Celebrate Memorial Day 2013 in Chicago with kids
11:17 AM - May 20
Memorial Day weekend is definitely the kick-off to summer in Chicago. Check out these ideas to make it a fun weekend.
Tips to help new parents stay organized with all of baby's gear
10:26 AM - May 20
Three Chicago-area organizing professionals share their best tips for helping new parents keep everything baby needs in check.
Adler Planetarium celebrates summer and science with 100 Days of Wonder
1:56 PM - May 17
Keeping kids learning during the summer can be a challenge, but the planetarium has developed a new program to help parents explore and enjoy science with their children.
Stress and resilience in children of deployed parents drive two new studies
11:19 AM - May 17
This is the first time objective evidence, in conjunction with psychological interviews, can teach us about risk factors and resilience.
Honey Cashew Chicken recipe for a healthy family dinner
By Mandy Fayne | Kids in the Kitchen
9:48 AM - May 17
Any vegetables taste delicious with this dish. Have your family decide what vegetables they want to use for the recipe and make it your own.
Adler opens renovated Cafe Galileo's with revamped, healthier menu
4:02 PM - May 16
Adler's renovated cafe features outdoor seating and fresh options, just in time for summer planetarium visits.
The best creative sidewalk chalk ideas for kids on Pinterest
By | Pin It!
2:37 PM - May 16
A round-up of some great pins about sidewalk chalk for you to try at home to bring some fresh ideas to a classic activity.
Advice from Chicago experts on throwing baby's first birthday party
12:48 PM - May 16
Advice on the best parties, presents and more from Chicago tastemakers (and moms!)
Taking a break from a full family calendar to enjoy the small moments
By Melissa Haak | Peanut Butter in my Hair
11:12 AM - May 16
With the end of the school year, spring sports and outdoor activities, May can be more hectic than the holidays.
Chicago mom of seven graduates from law school
1:54 PM - May 15
Jennifer Wheeler Wood hopes her degree will give her the tools to help families with special needs children.