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11 Tips from Top photographers for Taking Kid and Family Photos

By Donna-Duarte-Ladd for newyorkfamily.com 11 Tips from Top photographers for Taking Kid and Family Photos Ever wonder why our covers look so good? This is because we have the best photographers who shoot for us. We also do a lot to get a great pic, especially with kids. I have personally done somersaults, worn silly hats, and begged and pleaded for…

30 Spring Activities for Kids

By Jean Van’t Hul for artfulparent.com It’s spring! The leaves are unfurling, the flowers are blooming, birds are building nests and gardens are growing. It’s time to get outside and enjoy the spring weather. It’s time to learn what we can from spring and nature and the world opening up around us. And it’s time to explore spring colors and themes…

The Top 10 Destinations For A Safari With Kids

By Cynthia Levy for thetravel.com Safari is a term used to refer to traveling and touring a national park, or reserve to see wild animals. It involves an adventurous experience in the wilderness where visitors can see wild animals in their natural environment. Safari is a term delivered from the Swahili language commonly used in East Africa. Safari tours are…

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‘Sesame Street’ Gets New Upscale Look for HBO Premiere

Source: Emily Steel, NY Times Big Bird’s nest has moved to a tree. Elmo has moved from an apartment into a brownstone. His best friend, Abby Cadabby, loves her new community garden. And while Oscar the Grouch still makes a trash can his home, he now pops up through an underground tunnel of connecting recycling and compost bins. Welcome to…

15 Whimsical Photos That Bring Kids’ Imaginations to Life

A child’s imagination is a powerful, wondrous thing. Photographer and mom of four Rhiannon Logsdon’s magical photo series breathes life into children’s dreams and imaginations. Working with her clients’ kids, as well as her own children, Logsdon asks her tiny subjects about their interests and asks them to act out fantasies, daydreams and other imaginary adventures. Then, she uses Photoshop to…