Maybe you’re trying to get your kids to play in the yard more during quarantine, maybe you got bored and tried to sift through some stuff in the garage, or maybe you’ve been trying unsuccessfully to rehome them for a while, but either way, one thing is true – kids can outgrow stuff awful […]

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  Even as many states start slowly easing up on their COVID-19 restrictions, you may find that it’s still kind of hard for your family to go do stuff – and that goes double if you have younger kids. While the CDC says children aren’t at any higher risk of catching COVID-19 than adults, the […]

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  Even as the actual official “quarantines” seem to be over with, going out these days seems to be a…mixed bag. Understandably so, a lot of things we used to do have either been made more difficult, or simply aren’t happening right now due to coronavirus, and as a result many people are still electing […]

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  As various states begin to ease restrictions as they see the number of coronavirus cases decrease, you might find yourself asking: am I ready to have company over again?  A lot of us probably got a touch of cabin fever during quarantine, and with the weather warming up, you’ve likely given a bit of […]

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  When word of the first round of coronavirus quarantines started to hit, we were all guilty of a little panic buying. Some of it, in hindsight, maybe turned out to be a little silly – did we really need all that toilet paper right then and there? – but some of it was probably […]

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  Even these days, when it feels like maybe the quarantine is finally over, a lot of us are eating out less than we used to. Maybe it’s for sanitary reasons, maybe it’s because you prefer making our own menu at home (which can come in handy for you vegans and vegetarians), or maybe you’ve […]

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  While it may have seemed unthinkable within the last few months, it actually looks like a few places are starting to open back up. Parks, restaurants, even movie theaters – it’s weird how excited we all are to go back to the places we used to take for granted. Perhaps less exciting among these […]

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