May 08, 2017

Looking for tips on things to do in New York City with kids? New York is not a city you’d usually associate with being a holiday destination for young children. When I moved to the city, four months pregnant, I was similarly unsure of whether having and raising a kid in such a busy place was a good idea or not.

It came as a happy surprise to discover how an entirely different side of the city opened up to its smallest residents and tiny visitors alike.

The once big bad New York City is now home to many young families, which has made it a wonderful destination to travel to with kids of any age.

I’ve put together some tips to help you get around town, gathered from the adventures my daughter and I had while living in NYC.

While many of us start our days with a bowl of cereal, Swift puts a little more effort into her mornings, making buckwheat pancakes topped with ham, Parm, and a fried egg, she tells Bon Appetit. She also downs a glass of OJ every day.

When Swift does have cereal, she does so with swagger, eating a bowlful alongside.

Granted, Tay Tay's diet may have changed consider since she spoke to WebMD at 20, but it remains the story.

She Keeps It Healthy Monday Through Friday.

On weekends, she cuts herself some slack: "Iallow myself to eat what common sense tells me is bad for me.

Sometimes she takes her comfort food on the healthy-ish side. People reports she enjoyed a gluten-free.

She's Down With the Barefoot Contessa.

Swift's a serious Ina Garten fan and calls Garten's mustard-roasted fish one of her favorite recipes. (It's an ideal weeknight dinner;

She's also made the Barefoot Contessa's flag cake for the past two years on the Fourth of July, so clearly, that recipe's a winner too.

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Back in the day, Swift downed a skinny vanilla latte Mondays through Fridays, and in the fall, her splurge-y weekend drink of choice is a pumpkin spice latte.

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She still drinks coffee from time to time—as evidenced by her Instagram there's no .

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She still drinks coffee from time to time—as evidenced by her Instagram posts—but there's no. Relieves puffiness, and diminishes the appearance of fine lines. Win, win, win.

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The Korean sheet mask craze has taken the U.S. by storm, and shows no signs of slowing down.

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She still drinks coffee from time to time—as evidenced by her Instagram posts—but there's no. Relieves puffiness, and diminishes the appearance of fine lines. Win, win, win.

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The Korean sheet mask craze has taken the U.S. by storm, and shows no signs of slowing down.

Looking for tips on things to do in New York City with kids? New York is not a city you’d usually associate with being a holiday destination for young children. When I moved to the city, four months pregnant, I was similarly unsure of whether having and raising a kid in such a busy place was a good idea or not.

It came as a happy surprise to discover how an entirely different side of the city opened up to its smallest residents and tiny visitors alike.

The once big bad New York City is now home to many young families, which has made it a wonderful destination to travel to with kids of any age.

I’ve put together some tips to help you get around town, gathered from the adventures my daughter and I had while living in NYC.

While many of us start our days with a bowl of cereal, Swift puts a little more effort into her mornings, making buckwheat pancakes topped with ham, Parm, and a fried egg, she tells Bon Appetit. She also downs a glass of OJ every day.

When Swift does have cereal, she does so with swagger, eating a bowlful alongside.

Granted, Tay Tay's diet may have changed consider since she spoke to WebMD at 20, but it remains the story.

She Keeps It Healthy Monday Through Friday.

On weekends, she cuts herself some slack: "Iallow myself to eat what common sense tells me is bad for me.

Sometimes she takes her comfort food on the healthy-ish side. People reports she enjoyed a gluten-free.

She's Down With the Barefoot Contessa.

Swift's a serious Ina Garten fan and calls Garten's mustard-roasted fish one of her favorite recipes. (It's an ideal weeknight dinner;

She's also made the Barefoot Contessa's flag cake for the past two years on the Fourth of July, so clearly, that recipe's a winner too.

Heading 1

Back in the day, Swift downed a skinny vanilla latte Mondays through Fridays, and in the fall, her splurge-y weekend drink of choice is a pumpkin spice latte.

Heading 2

She still drinks coffee from time to time—as evidenced by her Instagram there's no .

Heading 3

She still drinks coffee from time to time—as evidenced by her Instagram posts—but there's no. Relieves puffiness, and diminishes the appearance of fine lines. Win, win, win.

Heading 4

The Korean sheet mask craze has taken the U.S. by storm, and shows no signs of slowing down.

Heading 5

She still drinks coffee from time to time—as evidenced by her Instagram posts—but there's no. Relieves puffiness, and diminishes the appearance of fine lines. Win, win, win.

Heading 6

The Korean sheet mask craze has taken the U.S. by storm, and shows no signs of slowing down.