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  • Add to Cart: Our March Fave Family Products

    Add to Cart: Our March Fave Family Products0

    Give a nursing mom a thoughtful gift in the form of the Breastfeeding Support Necklace from Applepear. Made with a unique, white Akoya pearl and a hand-stamped International Breastfeeding symbol, each piece from Applepear is crafted carefully through hammering, twisting, and shaping metals so they will shine anytime it is worn. For each necklace purchased,

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  • Why The Best Educational Toys Are Right Under Your Nose

    Why The Best Educational Toys Are Right Under Your Nose0

    The best, most educational toys an infant or toddler can have are right under parents’ noses and, mostly likely, are free or very low cost. To adults, pots, wooden spoons, empty boxes, and even Corian tile samples, silicone muffin cups, and Velcro hair rollers may look like a bunch of unrelated junk, but to children,

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  • March Family Movie Reviews

    March Family Movie Reviews0

    Beauty and The Beast Rated PG for some action violence, peril and frightening images In theaters March 17 OK for kids 8+ Reel Preview: 5 of 5 Reels The beloved Disney tale gets a reboot on the big screen with a blend of live-action and CGI magic. Emma Watson and Dan Stevens star as Belle

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  • The Ultimate February Vacation Guide 2017

    The Ultimate February Vacation Guide 20170

    Get out of the house! Check out our day-by-day listing of all the family fun Massachusetts has to offer. Check out more than 75 events, everything from a brand-new major LEGO exhibit and chainsaw-juggling comedians to Abominable Snowman tracking, a Greenhouse Beach Party, and more! Saturday, February 18 LEGO City Builder Debut. LEGOLAND Discovery Center, 598 Assembly

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  • Easy Ways Families Can Unplug, Get Up, and Get Going

    Easy Ways Families Can Unplug, Get Up, and Get Going0

    Most mornings when I walk into my college classroom, the majority of my students are already there. My millennial students are sitting at their desks, looking down at their phones, and — you guessed it — generally not talking with each other. Sometimes the lights aren’t even turned on. When I walk in, I turn

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  • EcoTarium Brings New Exhibit Home With ‘City Science’

    EcoTarium Brings New Exhibit Home With ‘City Science’0

    Cities are carved out of the environment, creating a phenomenon blurring the line between urban infrastructure and the natural ecology it is replacing — or frequently displacing. Last month, the EcoTarium launched a new permanent exhibit exploring how cities maintain their infrastructure while preserving the natural communities that live in and around them. Aptly titled

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