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On the Town Survival Guide: Cleveland Indians

I love getting out and about to explore the Northeast Ohio region with my son. And while sometimes I can be ambitious in where I undertake to go with him, I’ve learned some great tips and tricks on how to maximize fun and minimize stress on these outings. So, I thought I’d share what I’ve learned (sometimes the hard way) in an ongoing series of “On the Town Survival Guide” posts. read more

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Free Family-Friendly things to do in Ohio this Summer

Summertime in Northeast Ohio is perfect for heading out for a bit of family fun — after all, the kids don’t want to spend their entire break from school holed up playing video games. However, all those outings can add up, so here are several places to go for free family-friendly fun. read more

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Maltz Museum's David Schafer says the exhibit helps kids connect the stories of American history to their own experiences.
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Hands-On Exhibit for Children Opens at Beachwood’s Maltz Museum

The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage's newest exhibit, "Centuries of Childhood: An American Story," uses interactive, hands-on activities to chronicle the stories of five children and their families living in historical eras ranging from the 1700s to the mid-20th Century. The exhibit, produced in partnership with the Children's Museum of Cleveland, is designed for children ages 2-8 years old. ...
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On the Outside Looking In (Through Your Own Window!)

Whether it’s just a hectic Tuesday or Christmas morning, your home is the place your family gathers. It’s a constantly shared yet very personal space. But when cleaning your house, it can be beneficial to view it from an outsider’s perspective. read more

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Send Vacation Woes Packing with these Family Travel Tips

When planning a trip with the kids, parents try to think of all the unexpected situations and plan accordingly. You bring extra wipes, diapers, changes in clothes, and stockpile snacks and activities to survive being stuck in a car, plane, train or hotel room. Here are some less-obvious ways you can make your trip a little easier. read more

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Having a Discussion with Tweens and Teens is a Tool in Suicide Prevention

The Netflix show “13 Reasons Why” has been a topic of interest among teens, national media and adults. It depicts a series of tapes created before a teen’s suicide. The graphic nature of the content, including scenes of sexual violence and suicide, has experts and school districts cautioning parents about the program. read more

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Make your Child’s Sleepover at their Grandparents’ House a Dreamy Success

The time will come, whether you are ready or not, when Grandma and Grandpa will ask if your precious child can sleep over. Even for experienced parents, the mere thought of your child not sleeping in his or her own cozy bed causes anxiety. However, with the right preparation, everyone can be set up for success. Here are some personal and legal tips to make sure everyone is ready for that sleepover. read more

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8 Outdoor Summer Activities for Kids

Summer is in full swing and many parents have already run out of ideas for ways to entertain the kids during the break from school. Instead of letting them sit on the couch watching television or playing video games all summer, get started on these eight creative outdoor adventures. read more

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