"Kids" Blogs & Blog Posts

Growing Up GreenGrowing Up Green

Your daily green shot of eco-cool gear for babies & kids :: featuring c...

 
Pretty Pink MommaPretty Pink Momma

I like to share chic finds for Moms, babies and kids. For the home and Dad...

 
The Housewife DiariesThe Housewife Diaries

I'm a Las Vegas housewife transplanted to Philadelphia. I'm ...

 
Stella's BlogStella's Blog

This is my hodgepodge blog. A little of everything.

 
Amalou StudioAmalou Studio

Welcome to Amalou's art and life journal. When I manage to steal some ...

 
Amy's MusingsAmy's Musings

Tales from the anti-soccer mom of 3 great kids, Erma Bombeck with a bite. H...

 
One Family's BlogOne Family's Blog

A family seeking financial independence as quickly as possible and smelling...

 


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Better late than never, I guess.  YouTube, everyone's favorite place to become radicalized, announced this week that it will no longer allow videos targeted at children that have specific types of disturbing content. This move follows years of c...

Yes, yes, we’ve all seen various versions of a video showing a baseball fan grabbing a foul ball in a way that is funny or charming. But have you ever seen a young baseball fan get his hands on a foul ball and respond like he just gained possession...

Recently WW, the company formerly known as Weight Watchers, introduced a “health coaching” app for kids called Kurbo. It’s obviously meant for weight loss, even though dieting isn’t appropriate for many kids, and can lead to disordered eating...

We teach our kids kindness by modeling kindness ourselves, talking to them about kindness, and praising them when we catch them being kind. We can also teach it with fuzzy pom-pom balls. Read more...

Poor Pittsburgh. They have this gorgeous stadium, maybe the best in baseball, and yet the team is next-to-last in the National League after going 7-28 since the All-Star Break. They rank 24th in attendance with 19,692 fans a game. And now children ar...

A big part of being a kid is building things, deconstructing things and, in general, discovering how things work—that’s why we buy those starter science experiment kits and toy microscopes to encourage their curiosity. But it’s easy to run out...

The Cubs’ 7-1 win over the Pirates in Williamsport, Penn., on Sunday night wasn’t the tightest of ballgames, but the Little Leaguers in attendance had fun all the way through the end. In the ninth inning, with the game far out of reach and Craig...