Your fave Chicago spots, only different

Field Museum

Used to be: The place you’d go to check out the mother of all dinosaur skeletons, Sue the T. rex.

Is now: One of the most surprisingly luxe spots to nurse your baby, thanks to the award-winning ladies’ room.

The Bean

Used to be: Where you’d dodge tourists on their first visit to the Windy City.

Is now: A great place to take a selfie with your Chicago baby.

Woodfield Mall

Used to be: The mall to hit for a little retail therapy.

Is now: The ideal indoor spot for a little stroller-based exercise (and some shopping on the side).

Soldier Field

Used to be: Where the diehards go to cheer on the Monsters of the Midway.

Is now: The rare place where dad can handle diaper duty for once—all restrooms are equipped with changing stations.

Lincoln Park Zoo

Used to be: Where you’d keep tabs on the lions and tigers and bears.

Is now: Where music and monkeys go hand-in-hand, thanks to Mr. Singer, who performs original songs at Farm-in-the-Zoo on Wednesday and Friday mornings.

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