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Green Parenting: Eating Vegetarian

“Come on, try a broccoli tree,” I say, my voice taking on the edge of a whine. Sprout pokes at his broccoli with a finger. Most of the time in this situation, he tries at least one. For a three … Continue reading

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Earth Week: Six Kid-Friendly Activities to Make Earth Day Every Day

Earth Day doesn’t need to be limited to April 22 for you or your children. You can make Earth Day everyday by trying one of these activities that can start conversations about bigger topics. Shifting the Family’s Lifestyle Bike, walk, … Continue reading

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Book Club: Why Richard Scarry’s Busytown Has the Worst City Government Ever

Book Club – quirky critical and social justice takes on children’s literature. Otherwise known as what happens when someone interested in pop culture and political analysis has read the same bedtime story for the 100th time. Richard Scarry’s Busytown has … Continue reading

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