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Are you a dancer? Is your child a tumbler? Check out these NYC resources.
Here are some classes with opportunities to get out of the house to meet new friends and parents while teaching your children various life lessons and entertaining them with exciting activities!
Oh, the trauma of the first haircut. The tears, the screaming, the stranger holding scissors near the head of your precious child—and then you have to pull out the wallet and actually pay for all […]
If you haven’t spent much time in the Bronx with your family, then you are missing some wonderful experiences! Nearly one quarter of the land in the Bronx is open space, making this borough a […]
When people call Manhattan “the center of the universe”, we find it hard to disagree. The diversity of people, businesses and entertainment options are unparalleled. There is just so much to see and to do! […]
It can be challenging to figure out what to do with young kids, because they tend to have such a wide range of interests. CBS New York has taken the initiative and provides some top […]
New York City is so packed with places and activities for preschoolers to the point that it almost could be nicknamed “The Small Apple”. Whether indoor or outdoors, your preschoolers will have a blast! Moomah […]
The diversity of neighborhoods in Brooklyn and people make it a truly special place to raise a family. Here’s just a few of our top places to visit in Brooklyn with kids: Best Park Pier […]
All of us parents have struggled with options of what to do with our toddlers…especially during the rainy and cold days. And while occasional snowmen or skips through the rain are great, sometimes you just […]
While Barnes and Noble branches throughout the city hold story times for children and boast a large selection of kids’ books these independent bookstores hold sway in their neighborhoods and keep families coming back year after year.
Sure, sure, we don’t actually need bookstores anymore. The advent of e-readers like the Kindle, Nook, and iPad have sort of made cutting down trees a necessity of the past.