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Little Red Story: Pumpkin Haul

November 14, 2014
posted by Brittney Snow

No one planned to capture the moments. It just happened. Everyone was simply enjoying the autumn air. 

Little Red Story: Conversation

November 12, 2014
posted by Brittney Snow

Little Red Story: Her Wish

February 27, 2014
posted by Tracy Baldwin

What was once a special prize at a local Wales Kiwanis Club Easter Egg Hunt nearly 25 years ago will again be a treasured reward—as the gift of a Radio Flyer Town & Country Wagon comes full circle.   Some lucky family will receive the wagon at this year’s contest, thanks to our Little Red Story Winner for January:  David M.

Halloween Fun: Cruising Costumes

October 28, 2013
Neighborhoods everywhere are bursting with decorations in anticipation of Halloween.  I love to see doorsteps lit by the glow of carved pumpkins and shrubs beset with spider webs.  Soon sidewalks will be overtaken by pirates and princesses sprinting from house to house. 
 
Trick-or-treating can be hard work, and sometimes little pumpkins need help keeping up with their older siblings' frantic candy gathering.
 

Family Vacation: Discovering Your Roots

May 24, 2013
posted by Robert Pasin

My grandfather and founder of Radio Flyer, Antonio Pasin, and his wife, my grandmother Anna, were born in Rosa, Italy.  It’s a small town nestled in the foothills of the Alps near Bassano del Grappa (famous for the after-dinner liquor by the same name) in northern Italy near Venice.Antonio Pasin (far right), founder of Radio Flyer, circa 1905, as a boy in Rosa, Italy with his family.

Game Time: Birthday Games

February 11, 2013

At so many birthday parties we expect a gaggle of kids to wait patiently while a birthday girl opens gifts or the birthday boy blows out candles. All that waiting can be tough for kids who NEED to move, and they will squirm, wiggle and bounce if you want them to or not!

New Year's Resolutions: Baby Steps

December 31, 2013
posted by Tracy Baldwin

The New Year’s Baby will take on new meaning to me this year—he will remind me it’s all about baby steps.  I came to this realization when I created my annual list of what I hope to accomplish in the year ahead—and I also looked back at what I had hoped to accomplish last year.  With three kids, time is a rare commodity for me, and so yet again, I failed at keeping my resolutions or achieving my goals.  So I’ve decided I would take a new approach this year – doing something is better than doing nothing.

Creating Sticky Holiday Traditions

December 10, 2012
posted by Kim Lefko

As a working mom with a young family, I want to create traditions that will be memorable and passed down to the generations that follow. I’m surrounded at work with a brand full of stories, nostalgia, warm memories and many smiles. And I have been thinking, a little more around the holidays – what traditions STICK? And what makes them STICKY?

Birthday Bash: Isabelle turns 4!

November 19, 2012

Kid's birthday parties are a chance to celebrate one special child at one special moment in their life. There are some standard ingredients: invitations, party treats, fun activities, and gaggles of friends. Each element is infinitely customizable to age, hobbies and family tradition. Choosing a theme based on a child's interests (or obsessions?) is a way to cherish who they are at that exact age.

At the Pumpkin Patch

October 31, 2012
posted by Kim Lefko

Recently my family and I were at a pumpkin farm searching for the perfect pumpkins.  Throughout our visit I loved watching families collect pumpkins, capture pictures, eat cider donuts and race down the slide coming off “Tire Mountain.” And we came across the best display of Radio Flyer wagons I have ever seen.

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