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Fun St. Patrick’s Day Activities for the Kids

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St. Patrick’s Day, March 17 every year, is always a fun holiday to celebrate with the kids. One of the most (in)famous traditions, of course, is to pinch anyone who’s not wearing green, but there are other fun and friendlier things you can do with the kids to have fun for the day. Here are

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Fun February Events to Do with Kids in Chicago

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February is a great month for fun things to do in Chicago with kids. From crafts and activities to celebrate nature, to card-making and mosaic hearts, to a fun show with entertainer Randy Kaplan, there are lots of fun family activities to do with the kids in the city this month. Here are details for some of

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5 New Year’s Resolutions for Parents

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The end of the year is upon us and one of the time-honored traditions of ringing in the new year is the New Year’s Resolution. It’s a good time for reflection and goal-setting for your next year as a parent as well as an individual. Here are some good New Year’s resolutions for parents to

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Three Christmas Gift Ideas for Creative Kids

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This year there are more fun and creative toys for kids than ever. We’re fans of getting kids Christmas gifts that aren’t toys, but if you’re in the market for some toy gifts too this year, here are some unique ideas to get you started. 1. Stop Motion Animation Kit The best gifts for little

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Fun Fall Events for Kids in Chicago

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October is a time that makes you think of pumpkins and scarecrows, witches, ghouls, goblins, and the beautiful color-changing fall foliage. There is a lot of fun stuff going on to mark the change in season, and celebrate a little longer before winter sets in. Need some ideas for some fun fall things to do

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4 Things People Don’t Tell You About Adjusting to a Newborn – But Are Perfectly Normal

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Being a parent to a newborn baby is one of the biggest changes and adjustments a person could ever make, and sometimes it can be hard to know what’s “normal” – especially when your feelings aren’t all rainbows and butterflies about your new baby. Yes, this is something that is rarely talked about, but often

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8 Ways to Play with a Cardboard Box

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Need some fun ideas for recycling those cardboard boxes in the garage? Try some of these cool things to make with your kids! 1. Make a cat bed or doghouse for the family pet Everyone already knows cats love sitting in boxes, and dogs love to have a bed of their own. Have your little

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How to have an easy, successful drop off at daycare or preschool

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Do you fear the dreaded daycare drop-off scene? Fear not! It doesn’t have to be a terrible, traumatic experience. Here are some tips for how to have an easy, successful drop off at daycare or preschool: Ask the daycare for advice on how to ease this transition They’ve been around for this sort of thing

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December Things to Do in Chicago with Kids

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December is here! If your calendar isn’t already chock-full of dinner and holiday parties with family and friends, family vacations to warmer climes, or ski trips to the mountains and you’re looking for something to do with the kids in and around Chicago this month, here’s a few ideas to get you started: Ongoing for

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Why Cooking with Your Kids is a Great Idea

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Thanksgiving is a wonderful time for families and friends to come together and enjoy each other’s company over the experience of a beautiful meal and all the love and appreciation that goes into having and hosting that meal. But what about when you have a “helpful” toddler underfoot who just so desperately wants to “help” Mom

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