Category: kids

How Many Kids Do Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos Have?

If there’s one celebrity family we’d jump at the chance to join officially, it’s the Consuelos family. Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos are aging like fine wines, and despite our crushes on them both, we’d love nothing more than to become their adopted children and join their three grown kids — two sons and a

Washable Cloth Face Masks For Kids From Etsy

With shelter-in-place and social-distancing orders in full effect throughout most of the United States, it’s important to take every precaution to protect yourself and others from COVID-19, and in following the CDC’s national guidelines, that means reaching for a face mask whenever you’re out in public. For parents, finding masks that fit their children properly

Single Father Fosters 12 Kids and Adopts 1 to Pay It Forward

Peter Mutabazi, a single father from Charlotte, NC, knows firsthand what it’s like to have a challenging childhood. After growing up in Uganda with limited resources and running away from home as a teen, he was taken in by a compassionate stranger. Eventually, he moved to the US and began paying it forward by fostering

Watch Kerry Washington Discuss Race Education For Kids

Kerry Washington, Little Fires Everywhere actress and mom of two, recently spoke about both the importance of democracy and of teaching children a much more extended version of Black history in a virtual interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live. After discussing the role that privilege plays in society, she explained how she’s working hard to talk

How to Answer Kids’ LGBTQ+ Questions

If there’s one thing we can say about kids universally, it’s that they’re curious as all get out. Whether they’re asking you embarrassing questions in the grocery store parking lot or they’re pestering you about where babies come from, answering tough questions is an inescapable aspect of parenting. Given your little ones’ natural instinct to

Is It Safe to Fly With Kids Amid the Novel Coronavirus?

With social-distancing regulations loosening across the United States, parents may be wondering when it’ll be safe to fly with the kids again. Although the CDC outlined safety measures in the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, not much has changed in terms of guidelines. However, TSA hopes to put new airpot regulations into effect by mid-June,

How to Talk to Kids About Protests and Activism

Protests and rebellions have erupted in cities across the US this week, and with everyone likely still at home because of the pandemic, there’s a good chance your child overheard you discussing the events, or they saw photos of them on your phone’s newsfeed or they caught a glimpse of the action on the TV

Hobbies For Kids to Pick Up While Staying Home

Coming up with strings of activities for our kids to do in-between homeschooling and family walks is definitely not easy, and not exactly sustainable for a long period of time. However, this is the perfect opportunity to foster some independence in your child and help set them up with a hobby that can carry them