This post was originally published in 2018. It is updated yearly with the most up-to-date information for Boston-area families, but please be sure to check each individual website for information before visiting.  As soon as the warm weather is here...
Twenty years ago, I set my sights on moving to Boston because it was such a great sports city — and that was even before the Red Sox won the World Series. In the years since, not only have...
I was born and raised in the Boston area, and my mother always filled our weekends with activities and outings. So I have brought a bit of that into my own parenting! Plus, as a preschool teacher in Boston,...
With the exception of new restaurants opened in the last few years, I have been to almost every restaurant in the North End! For those not familiar with this lovely Boston neighborhood, it has a fascinating history as the...
When people ask me what my favorite thing about living in Boston is, one of my top answers is always “the history!” Living in Greater Boston is like participating in a giant history lesson. Everywhere you turn there are...
As a higher education administrator for the last 15 years, you could say I am pretty familiar with the colleges and universities in and around the Boston area. We are lucky to have so many amazing post-secondary institutions in...
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I’ve lived in New England my entire life, and let me tell you, I’ve never met a lobster roll or an oyster I didn’t like. Maybe I’m biased, but I believe there’s something uniquely special about New England food,...
Hi there! I am a former brewery worker and Pink Boots Society member. I hope my love for craft beer is one you will share when you visit some fun local spots in Boston and around the Greater Boston...
A CharlieCard: Planning to take the T? Make sure you have a CharlieCard handy for each adult passenger. CharlieCards can be purchased at most T stations. Children under the age of 11 ride free with an adult. A...
Forget what you've heard — Boston is one of the easiest cities to navigate on public transportation! As Boston moms ourselves, we've compiled this list of our top tips for riding the MBTA subway (or, as we affectionately call...
As busy moms ourselves, we know that deciding where to stay when visiting Boston is SUPER important. What are the best hotels for your family? Which are ideal for a girls' trip or a romantic weekend away? Where should...
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