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Jeannine C

Jeannine C
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May 2013

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Hometown:

Staten Island

My favorite website:

highchairsandheadaches.com

My favorite children's book:

Harriet the Spy; The Secret Garden

My favorite children's movie:

The Little Mermaid; Cars

My favorite kid friendly place or activity:

Pumpkin picking and carving in the fall!

My favorite Sesame Street character:

Super Grover and Abby Cadabby

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Go Pumpkin Picking Near NYC  
There are tons of awesome things for kids to do around New York City in the fall, but with a population of over eight million people there isn’t really much room for spacious farms and pumpkin patches. However, autumn and Halloween-lovers need not fret; there are plenty of great places just outside the city where you and your family can hitch a hayride to the perfect pumpkin all season long. Read more
Haunted Halloween Happenings: 20 Family Friendly Events  
Now that fall is officially in full swing, Halloween is on everyone’s mind. Parents are already purchasing costumes for the kids, breaking out the skeleton decorations, and planning daytrips to the pumpkin patch. There’s always a ton of cool stuff going on throughout October in New York City for the whole family to enjoy, so check out our roundup of family-friendly Halloween events this month. Read more
Carousels, Kiddie Rides, and More: Summer Amusement Park Fun in New York City  
Ask any kid to tell you their favorite part of summer, and there’s a good chance they’ll joyfully exclaim “going on rides!” Anything that spins, zips, flips, glides, soars, swings, or zooms is likely to draw even the most timid child in. Although there are some great amusement parks in New York City’s neighboring states and towns, you don’t need to travel very far to find fun rides for the kids. Here’s a roundup of awesome amusement parks and carousels right here in New York City that you can visit all summer long. Read more
Spring Break Where to Go and What to Do  
Spring Break is fast approaching and it’s time to decide how your family will be spending it. At a pretty lengthy 11 days long, you’ll need to keep the kids as busy as possible over the break. But you live in New York City, so luckily that’s never a problem. With festivals, museums, carnivals, shows and much more, the only problem you might have will be deciding what to do first! Here’s our roundup of things to do this Spring Break. Read more
A Guide to Staten Island Summer Day Camps  
It’s official, Staten Island. You’ve finally made it through the worst winter in recent history. It’s time to start putting away the snow shovels and puffy jackets, because sunny days and warmer weather are on the horizon. And believe it or not, it’s time to start planning for summer! Read more
Sweet and Sticky Day Trips: Where to Get Your Maple Syrup Fix Near NYC  
It’s every pancake-lovers' favorite time of the year: maple sugaring season. Maple sugaring is the process of tapping maple trees to collect sap and boiling that sap down to create pure maple syrup. It’s a very natural and interesting process, and syrup fans flock to maple-friendly states like New York and Vermont at the end of each winter just to take part in it. Read more
Two-Hour Drive or Less: Best Winter Mini-Vacation Spots near NYC  
Tourists may flock to New York City all year long, but New Yorkers need vacations too. With school still in session and inclement weather always a looming possibility, it’s hard to plan more than a few days away during the frosty winter months. But that’s no reason to hold off on digging out of the snow and spending a weekend away. There are plenty of great vacation spots less than a couple of hours away where you and your family can recharge your batteries and have some much needed midwinter fun. Whether you’re looking to hit the slopes with the kids or maybe throw on a bathing suit and pretend it’s 85 degrees and sunny, you’ll find the right place for your family in our roundup of the best winter family vacation spots near the city. Read more
Mid-Winter Break Camp Options in NYC  
Although it seems like we’ll never get a break from the snow and ice, there’s still a break for the kids coming up...from school. And if you’re looking to keep them busy while you’re at work, or you just want them to have a little fun during their week off, then a holiday camp might be the solution for you. Whether your child is into sports, museums, acting, movies, ice skating, cooking, animals, or art, we’ve got you covered on the perfect camp for the mid-winter break. Read more
Valentine’s Day Events Your Kids Will Love  
Roses are red, violets are blue, Valentine’s Day is here, what are you planning to do? If you’re looking to share it with the little sweethearts in your life, then we have a few ideas for you! Check out our roundup of upcoming kid-friendly Valentine’s Day events around NYC. Read more
Eight Ways to Keep Kids Healthy During Cold and Flu Season  
It seems like the cold and flu season gets worse every year. Last year’s flu season was so bad here in New York that the governor declared it a state health emergency, citing record-breaking numbers of epidemic proportions. Statistics aside, no one wants their children to be sick—even with just a cold. But since kids seem to trade viruses as often as they trade snacks at recess, many parents find themselves in and out of the doctor’s office with their little guys all winter long. Read more
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Kiddie Palooza

4878 Arthur Kill Rd (Btwn Richmond Pkwy & Richmond Valley Rd)

Staten Island, NY 10309

(718) 948-9009

Neighborhood: Charleston

May 15, 2013
Great for private parties. Very clean.