Children’s activities

Kids Cooking Class at Nonna Beppa Soho – Single Mum, Parents Article

“I wish we could get one of those things for our house!” This was Aiden, referring to a pasta maker. The crew and I attended a Kids Cooking Class this past weekend at Nonna Beppa, an authentic Italian restaurant in Soho, and let me tell you, the restaurant is the truth! Not only are the majority of ingredients at Nonna Beppa imported straight from Italy (think cured meats and many cheeses), but the Kids Cooking Class is a Pasta-Making Class.…

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Kids Pizza Making Class at Rossopomodoro – Single Mum, Parents Article

“Okay… so let’s talk about what we liked and what we would change about the class.” This was Aiden, as we walked down 14th Street after our hour-long pizza-making — and pizza eating! — class at Rossopomodoro this past weekend. The boys and I were invited to a Kids Pizza Making Class at Rossopomodoro, a rustic-chic Italian restaurant in the West Village. Upon our arrival, the kids were greeting with an apron, a chef hat, and a rolling pin to gear…

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Air Play at The New Victory Theater – Single Mum, Parents Article

photo courtesy of The New Victory Theater If balloons and bubbles are your kids’ things, then Air Play might be too. Last weekend, Aiden and I spent 60-minutes giggling and laughing as we checked out the show at The New Victory Theater. We haven’t been to the super cool children’s theater in a few months and we were totally surprised when we saw that the theater got a little nip/tuck. Not only are the renovations on the upper level sleek,…

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Hey Duggee! A (Not) Adoption Story – Foster Parents Article

“MOM! An elephant adopted an alligator! You have to see!” I am amused, walking toward the living room. Then I am amazed. There on the screen is an elephant in a car with an alligator. We are watching NickJr’s new animated show Hey Duggee! The show is about a big dog named Duggee, a troop leader for the Squirrel Club. The Squirrel Club Members are Tag, a rhino, Norrie, a mouse, Roly, a hippo, Betty an octopus, and Happy the…

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