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Quick Guide to the American History Museum…with Kids

For most families, even those with museum fever, the sheer logistics of a trip can be hard to overcome. I’ve been keeping a running list on Your Family Adventures in Washington, D.C. of stroller access and good places to feed/change … Continue reading

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When it’s “Too Nice Out” to Go to a Museum

Too often, people think of museums as a “rainy day activity,” something you save for when there are no better options. That couldn’t be farther from the truth! While I agree that some days are just too beautiful to be … Continue reading

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It Really is the Little Things

I love that more museums are incorporating families into their exhibit and program planning. It is really exciting that babies and toddlers are becoming less of an “oddity” to see in the museums. However, in the excitement of creating new … Continue reading

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Museum-ing with Multiple

Right now when I got to the museum, I’ve still got a one-to-one ratio.  One son + one parent = odds pretty well in my favor. If it is a weekend and my husband is with me, that is a … Continue reading

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Eureaka! Science in the Bathtub

Science can happen anywhere!  For caregivers with infants and toddlers you learn quickly to grab any chance you have to help your child explore and learn about the world.  In fact, if you look closely at your day you’ll find … Continue reading

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Babies in Museums…Do They Belong?

Every new parent has their own hurdles to overcome.  For some, it is the sleep deprivation.  For others, it is figuring out the rhythm of this little person that depends on you.  For me, I struggled with feeling isolated from … Continue reading

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Museum Visit Packing List

One of the universal truths of having young kids is that you don’t travel light anymore. Even an overnight trip requires jamming the trunk full with the portable crib, stroller, diapers, and MAYBE a small duffel of clothes for the … Continue reading

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