Do you suffer from "Mommy or Daddy Brain?" Dr. Smith's knows that parents have a lot to balance - but dealing with diaper rash should be one less stress. Read more from Chicago moms and dads about how they handle mommy/daddy brain.
Think ancient myths are boring? You'd better think again. SPARK re-imagines the myths of Prometheus and Pandora, setting them in a fractured futuristic world - more "Divergent" than Dante. Two Chicago Parent readers will win a family five-pack to opening night of the show (4 p.m. April 12), which includes a post-show food, drink and game reception, at the Vittum Theater.
You can get to the front of the line (and save on admission
price) at many Chicago sights with a CityPASS.
You'll find my favorite view of downtown on the 96th floor of
the John Hancock-in the ladies room (sorry fellas). The 96th floor
is a fun place to stop for lemonades and a munchie. If you
order right, you won't spend a fortune and you'll essentially get
the same view as the expensive restaurant one floor down.
It doesn't seem like it would be, but Buckingham Fountain up-close and
personal is an exciting adventure. You are not a Chicagoan till you
feel its mist on your face. And it's a fantastic photo
You'll find amazing free concerts at Millennium Park all summer
long. Pack a blanket and dinner. But don't bring your pet. No dogs
are allowed at Millennium Park.
If you go to the Rock N Roll McDonalds (600 N. Clark St.), your
kids will love the escalator.
ABC7 broadcasts live from its State Street Studio throughout
the day. If you are nearby, wander by to see a live newscast in
action. Your kids will get a kick out of trying to get on TV.