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Our Top 5 Locally Made Gifts for Baby

Tiffany Hill is our Managing Editor. She is from Honolulu, Hawaii, but loves calling Oregon home. She lives in Northeast Portland with her husband, son and their scrappy, adopted dog. When she’s not on assignment, you can find her playing roller derby or exploring the outdoors with a scenic hike.
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Support local and give your little one something special with these five Oregon-made baby items.  The Silly Daisy sensory toy is a hit for teeny hands learning how to move. This Portland-made crinkle paper is sewn with biodegradable crinkly paper enveloped by cotton and soft minky fabrics. The 7-inch-by-7-inch square is surrounded with ribbon tags

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Ask Dr. Doug: Suspecting Pinworms

Q:  My toddler is often trying to scratch her bum in her diaper. I’m terrified she has pinworms. How do I tell?     A:  Toddlers love to explore, and usually that includes the diaper area. Understanding the body parts that are usually hidden under a diaper is a normal developmental process, so don’t be worried when

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Summer Reading: Graphic Novel Picks

Spice up summer reading with these excellently illustrated graphic-novel picks from Kim Tano and Madeline Shier, the children’s book buyers at Powell’s City of Books. The Burnside, Hawthorne and Cedar Hills Powell’s locations are now open for in-person browsing. Or you can always order online at powells.com. The Coldfire Curse (Dragon Kingdom of Wrenly Book

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