Katie Dupuis, Editor-in-Chief

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SUMMER 2019

Editor’s letter Family Room #putdownthephone: Rock Art Cacti (and a Home Decor Craft for the Grownups!) Photo Essay: Summer Through Their Eyes Touchy Subject: Should You Pay Your Kids...

5 Screen-Free Ways to Use Your Smartphone This Summer

Smartphone use isn't all bad, folks! Here are five non-screen ways for your brood to get fun out of your phone this summer.

In Praise of the ’80s Summer

Remember how summer used to be in the '80s? Less scheduled fun and less fussing. Editor-in-chief Katie Dupuis is taking the freedom approach this summer by letting her girls go outside and have fun.

Rock Art Cacti (and a Home Décor Craft for the Grownups!)

Perfect as an afternoon craft project and to give as gifts, these rock art cuties are a fun way for kids (and parents) to flex their creative muscles.

Photo Essay: Summer Through A Kid’s Eyes

We asked six kiddos to take pics of their quintessential summer experiences. Good news: Ice cream and sunsets still reign supreme.

Letter From The Editor: A Fresh Perspective

Our editor-in-chief Katie Dupuis used to find spring too unpredictable to be enjoyable, but having kids gave her a new outlook. 

5 ways to throw an outdoor winter birthday party

An outdoor winter birthday party can be just as fun as a summer one. Sure, it might be a bit colder, but there's still plenty of fun to be had. Here are our fave ideas. 

No-Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Balls

No-bake, chewy, chocolatey and loaded with peanut butter? Yep, it's happening. These little balls taste like cookies without all the work (and extra sugar). 

10 baby names from classic children’s books

No doubt classic children’s books started rolling in from friends the minute you announced your impending arrival, so you probably have a cute little library going in your would-be nursery. Need name inspo? Check out those titles for adorable names with staying power.

5 ways to get kids to talk about their day

Tired of the one-word answers when you ask your kid to talk about their day? Try these five tips to get the conversation rolling.