Bring Your Kids to Work Day: 7 Favorite Moments Some of Us are Parents too, You Know

Bring Your Kids to Work Day - Knock Knock Blog

Kids ranging in ages one to 13 years old, ran amok around the office during Knock Knock’s first-ever Bring Your Kids to Work Day. Our head honcho, Jen, created, planned, and led the programming for the day from start to finish. Yes, we had a rollicking good time, and yes, we're still tired from the day’s adventures.

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The Clump-o-Lumps Share Smiles in San Fran! COLs at Homeless Prenatal Program’s 8th Annual Health Fair

Photo courtesy of the Homeless Prenatal Project.

For more than twenty-three years, the Homeless Prenatal Program (HPP) has worked with homeless and low-income families in San Francisco to “break the cycle of childhood poverty” (and stomp on it). To support their mission, Knock Knock sent the Clump-o-Lumps to be raffled off at the organization’s 8th Annual Health Fair this past month, where over 300 families attended.   …

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Celebrate Read Across America Day With Us! And Take 25% Off Our This or That Activity Book!

In honor of Read Across America Day, we're donating fifty This . . . or That? Activity books to 826LA Mar Vista for their upcoming book release!

We love books, we love reading, and we’re certainly fans of Dr. Seuss. This year, we wanted to do something extra special to celebrate the National Education Association’s Read Across America Day on Friday, March 1. NEA’s Read Across America program lands on Dr. Seuss’s birthday and aims to encourage kids of all ages to get excited about reading through …

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Tips for Raising Little Creatures of the Boy Variety Top Picks From Top Knock Knockers

We’re ready to look outward during this tenth year and beyond, however, let’s not forget the leaders who have been the solid foundation of Knock Knock for quite some time—and their inherent solid taste. With her calm demeanor and equally cool taste, Trish, our VP of Brand Development, is chock-full of parenting pointers to amuse the little people we call “kids.” …

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