It's amazing how much smiles can brighten our day. That's why the Bay Area's Image Orthodontics is partnered with the non-profit organization Smile for a Lifetime Foundation; they believe everyone deserves to have their very own gorgeous smile to inspire hope and self-confidence, regardless of their economic state.
Get your shoulders prepped – a parade is coming to town, and chances are good that your little ones are gonna want a good seat for all the action. In San Francisco, the Southwest Airlines Chinese New Year Parade is to Chinese New Year what fireworks are to the 4th of July. A tradition in the city since the 1860s, the parade is one of the largest in the world, and a wonderful way to welcome the Year of the Dragon this February 11th. Besides, when’s the last time you took the kids to an evening parade to see the streets lit up with floats, dancers, and marching bands? Here’s the scoop on how to get a great view of the 250-foot-long Golden Dragon and have the most fun at the parade.
This is our weekly guest-blog post from the moms behind Red Tricycle, a site that focuses on the "lighter side" of parenting. Every week, they'll be bringing us their picks of stuff to do around the Bay Area with kids.
Now that you've decided between turkey or tofurkey, candied yams or sweet potatoes, and pecan versus pumpkin pie, all you have left to figure out is what to do with the kids on their 4 days weekend.