April 2013

Chicago Parent

Zava Rajabali, 3, of Hanover Park.

Writing lines: Ancient torture or modern miracle?

A flashback to watching The Little House on the Prairie leads to some effective discipline.  Read...

 

Three Mother's Day gifts that are better than brunch

A few gift ideas to subtly (or not so subtly) suggest to your spouse and kids for Mother's Day this year.  Read...

 

History is Hott tour inspires kids to have a passion for Chicago's past

Tour and lunch at Palmer House tells families an animated history of the Windy City.  Read...

 

Something for every sweets lover at Sensational Bites in Lakeview

Vegans, chocolate lovers, frosting lickers. There's something for everyone at Sensational Bites. Read...

 

Is college worth the cost in today's economy?

As part of Money Smart Week, we take a look at college costs and the return on your investment. Read...

 

Seeing the differences through the eyes of a child

Being an interracial, adopted family can bring a lot of questions, but often the kids' concerns are a lot more innocent.  Read...

 

Unexpected ways Chicago families can recycle

Take recycling to the next step by going beyond cardboard and plastic. Some things you can recycle might surprise you. Read...

 

Chicago kids speak out on the environment and global warming

We spoke to 13 Chicago-area kids about the current state of the environment and how they expect things to go in the future. Read...

 

Should your family try a detox diet?

Juice cleanses are trendy, but are they right for your family? Weigh the benefits with the negatives before making the decision. Read...

 
 





 
 
 
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