Is it selfish to raise kids in the city?
Is an impromptu Questlove concert reason enough to keep raising kids in the city? Spoiler Alert: yes
A Day In the Life Of a Brooklyn Family
What do you do when you it’s Saturday and you live in Brooklyn? ALLLLL THE THINGS.
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
Citykin co-founders Patrice and Olly take you along on what a typical day looks like for them raising two young boys in Brooklyn. Some of their friends ask them on the regular, “CAN YOU CHILL THE F&%^& OUT AND SIT.” But the answer is always….no. They live in Brooklyn. So many things to do, so little time to do it. Enjoy!
Its warming up… spring has sprung… but all I can think about is my favorite dark pub four blocks from my house where I will be hunkering down in late March... You Americans may secretly pine for our royals, accents (admit it) and our proximity to Europe, but for me, March Madness is something to be very proud of.
Citykin asked a bunch of actual Irish parents what they really thought about how Americans celebrate? bastardize? their great National Irish Holiday. We got a barrage of responses that range from hilarious to actual humbleness that Americans are psycho fans of their wee country.
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.
It hit MINUS 50 in Chicago this week (COLDER than Antarctica. Read: WHAT IN THE ACTUAL F.) Is that even a temperature? We were inspired and simultaneously terrified so we compiled a list called the "Polar Vortex Swearby Guide." STAY WARM and STAY CALM (when putting on kid boots.)
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