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Perfect Mother’s Day Gift: Dillon Rogers Jewelry

May 2, 2014 Shop

I remember the first personalized baby gift that arrived after my daughter was born: a silver baby cup with her initials engraved on it. It meant so much to me seeing her initials etched into the shiny surface, as if it made her existence somehow more real. I have since found a modern version equivalent […]

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The Annenberg Community Beach House’s 5th Anniversary Celebration

April 17, 2014 Play

This is one of my favorite spots in LA for families. The Annenberg Community Beach House is gorgeously situated along side the Pacific ocean, and I just received this press release. “On Saturday, April 26 and Sunday, April 27, the City of Santa Monica will celebrate the 5th Anniversary of the Annenberg Community Beach House, […]

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Schoola – a new way to raise money for your school and save on kids’ clothes

March 18, 2014 Uncategorized

Here’s a multifaceted way to help parents save money, clean their closets and raise  money for their schools. We all know how expensive shopping for growing kids can be , buying  gently used clothes is a great way to save. Not only does Schoola sell gently used clothes, but the way they collect their inventory […]

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Snow Day at the LA Zoo

February 15, 2014 Play

This is a fun idea for a cool winter family outing during this hot weather. It will soon be snowing at the LA Zoo next weekend.  This just in from my Zoo sources: Winter is in the air—and on the ground! For two days in February, the Zoo’s black bear and tiger will have their habitats transformed […]

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True Pablove’s Valentine’s Family Event, February 9th

February 6, 2014 Play

The Pablove Foundation’s Anual Family Valentine’s Celebration is taking place this weekend but you can still book your tickets. This day of family friendly crafting, music, food, and fun is so dear to my heart, and is one of Los Angeles’ most heartfelt, and fun filled events. Pablo Castalez was a pre-school classmate of my children. […]

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Cabrillo Whale Watch

January 30, 2014 Uncategorized

It’s easy to get stuck in the carpool lane and forget that there is a big ocean right nearby. The next few months are a great time to see some Pacific grey whales migrating off the California Coast. We had great luck one morning when the kids were smaller actually seeing a whale leap through […]

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Big Sunday family friendly community service events

January 9, 2014 Play

Big Sunday is an LA tradition that my kids always loved being a part of. If you are not familiar with Big Sunday’s mission this is non profit whose purpose is to build community through community service. It is never too early for kids to think about how they can give to others. Here are […]

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Outdoor Ice Skating in Santa Monica at ICE

November 16, 2013 Play

If you are looking for something fun to do as you are winding up to the holidays, ice skating at ICE in Santa Monica is such a terrific family outing. I am a lousy skater, but it doesn’t matter. The rink is small and cozy and you can rent skates right there. The kids will […]

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Multi Media Dance at Redcat Theatre Downtown this weekend!

November 9, 2013 Play

Here’s a review from guest blogger, director and acting coach,  Loren Chadima: A great date night of multimedia dance at the Redcat Theatre Downtown LA.  “Last night my husband and I were treated to a compelling evening of dance theatre.  Gregory Maqoma/Vuyani Dance theatre: Exit/Exist is this weekend November 7 – 10 at the Redcat […]

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TIP: Halloween candy – what to do with it, or the switch witch

November 4, 2013 Tips

There is nothing cuter than little children dressed in costumes. The thrill they feel trick or treating, pressing doorbells, and receiving CANDY to stash in their little pumpkin bags is so delicious to watch. The problem is, we seem to collect more and more candy every year. We STILL have loads of candy at our […]

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