Protecting our children from hard conversations about race is actively aiding and abetting white supremacy. We can’t afford to stay complicit.
This is going to go great, I swear! Here are six tips to get you started.
What should you do about a baby’s pronouns, how do you and your girlfriend both propose to each other, and how do you stop holding a candle for an idealized past? Come on in!
You could spend your afternoon making an advent calendar on this very first day of December!
Lindsay Amer is the cool Queer Big Sister you wish you had when you were a wee tot and she’s changing the landscape of kid-friendly content for ages 3-7.
When it comes to playdough, you can really never go wrong with adding more food coloring into the equation.
Now that back to school sales are in full swing, it’s hard to look through clothing catalogs without becoming irate. Here are some retailers that don’t think your kids are damsels in distress.
If you are an NYC-based transgender or genderqueer parent, parent-to-be, or wannabe parent, you should go to this FREE workshop!
Vanessa’s Team Pick: As a Jewish lesbian with hopes and dreams of one day becoming a mom, I feel that it is my duty to tell you that the very first LGBT-inclusive Jewish children’s book in English finally exists!
Zines for gender-neutral kids, unschooling kids, kids and their parents, and totally Wild Children. BAM.
Easy Bake Ovens don’t need to be gendered anymore than Lego does. Sidestep the stereotypes this season.
Vanessa’s Team Pick: Give your future child the hipstery indie DIY name they so richly deserve.
“There is no Parenting Trans Kids 101 textbook. All there is is showing up to class.”
Laneia’s Team Pick: Trader Joe’s Spotlight Cheese for February is a Chocolate Cheddar situation. I’m finally ready to talk about it.
I don’t know why we haven’t done this already.
You may soon find yourself in charge of or surrounded by one or more children. They may even be expecting gifts. This will help.
The joys of child labor and indentured servitude.
You can either make your own coffee seven days a week, or you can teach your kids how to do it for you.
In which this is not a mommy blog and we talk about how to live with kids without becoming a crazy person. This week’s specialty: toys!