May Digital Issue Out Now!

May Digital Issue Out Now!

Vancouver Family Magazine’s May issue is out now! This month, it’s all-digital, and and it’s packed with stories, resources and information to help your family thrive, even in these weird times. Check it out:

Local families share what learning at home looks like for them.

Teacher of the Year, Kendra Yamamoto, is on a mission to make preschool accessible for all children. Learn about her efforts and Clark County’s emerging emphasis on early learning.

One mom shares her maternity leave experience, how Washington’s paid family and medical leave helped her get the break she needed, and how so many Washingtonian families benefit from this hand up.

Have you ever heard of a Death Cafe or a death doula? Find out here!

Plus, Renaissance Dad shares what moms wish dads knew, and Julianna Lawson highlights purpose and place in creating an inviting home.

Please read, enjoy and share this issue with your friends and family who live locally.

It really helps our community stay connected and it supports local business. Unlike a virus, it’s perfectly safe to spread and share Vancouver Family Magazine with anyone, and you can do it from your very own home!

We look forward to printing and distributing Vancouver Family Magazine to locations all over the county very soon, but in the meantime, find the entire digital-only May issue right here. Enjoy, share and be well.

Thank you so much for your support,

Nikki Klock, Editor & Julie Buchan, Publisher

Vancouver Family Magazine is a free monthly family magazine with a mission to strengthen a sense of community by providing Southwest Washington families with comprehensive and locally based resources and information regarding parenting, education, news, community events and personalities, recreation, and more. Go here to learn about our story and how we connect your family to the organizations, resources and ideas that help your family thrive.

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