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Dandy Stitch is dandy indeed

What’s dandier than a smart woolen cape for your little crusader?

Soft blankets for warm hearts

Seattle-based Katlin Jackson founded Haiti Babi after volunteering in a Haitian orphanage, where she saw firsthand the poverty that deprives mothers of the means to support their children. Her mission was simple: jobs for moms.

Imaginative play with minimal setup

With the irresistible fun in Asia Citro’s new book 150+ Screen-Free Activities for Kids, kids 10 and under will be clamoring to get their hands on paint and slime instead of the TV remote.

Halloween ComicFest: Better than candy

At Halloween ComicFest, adults and kids can shamble like zombies into comic shops and get free Halloween and horror-themed comics.

Go to town: fair trade instruments for the whole family

North Seattle is a destination and a musical state of mind.

A journal to document a thousand days

Local author Nikki McClure's childhood journal The Next 1000 Days has space for milestones both big and small to record your favorite memories as your child grows from ages 2 to 6.

Get a great deal at fall consignment sales

Parents can outfit their growing children for a fraction of the retail cost; a great way to help stretch those dollars. Visit the event nearest you for deals on gently-used children's clothes, gear, toys and more.

City Mouse: a smart kids' boutique

What began as a photo studio has become a smart kids' boutique, featuring carefully considered products, responsible and local companies, good design and organic materials. Future plans include a baby registry and age-appropriate clothing for preteens.

A parent’s review: Rise and Shine!

The summer days may be dwindling, but you can have sunshine inside anytime with the bright new album Rise and Shine!

Seattle’s ‘Bear’ author on kids and writing

Bonny Becker lived quite a full life before pursuing her dream of becoming a published author, working as a hotel maid, fruit picker, typist, photographer, journalist, editor and corporate communications manager

A parent’s review: Recess Monkey’s Wired

Now on their incredible 11th album, can Recess Monkey keep up the same zany energy and rockin' family fun that have become their trademarks? Absolutely!

S is for Salmon: A Pacific Northwest Alphabet

Families Get to Help Shape New Seattle Center Play Area

Canine Behavior Center, Inc.

Homegrown: Shopping Guide

Fair Trade Shopping at Ten Thousand Villages

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