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Washington’s car seat law has changed in 2020 to keep children under 4-feet-9 or 13 years old in a booster.
Maybe that daily spoonful of elderberry syrup is helping this mom ward off the flu. Or maybe not.
Santa photos, personalized cards and matching family pajamas are making the holiday extra expensive.
She doesn’t remember much Latin, but she does remember Mr. Stansell, one of her favorite teachers.
It’s also pretty easy — assuming your computer doesn’t crash, the world doesn’t explode, etc.
Not only is it a gentle workout on your knees, but it’s also fun to do the rocking horse to ’80s music.
Brown paper packages tied up with string are cheap and recyclable — one of her favorite things.
If we want teens to grow up strong, then they need deep roots in a family that loves them.
Step 1: Wash your hands. Step 2: Don’t touch anything. Step 3: Wash your hands again.
A bottle of cheap booze and a microfiber cloth work wonders, especially if you’re sensitive to fragrances.
She did all she could to turn their house into the one trick-or-treaters would gossip about.
Yes, it’s probably too late for sequins. But she loves lacing up her jazz shoes each Monday for class.
She told her family she’d never buy the Halloween treats again. But she couldn’t help herself.
Her son is only 14, and yet this mother already knows she better not take his presence for granted.
Glamp, the annual fundraiser for Girl Scouts of Western Washington, raised $304,133 for camperships.
The third-generation dairy farmer near Ferndale is the founder of the popular Facebook page Farmer Girl.
The USDA’s guidelines don’t account for potential allergens like dairy, bread and eggs.
The MyPlate on My Budget challenge kept this family on a thrifty budget and at healthy weights.
The USDA Food Plan considers potatoes, corn and frozen juice concentrate as produce.
The goal: Spend no more than $158.30 at Fred Meyer on a week’s worth of food for a family of four.