If you have to watch your own kids for the rest of the year, here are some ideas for what to do when schools are closed.
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My husband and I are spending our eighth Christmas together. As our family gets older, holiday traditions keep growing, and a newly-interested-in-Christmas kid makes things feel a little brighter.
Sharks! Murder! iPads! Inside the weird world of my daughter’s imaginary siblings.
What to get for the kid whose parents don’t want you to get anything.
Is telling your kid that Santa is real the same thing as not telling her that Santa’s made up? I don’t know. You try telling a four-old-anything she doesn’t want to hear and then let me how that works out for you.
An art museum is almost the opposite of a children’s museum: there’s no touching, no talking, and nothing to ride. That doesn’t mean it can’t be kid-friendly.
“What’s it like being four?” I asked my daughter. “Eckkk,” she said. Welcome to four!
We’re doing Halloween again already? This year I didn’t have time to plan for it, but it’s on track to happen just fine anyway.
My daughter’s blind grabs at books on library shelves have turned up a few treasures.
HandsOn Day promotes community involvement, and if your kids are too small to help out with the activities, they’re never too young to learn how to be kind and helpful.