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Kids in Medicine inspires future scientists with hands-on experiences

Kids in Medicine offers hands-on programs for children of all ages at its laboratories in downtown Seattle.

Even ninjas practice: An interview with children's author Sanae Ishida

Talented new author Sanae Ichida, who has called Seattle home for 13 years, is releasing her first picture book this month. 'Little Kunoichi: The Ninja Girl' is a unique story that encourages kids to practice and practice, even if it doesn’t always make perfect.

Challenging food allergies in a safe place

A Seattle food-allergy clinic provides peace of mind for parents.

How Geo of Blue Scholars Makes Activism Part of Everyday Parenting

Seattle parents and activists George Quibuyen and Chera Amlag sat down with us to discuss parenting, community, and raising kids with an activist consciousness.

WATCH the video premiere of Recess Monkey's new song "Penguinese”

Do you speak “Penguinese?”

Boldly geometric onesies from Snagg

Snagg's boldly patterned onesies, made with nontoxic inks, will add a little extra magic to your baby's wardrobe.

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.

Youth Speaks Seattle Allows Teens to Express Themselves Through Poetry

Youth Speaks Seattle provides a safe haven for teens to express themselves through spoken word poetry.

Donut Cat, Donut Cat, why aren’t we eating you?

MarninSaylor's plush donut cats will enchant cat lovers and donut aficionados alike.

Climate change: One mess kids have nothing to do with

Playing around town: Hands-on music experiences in the Seattle area

Music appreciation benefits kids in more ways than one.

Stringed and keyed, and unlike anything

Nine-year-old Evan Claar plays the nyckelharpa, a string instrument that honors his Swedish heritage and love of folk music.
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