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4 Fun Ideas to Celebrate Mom This Mother’s Day

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Happy Mother’s Day! To all the moms out there, this is your special weekend to celebrate you and all you do for your kids and family. How do you want to celebrate Mother’s Day this year? Do you want to kick your feet up and take a load off, just sitting around at home with some

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Building Your Little Reader’s Library, Part 5: Easter Edition

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Easter brings fun and happy times for many families. Spring is in the air, and it’s always a lovely time of year to have a fun springtime celebration with family and friends! And of course any time is a great time to read timely stories with your kiddos! Here are some Easter-time storybooks with some

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4 Incredibly Memorable Chicago Sleepover Experiences for You and the Kids

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Sleepovers are always fun as a kid – but here are some super special sleepover opportunities in Chicago for you and the kids that will really make for some great childhood memories! Sleepover Safari at the Brookfield Zoo What better way to learn about and enjoy the zoo animals than a sleepover safari at the

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Quick Tips for Taking Better Photos of Your Kids

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We know how much you love your kids and want to preserve and celebrate their life and journey as they grow from baby to toddler to kid. It happens so fast, but photography can be a fun and rewarding way to enjoy and, to some extent, capture the magic as it develops right there in

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Tips for How to Introduce Your Child to Art!

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Do your kids love to make art work? Or do you want to introduce your little one to the magical world of art and creativity? Art provides so many wonderful benefits for the artist and audience alike. Doing art helps enhance a child’s physical, social, cognitive, emotional, and imaginative and innovative development. Learning to channel

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Basic Steps to Prepare Your Family for Natural Disasters

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Cities across the US have been hit with extreme weather this year, some of it bringing big cities to a standstill with snow volume that the city’s infrastructure just isn’t prepared to handle. While many extreme weather and other disruptive or emergency events come with at least some advance warning, it’s very important to make

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February Fun in Chicago with the Kids

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February is here and there’s a whole new month of fun to have with the kids! Pick your way around the Chicago area and check out these options for family fun this February: 1. Enjoy a Composting Demo, Sweet Saturday treat, or a Tree ID Walk at the Garfield Park Conservatory The Garfield Park Conservatory

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Building Your Little Reader’s Library, Part 4: the Different Abilities Edition

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Some of the greatest gifts we can give children are awareness and empathy. And reading, of course! This edition of additions to your Little Reader’s Library will help give all of those gifts!  All families, neighborhoods, daycares, classrooms, and social groups are diverse mixes of personalities, backgrounds, ethnicities, and abilities. Every person has things in

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Celebrate the New Year with Some Fun in the Snow!

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Happy New Year! 2018 was a busy year and the holiday season is always a little crazy for everyone. Did you and your family get to make your own Frosty the Snowman?  Now that we’re heading into the new calendar year, Spring and warm weather will be around the corner before you know it! Grab

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3 Fun Things to Do with Your Kids This Christmas

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Christmas is almost here, what does your family have planned for the holidays? The last few weeks in December are some of the greatest of the year – cold weather, snowflakes and snowmen, scarves and hats, fireplaces and hot cocoa. And of course all of the Christmas and New Year’s celebrations! The kids will want

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