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The Children Of New York
Kids Are Paying, Literally, for Bringing Cell Phones to School
Kids and their phones: a tragic love story.
Twin Girls Delivered in Hospital, Back Seat of Taxi
This probably wasn’t in their birthing plan.
It’s Still Really Hard to Get Into a New York City Preschool
The waitlists are out!
Kids on the UES Are Hiring Life Coaches
Start ‘em young.
Two-Year-Olds Now Feeling Admissions Pressure
For college! No, kiddingggg.
Fancy Private Schools Are Just So
European New Yorkers go for the public option.
Baby-Makin’ Trendy Among Lower Manhattanites
Tribeca is the new Park Slope.
Upper East Side Parents Fear Elisabeth Krents
She doesn’t scare your childless Intel bloggers, though.
DIY Pre-K Co-ops Are a Whole Thing
For the not-quite-rich-enough parents who can’t get their 3-year-old into the right public school.
Twelve-Year-Old Arrested for Robbery
Baby’s First Brazilian
A sick new trend is sweeping the Sixth Borough. What are the implications for New York?