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Paris might be our favorite place to travel to as a family–we’ve been going there since our daughter Clara was a toddler–and are lucky enough to have work bring us there regularly. So last year when the mapmakers at Herb Lester asked me to make a map for families, I was so pleased to have […]


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I had the good fortune to be in Paris over New Years, and I found myself in the unlikely position of hosting a meal for thirteen people in our rental apartment. Ok, six adults and seven kids, but still! It proved to be the perfect opportunity to sample the food secret all French women already […]


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I’ve been wanting to do a post on Paris for ever. It’s my hometown after all, and although I have not lived there in almost 20 years (20!!), I know it inside out because I love it. And I hate it. Isn’t it always like this when we’re in love? Paris est tout petit pour […]


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We are so taken with Paris En Famille–a brand new new family focused map/guide to Paris from Herb Lester Associates–and so very proud of Momfilter’s own Yolanda Edwards for writing it (we knew she wouldn’t toot her own horn, so we decided to commandeer the site and do it for her!). Click here to read […]


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On a recent trip to France, we had marshmallows in a way that totally made us rethink them–beyond hot chocolate and s’mores. First we had them at a restaurant where they were on display in the center of the room, and they served them from the jar, table-side, cut to order. Then we had them […]


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We saw this high chair at a Laduree tea shop in Paris. How amazing is it?! We’ve never seen anything like it. If you find yourself with a little one in Paris, it’s well worth the pricey but delicious tea and treats to sit in such a lovely room, especially when you know they have […]


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Bonton is a kids “superstore” in Paris, which always has the most clever (and often simple) ideas in their displays. I love the metallic accordion balls they had hanging down in one window this year, and the snowflake window they did two years ago. You can buy the metallic balls for $13 a dozen, although […]


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