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How to Safely Watch the Solar Eclipse With Your Kids

The 2017 Solar Eclipse will be visible all over North America. Find out how to enjoy it with your kids (without burning your eyeballs)! How to Safely Watch the Solar Eclipse With Your Kids is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfe...
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