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Why we're still fighting for work-life balance

While we wait for better workplace and childcare policies, let's help each other.

Pushing forward the paid time off conversation in Seattle

Adjusting to a new baby is tough for most parents, but should they expect paid time off? The answer is “yes” in every part of the developed world — except the United States.

Two Seattle dads tackle the universal balancing act

While their family may be nontraditional, these Seattle dads's challenges as working parents are the same as anyone's.

"I hate being a mother": How parents can feel guilty about perceived shortcomings

A Seattle mom's verse on the trials of motherhood gets real, and really resonates.

Pop quiz: Can you have it all?

Think you can have it all? Take our quiz and find out.

Growing healthy eaters at the Rainier Beach Learning Garden

Seattle's Rainier Beach Learning Garden offers kids the chance to dig in to gardening and learn more about growing their own produce.

Should Old Navy market 'boyfriend' jeans to toddlers and kids?

Nine essential parenting tips from a masterful Seattle mom

How to talk with your kids about 50 Shades of Grey

Tips broken down by age group.

Wings For Autism helps families take flight

A ride on a plane can be stressful for any parent, but for parents of children with autism, traveling by air can be especially challenging.

Paging Mary Poppins: Making a nanny connection with the Nanny Share Portal

A Seattle-based free and local nanny share site connects families looking for childcare.

It's a family affair

Two Seattle families dish on why, when it comes to kids, they think more is merrier.

Potty talk with 'Softy the Poop​'

'Softy the Poop' hopes to keep kids informed in an accessible way

These grown-up goods are no good for kids

The growing popularity of e-cigarettes and marijuana-infused food products are making some children seriously sick.

Intentional holidays

Simple traditions can be intensely meaningful for the whole family

Unified Sports turns all athletes into teammates

Washington kids with intellectual disabilities are no longer stuck on the sidelines thanks to a popular initiative from Special Olympics.

An even higher level of play

An Edmonds family knows that both the costs and the payoffs can be sky-high
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