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Editor’s Picks for October 2021

Find out what we’re loving for you and your family this month with these product selections courtesy of The National Parenting Product Awards. Adora Amazing Girls 18-inch Cassidy Doll She enjoys peaceful activities in her Arizona desert home and likes to stomp with the rhythm of her favorite country songs. …

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The Children’s Guild: Transformation Academy to Open in Baltimore

The Children's Guild: Transformation Academy

The Children’s Guild: Transformation Academy Opens in Baltimore City Oct. 18. A new nonpublic 12-month day school will provide special education services to children on the autism spectrum in Baltimore City. Located at 6802 McClean Blvd., The Children’s Guild: Transformation Academy will serve students ages 5-21 with a primary diagnosis …

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Baltimore’s Top 7 Museum Experiences for Kids

American Visionary Art Museum From a 15-foot pink poodle kinetic sculpture to exterior walls covered completely in recycled mosaic, the American Visionary Art Museum is filled with spectacular and quirky exhibits that will delight both adults and kids. Afterwards, swing by the “Slideshow” gift shop and let kids explore the …

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Visiting Museums with Kids

Museums across the country are starting to reopen after being forced to close in 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of them, such as Baltimore’s Port Discovery Children’s Museum, Philadelphia’s Please Touch Museum and the National Children’s Museum in Washington, D.C., are geared just for kids. But …

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Adolescent Diabetes Is On the Rise

In recent years, health experts have noted rising rates of diabetes among the general population and in adolescents. Should parents be concerned? To find out, we spoke with Dr. Paula Newton, director of pediatric endocrinology at the University of Maryland Center for Diabetes and Endocrinology at the University of Maryland …

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Parent You Should Know: Lisa Wallace

What were some of your motivations for creating I’m the Chef Too!? I’m The Chef Too! started out of the necessity of helping our son who has ADHD. He had a hard time focusing in school but loved to connect with me in the kitchen. I thought what better way …

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Sometimes You Just Have to Let Them Dance

“Stop the car! I just have to dance!” exclaimed our 3-year-old daughter Edith as she looked out the window and took in the baby grand piano, speakers and cushions set up for an outdoor concert on the front steps of the Baltimore Museum of Art. Our family was rushing home …

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What Makes a School Great?

I tried to hyperventilate as quietly as I could as I stood outside the door of the 1930s-era brick school building. The crackling, indecipherable voice on the intercom system must have approved my entry because I was buzzed in. As I stepped into the fluorescent-lit front office, three women looked …

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youth sports during covid-19

During this pandemic, so many cherished routines have been sacrificed, and the loss of sports is one that really stings for lots of kids. Not only do sports provide a way to stay fit and have fun, but they are also sources of socialization and confidence. And, of course, they …

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