Top Tweets of the Week: Jan. 12-18

Aside from @MyStrangeFam with her amazing beach photo—where was that vacation destination?!—we’ve all been dealing with the winter weather lately. This means fun things, like sledding and skiing, and not-so-fun things, like being kept inside all day due to the cold. Fortunately, we have ways to make both options better: guides to winter sports and activities! Please don’t put that in your mouth. @ #MyStrangeFamily —... Read More

Top Tweets of the Week: Jan. 5-11

My parents live in the South, and they are enjoying a winter that is much, much warmer than ours on the East Coast. Every time I talk to my mother on the phone, she asks what I’m wearing, offering to send me fuzzy mittens, leather gloves, an embarrassing hat with bear ears I used to wear as a child, to help fend off the New York City chill. @TimFederle’s app idea would save me many a “Mom. I’m fine; I have like four layers... Read More

Top Tweets of the Week: Dec. 29-Jan. 4

Happy New Year! I hope you had a lovely, long holiday season. Have you made any resolutions for 2015? Mine include cutting back on online shopping and ordering fewer meals from Seamless. I also agree with many of the resolutions made by kids in @MommyNearest’s posts—I’ll definitely work on being less grumpy in the morning! Baby toes and @BabyLegs. Love. — Amiyrah Martin (@AmiyrahMartin) December 31, 2014 A... Read More

Top Tweets of the Week Dec. 8-14

The holiday spirit is all around us! Hanukkah beings tonight at sundown, and Christmas and Kwanzaa spread cheer next week. The season of snow officially starts when the winter solstice takes place on Sunday, but there’s no need to wait until then to start tackling this great to-d0 list of the best winter activities in the NY metro area—and don’t forget to share the cute photo ops on Twitter!   Harper’s morning shenanigans.... Read More

Top Tweets of the Week: Dec. 1-7

Rain, rain, why won’t you go away, and come again when spring is on its way? I don’t know about you, but it’s December, and that means the only precipitation I want to see is snow. Wet weather has been frequent recently, but rather than wallow in misery, I’ve been enjoying all the adorable rain-boots-and-puddle-jumping photos in my Twitter feed. After all, every cloud has a silver lining—and there have been a lot of clouds... Read More

Top Tweets of the Week Nov. 24-30

Welcome to December! Who else had a white Thanksgiving last week? You could have fooled me into thinking it was Christmas when I looked out the window in the morning from my brother’s house in Ohio where my family spent the holiday. I was thankful I didn’t have to shovel the driveway! Judging from your tweets, you all had wonderful Thanksgivings.   Braving the mall with my boy — Vera Sweeney (@VeraSweeney)... Read More

Top Tweets of the Week Nov. 17-23

I’m so thankful that Thanksgiving is this week! I’m heading to the snowy Midwest for family festivities—and lots of deep-fried turkey and my mother’s classic cranberry relish recipe. What are your holiday plans? If they involve traveling, keep the “Are we there yet?”s to a minimum with these tips to stop backseat whining. If you’re sticking around the NY metro area, check out our calendar for fun events and activities.... Read More

Top Tweets of the Week: Nov. 10-16

As we move through the second half of November, our thoughts start to make the shift toward winter. We welcome the first fall of precipitation that turns our world into a magical snow globe; we swap our rollerblades and bicycles for ice skates; we start making holiday wish lists. But don’t get too far ahead of the season—we still get to celebrate Thanksgiving next week. Try a few of these DIY crafts, games, and charitable activities to create... Read More

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