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Dad Next Door

Dad Next Door: Across the great divide

On November 9, we awoke to a nation split down the middle. Half of America celebrated that their country had been given back to them, while the other half despaired that it had been taken away.
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Things To Do

25+ Indoor Things to Do with Kids At-Home & Around Seattle

From simple science and games at home to low-cost or free outings around the region, here's a list of winter boredom busters.
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Things To Do

Babies get bendy at Pose & Play yoga for tots in Interbay

Babies from 3 months to 4 years can play and explore in the studio
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Media

Podcast for Parents: Kids' Courage and Tyrannical Toddlers

This week: For kids, a five-year-old talks about courage and for parents, the tale of a naked toddler who takes her mom hostage.
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From the Community

What a Girl Learns in Girl Scouts

Girl Scouts teaches the importance of community, self-reliance, friendship and courage.
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Do Good

Local Children's Book Illustrator Jessixa Bagley Issues a Call to Action

Since the election, local children's book author Jessixa Bagley starts each day by asking, “What can I do today?”
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Making Home

A simple, sane, sensible remodel

This Broadview couple keeps it basic in their family home, with room to grow — and space for guests
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Baby

New Mom Dispatch: The milky way

There are many benefits to breastfeeding but in the worst of times it can be painful, frustrating, time-consuming and guilt-inducing.
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Eating Out with Kids

Little Uncle packs big flavors

Part of Little Uncle’s charm is the welcoming, casual vibe
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Family Travel Northwest

Discovering Vancouver

Even in the chill of winter, British Columbia’s largest city offers a warm welcome to visitors
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