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PJ Feinstein

PJ Feinstein is the managing editor of Washington FAMILY. When she's not reporting, writing or editing, she's schlepping her two sons to their after-school activities or walking the family dog around the neighborhood. Despite being chronically sleep-deprived, she can't stop binge-watching TV and scrolling through her social media feeds late at night.

35+ Free Online Resources for Parents Homeschooling Their Kids Ideas, activities, lesson plans & more from local and national sites

Free online Resources for Parents Homeschooling Their Kids During the Coronavirus Pandemic

We know that balancing working from home and working to ensure your children are still learning, active and engaged is not going to be easy. But as parents, we can rise to the challenge. To help you navigate this unprecedented time, we’ve rounded up more than 35 free online resources …

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Family-Friendly Things to Do Around D.C. This Weekend (Mar 12-15) St. Patrick's Day celebrations, a museum reopening, a magic show & more

Family-Friendly Things to Do Around D.C. This Weekend Includes a Visit to the Reopened National Building Museum

We know it’s been a stressful week, but hang in there—it’s almost the weekend, and there are plenty of family-friendly things to do! Go fly a kite on the National Mall, catch a modern musical featuring music by The Go-Go’s, or take a trip to the The National Building Museum, …

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Family-Friendly Things to Do Around D.C. This Weekend (March 5-8) A hip-hop musical, a tween book signing, a maker morning & more

"Zomo the Rabbit" at Imagination Stage is just one of the family-friendly things to do around D.C. this weekend

The play’s the thing this weekend! Teens will be mesmerized by the high-octane dancing of “Bandstand,” featuring actors who play their own instruments, while “The Three Musketeers” and “Zomo the Rabbit” offer exciting adventures for younger audiences. Other family-friendly things to do around D.C. include a lesson in frogs and …

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Mom Life: Suann Song The Appointed Founder/Creative Director and Mom of Two on Staying Organized, Family Travel and the Perfect Workout

Meet Suann Song, the founder and creative director of Appointed and mother two | Washington FAMILY

Meet Suann Song, the founder and creative director of Appointed in Ivy City, DC. The busy entrepreneur lives Chevy Case, Maryland, where she and her husband, Eugene Hong, are raising a 13-year-old son, Ike, and a two-year-old daughter, Novie. What do you love about the work you do? I’m so …

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Hand-washing 101 For Kids With the flu still going around—and coronavirus fears growing—now's the time to teach your children how to properly wash their hands

Hand-washing tips for kids

If you ask my kindergartner about pink eye, he’ll tell you that it’s caused by touching your butt and then touching your eye. It’s graphic, I know, but it turns out there’s some truth to his disgusting explanation. “Pink eye is caused by a virus same as viruses that cause …

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