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When You’re at Your Lowest & Nobody Knows

I remember sitting in that school auditorium, looking around at all the parents and thinking, “If you only knew what it took to get us here.”

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The Only 2 Things to Say to Your Kid after a Game

Imagine if every time you took the garbage out or loaded the dishwasher someone offered helpful tips on how to do it more efficiently. Now, imagine how your kid feels after every practice or game.

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Our Ultimate Guide to Pumpkin Patches

These great pumpkin patches with unbelievably cool activities—like pumpkin-eating dinos—will give Charlie Brown a run for his dough!

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This Cool New Toy Lets Your Little One Join in on Indoor Cycling Fun!

Kids have a lot of energy to burn. And beelining it to the snack cabinet or swiping their tablets doesn’t quite cut it. Get your kiddo moving and grooving on their very own stationary bike— The Little Tikes Pelican Explore…

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The Best Kid-Friendly Things to See & Do in National Harbor

Rent a hydrobike on the Potomac or belt out tunes at a dueling piano restaurant; it’s time to rediscover National Harbor!

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Make a List, Check It Twice: Zulily Drops Top Toys for 2021

A version of a classic toy takes the top spot!

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9 Foolproof (& Tear-Free) Ways to Get Your Kids Riding a Bike

From how to ready to hit the pavement to what kind of bike is best for toddlers, we’ve got everything you need to know.

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We Tested the New Pelican Explore & Fit Cycle

It’s a no-brainer that kids want to do everything that you do, including those cycling classes they see you so pumped about. The Little Tikes Pelican Explore & Fit Cycle nails it: It’s the kid-sized version of that super popular…

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Biking with Kids: The 16 Best Family Cargo Bikes

Bicycle manufacturers around the globe have come up with creative ways to transport kids on two or three wheels, making your journey back onto the bike path as easy as, well, riding a bicycle.

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And the New “Jeopardy” Hosts Are…

A woman joins the ranks for the first time!

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The Inside Scoop on Wild Waves Theme & Water Park

With an exciting new ride and wave pool addition, it’s going to be the best summer yet at Washington’s favorite sunny day attraction.

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Last Blasts: 25 Fun Things to Do in Atlanta Before the Fall

School may be starting but the summer in Atlanta still has some sizzle left in it. Here’s how to make the most of it.

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Giddy Up! 7 Places for Horse & Pony Rides in San Diego

From covered carriage rides to sunset rides on the beach, these local ranches will put a gallop in your step.

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30 Fascinating Disney Facts to Wow Your Kids

Find out what Buzz Lightyear’s name was supposed to be and more!

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The Best Strollers for Urban Parents & City Living

City parents, these are the wheels you need for navigating streets, stores and stairways.

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H2Oh! 8 Amazing Water Parks That Are Worth the Drive

Gas up the van, it’s time for a road trip to get wet!

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All Aboard! A Local Guide to Locomotives for Little Engineers

We’ve tracked down Atlanta’s favorite ride-on trains that will blow your little engineers’ stacks. Woot, woot!

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Fireworks, Festivities & More! 10 Independence Day Celebrations

The city’s Fourth of July celebrations are back with a bang this year!

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Everything You Need to Know About “Day Out with Thomas”

Chugga, chugga, everyone. This is your chance to ride the real Thomas the Train—and Percy, too! Hold onto your (Sir Topham) hats and get the scoop here.

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7 Beginner Bike Rides for the Whole Family

Get the family out on the trail with these spring ride ideas—great for wobbly beginners or tried and true riders alike.

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20 LEGOLAND Secrets That’ll Make Your Trip Awesome

Before venturing to the biggest block party on the West Coast, here are a few things you must know.

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You’re Going to Love These Pride Month Activities for DC Families

Love is love! DC traditionally celebrates BIG during June’s pride month. . . get the scoop on what events are still a go for 2021!

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Saddle Up! Where to Ride Horses in Atlanta

Saddle your crew up and head to the trails on horseback with the help of these nearby trail riding stables.

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Amplify Your Ride! Best 15 Electric Bikes for Sale Right Now

Electric bikes are great for many reasons including reducing fossil fuels, but let’s not forget they make it easier to ride long distances and haul extra weight. Here are our picks (most of which can accommodate a child seat).

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Bode Miller & Family Announce Baby Girl on the Way

She’s due in November and will join a full house of love.

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A Better Bike Trailer That’ll Make You Say, Weehoo!

If your little ones have made you put big rides on hold, break out the bike shorts because we’ve found the perfect solution.

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10 Thrilling Pump Tracks & Trails for Adventurous Kids

Ramp up the adventure of your typical bike ride at one of these exciting parks.

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Why We Share Our Journey

“Do you know how much preparation (both physically and emotionally) and courage it takes for some of us to just take our kids out of the house because we know the stares and judgment we’ll get just for being different?”

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12 Local Bike Paths & Trails Worth a Ride

Whether you’ve got a tricycle, a balance bike or two wheels, we found the best family-friendly bike paths in the DMV!

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This Camp Dedicated to Biking Builds Skill & Confidence

This camp has been teaching kids how to ride a bike since 1995! Pedalheads offers learn-to-ride summer bike camps helping kids ages 3-12 get off training wheels and riding safely on the road or trail.

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Easy & Awesome Bike Decor Your Kids Will Love

It’s National Bike Month, and these next-level DIY ideas for tricking out your kiddo’s bike will make riding it that much sweeter.

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Hitting Rock Bottom

“I remember how awful I felt, just rotting from the inside out, from an infectious case of persistent guilt and shame. Vodka in my coffee cup would surely, at least temporarily, mute the deafening screams of reality.”

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