Turning Kids into “Little Kitchen” Chefs

Don’t think a 3-year-old can handle a knife and chop their way to dinner? See how Felicity Curin and Cat Cora are proving that they can (and then some) through their inspiring kitchen academy for kids.

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New Infant & Toddler Feeding Guidelines You Need to Know

Want to reduce your child’s risk of developing a food allergy? This surprising advice just came in from the USDA.

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7 Ways to Give Back: DC Groups That Need Your Support NOW

You can lend a (socially distant) hand by donating to these DC charities and groups.

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An OB-GYN Answers All of Your Questions About COVID-19 & Pregnancy

It can be hard to find accurate information about one of pregnant women’s biggest concerns today: pregnancy and COVID-19. Luckily, the experts at Kaiser Permanente have answers to your most pressing questions. 

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The 5 Best Foods for Baby According to a Registered Dietician

These nutrient-rich food picks support brain development and may even preserve cognitive function well into adulthood.

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New Research Shows What Baby’s Coos & Cries Say About Language

The study helps to explain infant language development.

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Babies Born in July Are Good Leaders (& Other Interesting Facts)

Know someone born in the 7th month? They’ve got a few big advantages.

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How to Support a Mama Grieving Her Miscarriage

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Authors’s Note: The following article is about miscarriage. Currently, many who suffer miscarriages suffer alone and those who do share their stories often aren’t met with the support they need. This is a PSA as…

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Keeping Your Family Safer Near Water This Summer

May is National Water Safety Month, and it’s an important reminder to ensure your children know how to stay safe both in and around the water!

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Recall Alert: Hostess SnoBalls Recalled for Undeclared Allergen

Hostess SnoBalls were recently recalled for an undeclared coconut allergen issue.

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Here’s Why Regular Bedtimes Are So Important, According to Science

It’s not just about enjoying that mom-time once the kiddos drift off to dreamland.

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Pregnancy exercise

Study Shows This Can Help Reduce Risk of Gestational Diabetes

Women who are active more during the first trimester may reap these benefits.

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Why Your December Baby Is Less Cranky (According to Studies)

This is why people born in December are a true gift.

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3 Totally Unique Menorahs You Can Make at Home

Get creative with your menorah this year with one of these three easy and hip homemade versions.

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Why Kids Born in October Are Healthier (According to Studies)

People born in the 10th month of the year have all sorts of interesting traits.

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Our Kids Need to Play Together but Is It Safe to Do Outdoors?

“Experts say that when we’re together, it’s much safer to be outside than in. And with proper safety protocols, kids and families can and should enjoy lots and lots of nature time.”

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Still Confused about Which Face Mask to Buy? Read This

“Wearing masks can help reduce the possibility that someone with no symptoms could transmit the disease to others. So which one is right for you? We’ve got the answer.”

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It’s Time to Let Go of the Ideal & Parent for Real

“Do we hold kids precious and protect them from this reality, or do we help them to navigate within and adapt to it? Which will help them to thrive more in the long term? My vote: Let go of ‘ideal’ and parent for real.”

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Is It Safe to Send My Child Back to Daycare during COVID-19?

“Choosing whether to send your child back to daycare is not an easy decision. Financial, personal, and societal responsibilities are all factors that need to be considered.”

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Pandemic Parenting: When There Is No Good Choice

Parenting has become harder than anyone could have ever anticipated. We’re told to make the best decision for our family. What if there is no good choice?

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teen smartphone in bed

New Study Shows Teen Sleep Patterns Have This Surprising Affect on Health

Asthma is strongly linked to a body’s internal clock.

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JOANN Launches Nationwide Masks for Schools Program

National retailer to promote “Buy one, Give one” offer on all pre-made masks in stores.

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Celeb Moms Who Had Difficult Pregnancies

Jessica Simpson, Kelly Clarkson, Kate Hudson, what do these celebs have in common aside from their million dollar bank accounts, golden voices and stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame? All three celebrity moms had difficult pregnancies, like millions of…

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Sesame Street essential workers

Sesame Workshop Launching New Resources for Families of Essential Workers

Sesame Workshop’s new new bilingual resources for families of essential workers is inclusive and beautiful.

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Shoe display

New Study Finds That Your Kids May Be Wearing the Wrong Size Shoes

Shoes that are too small can cause foot deformities.

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Happy Family Organics Launches New Baby Food Line with a Mission

The baby food is made with ingredients grown using regenerative farming practices that can help to mitigate climate change.

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Kolkraft recall

Kolkraft Inclined Sleeper Accessory Recalled Due to Suffocation Risk

Stop using the accessory immediately and contact Kolkraft for more information.

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