How To Get A Baby To Sleep In The City
If it’s any consolation, cities are basically one giant white noise machine.
I Moved To The Burbs & Back to the City
A raw account of why burb life was not the right move for one city mom.
Dad Tips For Brunching With Babies
Dining with toddlers is no joke. See how the Citykin dad co-founders navigate brunch, beer and a bevy of toddlers. #bowdown
City parents around the world
It’s the photo that made the world collectively take a breath. What shouldn’t be jarring in 2019 actually was.. Seeing Meghan’s mom -a proud black woman- standing next to Queen Elizabeth who represents the most exclusive white member’s club in the world was a beautiful sight to behold. Our own Dallia reflects on why baby Archie is the most important royal baby yet.
People who live in expensive cities wait the longest on average to start a family, making infertility an issue that disproportionally affects city communities. One dad reached out anonymously to Citykin to share his story, bringing up issues on why the issue is still a silent one and how dads are often left out of the support systems.
How would you feel if strangers on the street came up and touched your child’s hair? This was the reality one family experienced until they felt driven to chop off their son’s gorgeous curls. This powerful essay from a London mom who is in a mixed race marriage opens up why touching her son’s hair has a deeper, more disturbing connotation and she wants to start talking about it.
Cities are full of lights, sounds and people at all hours. Combine that with small spaces, paper thin walls and a lot of tiny humans in one living area, getting your baby to sleep is all but a Herculean task. Two former A-lister professional nannies dish out their top tips for getting your baby to sleep. zzzzzzzzz (we can dream it already.)
March Madness, wings, beer, bars and tiny humans. One of those things doesn’t belong…(we’re more of a nacho platter crew here at Citykin.) Watching ALL the games and bringing your kids along doesn’t need to be a horrible experience. Here’s how to March Madness with your tiny human squad.
Small apartments, thin walls, fake walls, shared bedrooms, nosey neighbors. Sex in the city can seem all but impossible sometimes. Citykin gathered some tips to help improve your sex life in cramped quarters.
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