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Surprisingly Honest Lessons I’ve Learned by Observing My 3 Twenty-Somethings

So, I’ve done the infant thing, toddler thing, pre-school thing…all the way through the teen thing. And if wisdom means knowing what you don’t know, well then parenting has turned me into a side-eye sage. Apparently, I’m wise as all…

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Nickelodeon’s “Legends of the Hidden Temple” Is Getting an Adult Reboot

Calling all ’90s kids! This one is for you… all grown up.

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Dear Cancer: A Mother’s Answer to the Unanswered Questions

Photo: Robin L. Reynolds
I remember the day my heart was broken. It was in the early morning hours of May 12th. Wearing the baggy pink sweatpants I purchased the night before, I sat in a stiff vinyl hospital chair.…

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How I Explain Difficult Things to My Children Like “What Is a Nazi?”

Watching “The Sound of Music” with my kids lead to many questions. Here’s how I explain to my children difficult topics.

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To Play or Not to Play: A Dad’s Perspective on Fortnite

“I admit that when my son first told me about Fortnite, I had no clue what he was talking about.”

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This Breast Cancer Survivor & Mom’s Story Will Inspire Us All

You’ll never look at breast cancer the same way after watching this inspiring woman’s story.

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You’ll Need All the Tissues When You Watch This Video of a 3-Year-Old Flower Girl

This viral video of a 3-year-old flower girl will make you cry for the best reason.

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One Cool Thing: A New Book About Courage for Highly Sensitive Kids

If you are a parent of a Highly Sensitive Person, this book will help you teach your child about courage and bravery in a way they can totally understand.

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Pregnant With Cancer: Surviving as a Mom

Photo: Tk photography Chicago
On March 13, 2015, when I was 8 weeks along in my first pregnancy, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. This time in my life that I had so looked forward to was suddenly filled with…

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Trust, Relationships and Staying Home With the Kids After Breast Cancer

Photo: Judet Diaz
I didn’t always want to be a stay-at-home mom. I focused on my education and career throughout my 20s, and when I got married and had a baby, leaving my job to stay home just didn’t seem…

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Moms Who Voted for Trump, I’m Finally Listening

Editor’s Note: The views expressed in this post are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of Red Tricycle.

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On Wednesday, I woke up to texts from devastated friends. We had…

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How Has Breast Cancer Affected You? Share Your Story on Spoke!

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we want to hear your story about how breast cancer has had an impact on your life, especially on your role as a parent.

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I Am A Young Breast Cancer Survivor and This is What I Want You to Know

Photo: Kimberly Chacon
I was 28 when I heard the words that changed my world forever. “You have breast cancer.” At the time I was working full time, finishing my graduate degree, and living a healthy life. My diagnosis completely…

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How One Instructor Jazzercised Her Way Through Breast Cancer…Twice

Photo: Kristine Rooke
This October is especially meaningful for two-time breast cancer survivor and Ford Motor Company “Warriors in Pink” Model of Courage Kristine Rooke as she celebrates her 25 Year Anniversary as a Jazzercise Instructor. Now teaching in Bellevue, Washington, Kristine…

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Every Breast Cancer Story Needs to Be Told

Photo: Katrina Warme
Compassion and kindness are so important. Especially in these uncertain times in which we live. One of the many unsettling things that requires us to go about our days with careful consideration is breast cancer.
It’s not…

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Visiting the 9/11 Memorial With Kids

Visiting the 9/11 Memorial may be more of a somber activity to do with your kids, but it’s an important piece of the city’s history and one that can help you discuss the events that happened there. If you’re planning…

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Stylish Covers For All of Mom’s Smart Gadgets

Smartphones and tablet devices are everywhere these days (ah-hem iPhone 5!) and what better way for moms to have a little fun with fashion or design than by being able to pick from hundreds of different styles, prints, be-glittered, outfitted…

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Get Up and Go: Kimberley Blaine

We’re teaming up with Blue Shield of California to celebrate local LA moms who have inspired us to seek healthy, balanced lives.  This week, meet Kimberley Blaine, executive producer of the http://www.TheGoToMom.TV.

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As a survivor…

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How Has Breast Cancer Affected You?

To commemorate breast cancer awareness month, we’re excerpting below a section from Katherine Malmo’s book, Who in This Room: The Realities of Cancer, Fish, and Demolition. Some of you might remember Katherine from her days as Red Tricycle’s sales team…

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Beyond Mary Poppins: Ideas for Portland Childcare

Good help can be hard to find, especially when it comes to childcare. NW Kids is pleased to introduce several Portland-area businesses that make finding good childcare, well, easy peasy.

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Sitter Soiree
Can you imagine…

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Baby Einstein Discovery Kit Giveaway

Giveaway: Win a Baby Einstein Discovery Kit

Over a decade ago, Baby Einstein was founded by a stay-at-home mom and former teacher Julie Clark, who wanted to share her love of the arts and humanities with her baby. With it’s familiar classical music, simple, engaging and colorful…

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