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Spring Sales

Where to find deals on gently used items for babies and kids

Seattle Drum School helps kids find the joy in rhythm

Local musicians find value in letting children explore

Baby Jam invites you to jam out with your joy out

Drop-in music classes bring the beat in three languages

Daniel Pak's mission to share music

Increasing music programs in Seattle public schools and juvenile detention facilities will help amplify young people’s voices

Symphony concerts for kids on the autism spectrum

"Sensory-friendly concerts” offer shorter, intimate performances designed specifically for kids ages 5 to 8 on the autism spectrum

Let’s talk consent

Kids too young to learn about sex can still benefit from early lessons about consent

Dad Next Door: May the Force be with you

When it comes to kids, most meltdowns start long before we see them coming.

New Mom Dispatch: Weighing In

Weight is one of the few concrete metrics by which our baby's progress — and implicitly, our success as parents — is measured.

Happy homestead in West Seattle

The Jamison family cultivates a love of sustainable living at home and online

Kids Science Labs experiments with fun

Just east of Green Lake, kids are invited to use everyday items to answer big questions

Where to celebrate Purim around Seattle

Hilariously-themed Purim festivities are open to all families

Get out for some tasty March Madness eats

These kid-friendly breweries, bars and restaurants are great places to catch the game, enjoy a beer and not be glared at for rolling in with a stroller.

Let’s play princess… or CEO

Venture Kits is a box that has all the tools a kid needs to learn how to be the boss

Fighting for fairness: A family portrait in activism

These parents believe that ‘even small people can make a big difference’

Training for Trump

What writer Claire Dederer learned from her son while hiking during the summer of ugly politics.

The kids are alright

Seattle singer-songwriter and father John Roderick says that Nixon and Reagan couldn’t stop progress. Neither can Trump.

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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