried in 10 states across the U.S.

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Jif Launches New Squeezable Peanut Butter

The same great Jif peanut butter people love, now in an easy-to-squeeze pouch.

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Here’s Why February 29th Exists

Here’s an easy way to explain Leap Year to your kid.

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Frugal Financial Habits Every Parent Should Try

“While life’s not all about the money, I gotta say, having money sure does help.”

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This Is Where You Can See the Best Fall Foliage

You won’t want to miss these incredible colors.

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Amazon Might Be Coming to Your Local Airport

Amazon hopes to make flying the friendly skies even easier.

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Is Romaine Lettuce Safe to Eat Yet? Yes—But with a Big Catch

Before you make yourself a Caesar salad, here’s what you should know about the current romaine lettuce recall.

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Of Course Disney’s First Solar Farm Is Shaped Like Mickey Mouse

Disney is going green in this huge, you-can’t-miss-it way.

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How Many Parents Stay at Home with Their Kids? You Might Be Surprised

There’s been an interesting shift in who chooses to stay home with the kids.

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Amazon & LEGO Just Launched Their Very First Toy Collab & It Looks Incredible

It seems like Amazon’s Alexa can do just about anything.

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An Interactive Dream Playground Is Coming to NYC

It’s like the Museum of Ice Cream. But about sleep.

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Why It’s Important for Parents to Mess Up—& Our Kids Need to See It, Too

Kids need to see parents trying and failing—and then trying some more.

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Should Kids Be Issued a Grade for Their Weight? Some Schools Have BMI Report Cards

You kid gets graded in math, science and even gym—but what about a letter grade for how much they weigh?

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The New Starbucks Valentine’s Day Drink Is Pure Love

Starbucks just made your Valentine’s day a whole lot yummier!

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Are ‘Quiet Fireworks’ in Our Future?

It might sound like Fourth of July sacrilege to people in the U.S., but quiet fireworks are becoming more and more common elsewhere in the world.

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The Snowy Circus Show That Will Amaze Your Kids

Snowkus Pocus: Enchant the Spring is a welcome indoor outing this season!

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Making—and Breaking—Holiday Traditions

Photo: Sebastian Spindler
Like most families, mine has an extensive list of must-do holiday activities. Every year on the day after Thanksgiving, I write out this list in red and green markers and post it on our refrigerator: Visit Santa.…

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You Better Believe It! Ripley’s Comes to OMSI

Don’t just believe Ripley — understand the how, why and science behind all his mysterious finds at OMSI’s newest exhibit!

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Fail-Proof Secrets to Capturing Baby’s First Steps

Up your chances of catching that heartwarming wobbly first walk with these brilliant tips.

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Look Out! LEGO Treehuggers Invade Chelsea Playground

Lifesize LEGO sculptures just popped up at a Chelsea Playground and we’ve got the scoop on where to see them and why your kid may have helped build these tree-hugging figures.

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Happy Mom Tip #37: Take 20.

Feeling moody or agitated? Study after study shows that taking some time—20 minutes, to be precise—to focus on our breathing can make us feel better. Here’s how:
• Sit in a comfortable, yet dignified, position. If you are in a…

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Holiday Photos: How to Hire a Professional Photographer

Taking perfect family pictures to adorn the house has always been a challenge. Even with today’s do-it-all digital cameras, you might not know what you’re doing and it shows. So why not hire a professional? Our favorite Red Tricycle photographers give you tips on why and how.

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Explore: Dublin Hills Regional Park

Here’s a place with nothing to hinder the child’s imagination. Explore East Bay Regional Park’s newest addition, Dublin Hills Park which opened a couple of summers ago – most of the wide open space was formerly a no-trek zone.
What…

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