These are the sponsors that keep our kids in soccer and guitar lessons. They make the East Bay friendly for families and we love ’em.
How many times would I have to go to Fairyland to pay off a membership? Is it worth it?
Experience gifts are memorable, magical, and clutter-free. We love to give tickets and memberships as holiday gifts. Need ideas?
Summon a doctor to your home in about two hours, and take care of immunizations, well-checks, and urgent care issues.
Picante ended their popular curbside pickup service in favor of brief parking and running in. Good but not as good. Apparently this is safer.
Did your kiddo get way too much candy? Halloween candy buybacks are big business. Here are a few we know about in the East Bay.
So many great places to swim in the East Bay: seasonal pools, indoor water parks, beaches, lagoons, spraygrounds, you name it!
Here’s where to buy costumes and get the materials to make them yourself in the East Bay.
Volunteering with kids doesn’t have to be hard. Plant a tree, donate diapers, make a super hero cape, pick up litter, collect books, cut your hair…
One of our favorite family photographers, Melissa from Icarian, is offering Capturing Childhood photo workshops to find the art in everyday experiences.
Apple-picking keeps getting trickier. Here are a few U-pick options and Bay Area apple orchards that’ll do the work for you. Always, call first!
If you’ve just moved to Berkeley, Oakland, or some other part of the East Bay, let us welcome with links to resources, outings and activities for kids.
Receive $50 for a one-hour interview to help Cal improve parenting information through its UC Berkeley School of Public Health.
Uh oh. Camp season is over but school hasn’t started everywhere. Some of these day camps go past mid-August, some into September. Hooray!
Driving I-5 down the center of California is a fairly joyless journey. I offer some tips, restaurants & diversions for enduring a day in the car with kids.