April 2014

Chicago Parent magazine

Why Chicago parents should add some color to their diets

Spring should mean just a more colorful wardrobe. Use the pretty days as motivation to eat the colors of the rainbow. Read...

 

Six families share their ideas for a perfect Chicago day

Find some inspiration to create your own perfect Chicago day. Read...

 

Five great ways to celebrate Earth Day around Chicago

Earth Day gives your family the perfect reason to get outside and enjoy nature. We have five great ideas for you. Read...

 

Baseball in Chicago is more than just a game

There is so much more to learn from baseball than fast balls and foul tips, one Chicago mom learns Read...

 

Namaskar Yoga in Chicago is great for newbies and kids

Writer Linda Marsicano was always intimidated by the idea of doing yoga, until she found a studio in Chicago just right for families. Read...

 

One of Chicago's top restaurateurs is leading gluten-free efforts

Carlyn Berghoff, a leading Chicago restaurateur, has written a gluten-free cookbook to help others like her daughter, who suffer from celiac disease. Read...

 

Chicago dad struggles with special dietary needs of his mini food snobs

Being a stay-at-home dad can be hard. Being a stay-at-home dad who cooks for a houseful of mini food critics, though, can be make a man run screaming from the kitchen. Read...

 

How to disconnect the babysitter from technology

Is your babysitter too tuned in to technology? We've got some tips to help turn off the tech. Read...

 

Four great places to hike with kids in the Chicago area

Getting outside is about the journey, and we've got four places to trek with little ones that will make life a walk in the woods. Read...

 
 







 
 
 
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