Farm to Smart! 5 Berry Cute Ideas for Family Fun at the Market

Of course we can buy some kale, darling! Photo by © pixelprof

Spring is here and, along with the buds and blossoms, abundant farmers’ markets seem to be blooming on practically every corner. Exploring these pop-up produce paradises makes for some fabulous—and tasty—weekend family fun. There’s so much to see, smell, touch, taste, and, yup, learn. Check out these five easy ways to help your child harvest

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For the Love of Puddles: Splish, Splash…Smart!

Go ahead, get wet! It's great for children's brains. 
Photo by © Sally Anscombe/Stocksy United

Rainy days aren’t just for playing inside. Embrace the April showers—and the puddles that come with them—by turning splash time into a chance to explore, play, and be goofy with your kid. Like tide pools at the ocean, puddles are little worlds unto themselves, giving glimpses of reflected sky, clouds, trees, and your little one’s

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All About Drool: The Drippy, Droppy Facts

You may go through stacks of onesies and bibs during drool-filled months, but that drool is doing good things for your baby. Photo by © YinYang

Bibs aren’t just for meal time! By the time your baby is around two months old, you may find yourself with more and more soggy blankets, drool rags, and onesies. Sure, non-stop drool can be messy, but it’s not just a slick, slippery hassle—infant saliva serves some very important purposes in your little one’s development.

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