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Originally printed in the pages of Simply Family Magazine’s April 2017 issue. Never miss an issue, check out SFM’s digital editions, here!  by Hannah Luedt Over the last year, The Art of Play (605 North 24th St W #1) has been providing the community with child development experiences. Owners Jessica Tuck and Jennifer…(Read More)

Oh, the dreaded toddler tantrum. Bless our sweet little mama (and daddy) hearts. One minute little Johnny Junior is as happy as can be — and then in the blink of an eye, he’s on the floor howling and screaming and pounding his chubby little fists as if all you-know-what had broken loose…(Read More)

One of Montana’s greatest features is its breathtaking abundance of outdoor activity. As the weather turns warmer and drier, parents begin to seek refuge from the monotony of being cooped up indoors and children are desperate for sunshine and exploration. Hiking is a healthy, inexpensive, and convenient option for many families, even those with…(Read More)

My adorable, precious little 3 year old daughter is the love of my life. She’s smart, funny, energetic, and a total kleptomaniac. We were  over at one of our friend’s house the other day, hanging out in their family room, which happens to be piled with three generations worth of toys. My kid…(Read More)

“It’s never too early for a play date for a child, even an infant,” says Jenn Berman, PhD, author of The A to Z Guide to Raising Happy, Confident Kids. “Babies are fascinated by other babies, and any new stimulation is really good for brain development. Even looking at another child, touching hands, and…(Read More)