225’s guide to dining, cooking and adventuring with kids

The new Pinspiration studio offers kids immersive, art-driven experiences


Boredom Busters: Local parenting writer Tricia Raney shares some of her family’s favorite pandemic-safe activities to try around town


Knocking at your door: The Knock Knock Children’s Museum has been closed since last March. But it hasn’t been a lost year, thanks to continuing programs and preparations for brighter days ahead


What’s eating Lil Foodiez?: A lot. But here are the pint-sized food Instagrammers’ top picks.


How Two Little Boys’ styles are inspiring their classmates–and kids all over the country


A Kid’s Place is in the Kitchen: Tips for cooking at home


Cute Chaos: Sometimes, the best way to decorate a kid’s room is to let them make it their own


How a kid-run business can make its way toward becoming a household brand


The Right (Head) Space: Completed during the pandemic, Studyville keeps remote learning top of mind 


The secrets to nailing that family holiday card photo shoot


This article was originally published in the April 2021 issue of 225 magazine.