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12/22/17
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Winter is hard on parents. Every time you want to go outside, there are so many layers of clothing to put on (seriously, so many), and you end up standing by the door, sweating, as you wait for everyone to get ready. And then, someone has to pee.

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12/21/17
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The stuff that kids watch can be mind-numbingly inane—we get it, Dora’s map, YOU ARE A MAP. Rion Nakaya, a design director and video producer, had the same gripe when she saw the type of video content that was targeted for her three-year-old back in 2011. And then it hit her: Who says children only need to watch

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12/15/17
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Everyone wants his or her child to be a musician, or at least an appreciator of the beautiful and bonding qualities that music offers. Hence my regular playing of Tori Amos during tummy time. Sorry kid.

12/14/17
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We asked a selection of toy-sellers and kid experts about what tech toys they anticipate will be hot this year, especially those that might be fun for a parent to join in on. Lots of these innovative gifts are a bit like Jessica Seinfeld’s desserts: attractive treats that secretly hide good-for-you lessons in science

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12/11/17
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It’s no secret that kids love playing spy. (Get it? Secret? No? Okay.) And while a good old-fashioned decoder can provide minutes full of wholesome family fun, we’re guessing today’s tech-savvy, tiny 007s might be better served by something more advanced. Here are some of the most fun, easy ways for kids and parents

12/8/17
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Kids’ crafts are the greatest, but can we all admit that they can also be head-scratchers? I have found myself talking to my daughter after a burst of inspiration like, “Yeah, this is such a cool tiny house made out of cardboard and masking tape… but what do we do with it?”

12/7/17
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Your home is festooned with twinkling lights and your children’s holiday gift requests are being registered super politely and quietly, while cookies bake in the oven. Okay, maybe not. But the holiday bonanza provides a good moment to take advantage of kids’ natural curiosity and teach them about the origins of the

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