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This Backstreet Boy is releasing an album for kids, and it’s larger than life

4 tips for getting through the difficulty that is divorce

When your dreams get tossed in the dumpster fire of divorce, don’t dive in after them

65 ways to keep kids busy this summer

Find something fun for kids to do every single day of summer break!

Sweet & Savory Summer: Locust Cider & Brewing Co. on Alki

Lola’s Lumpia: Filipino appetizers made by a local mom

Woodshop BBQ: Take the kids (and dog), sit on the patio and enjoy

Make your own ice pops: It's easy and fun

Wouldn't this be a great day for a cool treat! You can make them from most anything. Here's how.

From serious to silly, great summer books for kids of all ages

Teaching kids to share: It sounds simple, but (ha!) it's not

How should we teach sharing to our kids, as citizens of both our family and the world? A Seattle mom tackles this issue thoughtfully and humorously.

Sweet & Savory Summer: Go on a cone crawl

Sweet & Savory Summer: Make strawberry-rhubarb jam

Sweet & Savory Summer: Kachi lassi is a rose-flavored welcome

New Beacon Hill spot will be youth-designed hub for equity work in Seattle

The expansion of Estelita's Library will host everything from book clubs to dance classes, “anything that speaks to social justice, to equity ..."

Founded by 2 women, LegUp aims to be your one-stop shop for child care

“Leg Up is all about convenience,” says Jessica Eggert, co-founder and the startup’s CEO. She knows from experience how hard it can be to find help.

How a superstar Seattle chef gets his 5-year-old son to try new foods

Edouardo Jordan believes kids should experience food with all five senses — and that they should be exposed to restaurants early in life.

Let's fight the mass-market snarking of childhood

A little sassiness in teenagers is understandable, but does the attitude have to kick in so young?

'I never anticipated having to freeze my eggs at 27 years old'

A medical condition forces a single woman in her 20s to start planning for the kids she knows she wants in the future. Here is her story.
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