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Looking for kid friendly restaurants on your next vacation? Or parks close to grandma and grandpa’s house? Your fellow Parentographers are here to help. Whether you’re taking a trip, relocating to a new area, or looking to shake up your local routine, members of the online community, Parentography, have advice for places to go and things to see all around the country.

Based on their own experiences, members review specific venues (restaurants, hotels, museums, etc.) or offer suggestions for family excursions. Enter a simple “what” and “where” into the search engine or refine your search to specify child age, activity cost, season, and time commitment.

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They’ve also added social networking features like profile pages and a friend network, to further build community and encourage sharing among members. To be alerted when new reviews are posted for your city (or the city of your choice), you can subscribe to a RSS feed.

Parentography is only as strong as its user base - that's where you come in. The site is growing and, to encourage more participation, is giving away $100 to writers of the 100th, 200th, etc. entries - ending in a $1,000 grand prize for the thousandth entry writer. Go forth and be Parentographers!

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As Apartment Therapy's Managing Editor, Carrie covers design and modern homelife with children. A lapsed librarian, she lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two kids and is in contention to break the record for most hours spent at the playground.