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Home Away from Home: Atlanta’s Best Airbnbs

Check out these awesome Airbnbs in Atlanta.

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There’s Officially Just 1 Blockbuster Video Store Left on Earth

If you have any Blockbuster rentals hangin’ around, there’s still one place let to return them.

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Planning a Multi-Family Vacation? Here’s What You Need to Know

Kid & Coe shares its essential multi-family travel rules to make your next big group vaycay a huge success.

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Floating Through Yosemite with a 4-Year-Old

All in all, it’s very little heavy-lifting and just some serious chilling.

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Got a Library Card? You Can Now Stream Thousands of Feature Films

This video streaming service, originally designed for college students, is now available to the public.

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This Company Is Like Airbnb for RVs

Taking a family road trip in comfort has never been easier.

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13 Places to Grill Up A Feast This Summer

Read up on the hot spots for summer grilling in the city and beyond. Stock up on your favorite sauce and hit the grill!

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These New Strollers at Disney World Will Blow Your Little Princess’s Mind

Make a trip to the Magic Kingdom even more magical with a stroller fit for royalty.

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Tips for Using Airbnb with Toddlers

Photo: Kimberly Chacon
Summer is almost here. In your Cheerios and macaroni stupor, you may not have realized it, but you can still take a vacation. In fact, you should take that trip. It may seem impossible to think of…

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Must-Have App!: goBaby Lets You Rent Kid Gear Anywhere

Kiss stuffed trunks and gate check goodbye and travel light — real light!

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‘Aint No Party Like a Momchelorette Party

I love a good party, but I can’t think of a worse social event to be invited to than a baby shower. There often is no booze, start at some ungodly hour of a weekend morning and you have to…

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Why You Should Visit Cuba With Kids

Photo: Javier Luraschi
When planning family vacations, most people don’t put places like Cuba at the top of their bucket list, for various reasons. Many of those reasons have to do with misconceptions about the country, its government, or its…

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Moving with Toddlers: 10 tips for house hunting with a two-year-old

Photo: Stephanie Loomis Pappas
My husband and I have happily rented through our graduate and early professional careers, mainly because we were never certain we’d live in one city long enough to warrant buying. In our recent move, though, we knew…

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Family of Five Does Washington D.C. in One Day

 
Photo: Julie Hoag
Our family of five did Washington, D.C. in just one day. On this trip our three boys were the ages of three to nine so we researched how we could do a day in this city…

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Please Hold!: A New Coworking Spot With Childcare

Business in the front, party in the back. Check out The Workaround!

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Little Ninja Night: The Newest Thrill for Adventure Seekers

Take your daredevil’s next extracurricular activity to new heights at iFly Seattle’s newest class for 6-12 year olds.

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One Cool Treat to Warm Up Your Winter Birthday Party

Captain Cookie, one of the newest sets of wheels on D.C.’s food truck scene, is poised to become your kids’ favorite.

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Under the Big Top: A Carnival Inspired Joint Birthday Party

When it comes to throwing a birthday bash, Jack and Blake’s mom Kristina (who doubles as our Seattle editor), doesn’t skimp on the details. In fact, this mama of two is known for throwing some pretty awesome parties in her…

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Just Opened: C is for Craft

In your post-crafting haze you realize that you spend more time scrubbing glitter and glue from your kitchen table (and your hair and their clothes) than actually creating. Leave the after-crafting clean-up to the pros at C is for Craft,…

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Where to Hang 10, Dude

If a long, wet spring has made you desperate for a dip into the tropical waters of Maui, where the kids can hang ten on waves that curl into the sunset… snap out of it! You live in Portland. Instead,…

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Explore: Enatai Park/Enatai Beach Park

Next time you’re in downtown Bellevue, here’s a shop/park/beach adventure that makes for an efficient, fun outing.
Go: On a sunny afternoon, for a walk and/or a picnic.

Approximate travel time: 10 minutes east of Seattle, right off I-90.
Where…

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Date Night: Best Food & Drink in 2011

2011 was an exceptionally fun and exciting year for Seattle families and thanks to our friends at Seattle Magazine, Seattle parents now have plenty ideas for date night. From recommendations for local spirits to tips on art collecting to splurge…

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Lights, Camera, Action!— Seattle’s Big Picture Movie House

The Big Picture, Seattle’s ultra-hip boutique movie theater (with locations in Belltown and Redmond), now has a brand-new baby to announce – kids’ parties!
That’s right, your kiddo, along with all his/her friends and family, can enjoy a private movie…

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Insider’s Guide to Pacific Northwest Ballet’s Nutcracker

Are visions of sugarplums dancing in your child’s head?  Pacific Northwest Ballet is putting on a spectacular performance of the all-time holiday favorite, The Nutcracker. With sets by Maurice Sendak (Where the Wild Things Are) and various adaptations to the…

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Explore: Lake Chabot

First Time Fishing
Now that the weather is beginning to clear (sort of), you may be getting the itch to see a blue sky reflected in a 315-acre lake. Lake Chabot in Castro Valley may be just the one calling…

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Flex Time

For Bay Area moms and dads doing freelance or contract work, life is often sent e-mails or
deadlines met (or missed) while the kids run about or vie for attention.
Luckily, a local mom got wise and opened a space…

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