With the weather looking promising this weekend, you’ll have no excuse not to get out and make the most of it. Check out what’s going on in Queens.
Archive by month March
Growing up, we had cool girl heroes to look up to like She-Ra and of course the ever awesome Jem but it seems girls today have no powerful characters to emulate other than the Disney Princesses. So what can we do for our little girls to empower them and foster independence and self esteem? How […]
In our new Child Care in Queens series, we’ll review the options parents have to help you find the right choice for your family. Research shows that quality child care prepares children for future success. If you work or simply need time for yourself, one of the most important decisions you will make is where […]
After we have kids, the convenience of the subway is no longer so convenient. The necessary evils of strollers, diaper bags, etc. make it difficult to enjoy an outing in Manhattan, especially when you have to contend with all of the steps to get into and out of the subway. We’ve made it a little […]
Having children means St. Patrick’s Day takes on a whole new meaning. While pub-crawls may no longer be a realistic means of celebrating good ol’ St. Paddy, there are still plenty of ways to enjoy the day with your family.
Meat and potatoes make for the ultimate comfort food but, for many, concerns about the environment, dietary health or the source and treatment of the animals may have made it something to be avoided. Queens residents who want to find locally raised and ethically sourced meat can find a great selection at Butcher Bar in […]
When I was pregnant with my first child, I mentioned to my midwife that I’ve suffered panic attacks in the past and she suggested that I might be prone to a panic attack while in labor and therefore would be a great candidate for hypnobirthing. Hypnobirthing is defined by its founder, Marie Mongan, as a […]
By far the most popular class in our class blast series is happening this weekend – the Kids Capoeira Class at Gym-azing on Sunday, March 11th.
As parents, we are the greatest advocates for our children. When we see something in our community that we want to improve for our children, we can take action and contact our local representatives to affect change.
Believe it or not, summer is right around the corner. If you are considering sending your child to a sleep-away summer camp, you have many wonderful options in and around the city.