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Top 40: Denver's Best Museum Exhibits in 2021

Denver’s cultural scene is ready to thrive again, as are we all! Denver is hosting some fabulous museum exhibits–some in-person, some virtual and some are family-friendly. Check out this list below and be sure to check with the venue prior to visiting in case reservations are required.  Don’t miss Denver’s best museums for kids (and […]

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Denver's Best New Playgrounds for 2021

Bye-bye pandemic, hello playtime!   With COVID-19 rapidly disappearing in the rearview mirror, playgrounds in metro Denver have fully reopened. The “closed” signs and the caution tape have gone away and spring has finally arrived. What better time to check out some of the Denver metro area’s newest playgrounds? Parks & rec departments have not […]

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April Fool's Day pranks Denver kids will love to hate

April Fool’s Day is almost here. Last year during the height of the pandemic when we were in homeschooling toilet-paper-shortage lockdown, I recruited my friends to text my kids, asking them about their toilet paper crafting company. At first, they were understandably confused but after a while, they started to see the humor in it […]

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10 tips for hiking with babies in Denver

I started hiking with my kids when they were six weeks old with a mom hiking group in Denver. Not only was it an amazing way to connect with other moms, but my kids developed a love of the outdoors from an early age. I was able to continue carrying them until they were almost […]

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Denver's best hikes for families

If you’re an avid hiker, instilling a love of hiking may take a wee bit of time so we’re here to share Denver’s best family-friendly hikes. I started hiking with my kids when they were six weeks old. When they were in the backpack, they were literally along for the ride. Once they became toddlers, […]

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