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Seattle-Area U-Pick Strawberries

The season is short for picking strawberries. Now's the time to go berry-crazy!
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7 of the Best Playgrounds for Preschoolers in North Seattle

Fantastic playgrounds for preschoolers that offer physical (but safe) challenges and a comfy place for the grown-ups to watch the fun.
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Things To Do

16 Free Things To Do with Kids This Week, June 26 - July 2

Plenty to do inside or outside from hands-on learning for little ones to boat rides on Lake Union.
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Family Travel Northwest

Transit Tourism: One Family's Approach to Travel

Sometimes the Knox family makes a game of seeing how many different modes of transportation or individual rides they can take in a single day.
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Do Good

5 Ways That You - and Your Kids - Can Help Out Homeless People Now

At some point in our lives, we all face challenges. If we are lucky, we have a network of families and friends to support to help us through the tough times. If not, you are on your own unless your larger community steps up.
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Parenting

I am a View Ridge Soccer Mom Battling Mental Illness. I Didn't Die Sunday, But Charleena Lyles Did

I’m going to step out of my comfort zone, the bubble and safety net of View Ridge.
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Baby

New Mom Dispatch: Confessions of a Sleep Trainer

Training baby to sleep means training the parents too.
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Making Home

Rain Gardens 101

Rain gardens are so effective that in certain areas the city of Seattle and King County pay a rebate of about $4,000, to cover the cost of installing a rain garden.
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Dad Next Door

Dad Next Door: The price of money

We know what benefits kids the most: Closeness to their parents. Dinners with their families. Connection to their communities. A sense of agency and control in their lives. These are all things we can help give to our kids, but they have a price.
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