We are grateful for the sponsors of this guide: Hagen Bergstrom and Kelly Kelley. Both of these teams are experts for this area. Please be sure to check out thorough details about their practices below. We are thankful for their...
We are incredibly lucky to live in Washington DC, an area that values the arts and actively nurtures a strong, vibrant arts community. Now, more than ever, it's important that we pause to listen and to learn from our...
We are grateful for the sponsors of this guide: Sheena Saydham, Vassar Broermann Group, and Kelly Kelley with Compass Real Estate. Each of these teams are experts for this area. Please be sure to check out thorough details about their practices...
Father's Day is right around the corner! And for many of us (myself included), the pressures and stresses of the past few months - the pandemic and social justice issues to name two - have pushed it to the...
Spring and summer are finally here! COVID-19 may be keeping us away from a lot of our summer fun, we can still enjoy area farms that offer produce, markets, and farm fun. Farms with a 🍓emoji have u-pick produce...
When I went back to work this year after a 5 year SAHM hiatus, I found myself in a new position: working remotely with a flexible schedule. What a dream! I immediately began plotting where I would spend my...
I recently took two of my kids (ages 3 and 4) to a Tinkergarten class and I could not wait to share our experience with local moms. Not being familiar with Tinkergarten and their program, I was really excited...
There is so much to celebrate in March! Spring is coming, so flowers will are beginning to bloom. This includes the area's illustrious cherry blossoms (their peak bloom will be announced by the National Park Service in early March)....
"Frederick Douglass!" my son exclaimed excitedly, pointing his tiny finger at an abstract painting. We were at Simple Bar, a local restaurant with really great art (and food) in our Brightwood neighborhood.  My husband and I looked at each other...
The Smithsonian Museums are at the top of the list for many families with kids in Washington, D.C. and for good reason! I love going to the museums (especially the National Museum of American History) with my kids because...
There's been a lot of chatter recently about the upcoming election. Those of us who live in the District—whether we're into politics or not—can't avoid it. We also can't avoid talking to our children about the presidency and its...
Whether you are looking to explore the outdoors, discover a nearby winery, or check out a historic site, Washington, D.C. is a short drive from some truly fabulous destinations! This past November, my family decided to spend Veterans Day...
Due to COVID-19, several camps have been canceled or are delayed. Please check with camps for updated dates. Thank you! Summer will be here before we know it, so NOW is the time to find a summer camp for your...
We are grateful for Bright Horizons who is sponsoring our February Guide. Learn about what they are up to and how you can join them! There’s so much happening at Bright Horizons Early Education and Preschool centers in the DC...

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This summer has looked different than any other summer in our lives. Health and safety concerns in our communities have caused most typical summer...