30 Mindful Moments for Kids to Feel Calm and Focused Anytime, Anywhere Teaching kids how to deal with new and often overwhelming emotions is something...
It's back to school time and, like January, back to school offers the perfect opportunity to start a new routine and create new healthy habits! My kids...
There seems to be two camps on school lunches– on the one side we have those that take great pride in creating amazing works of art that are beautiful to look at and also healthy to eat.
Finding the perfect baby name can be a fun but stressful to-do item during your pregnancy. Every year, BabyCenter Canada collects thousands of names from...
There is an interesting correlation between what we buy at the grocery store and what we eat. It turns out if we buy bags of cookies and bottles of fruit punch, that is what we will ultimately find to eat and drink when hunger and thirst hits.
Summer camp! The defining Canadian growing-up experience. So much fun, but more than that … so much learned. At first glance, camp is a place for kids to learn to swim, sing or speak Spanish. But look closer.
All new mothers want to do what's best for their child. According to the experts this means breastfeeding exclusively for the first six months of an infant's life — meaning no food or drink other than breast milk. Of course, this is easier said than done, particularly when you leave the privacy of your home.
I have written several posts about traveling with kids and the lessons I’ve learned along the way. Lately I’ve been travelling alone for some work functions and conferences. Not having to wrangle kids has given me the opportunity to notice some of the other things going on in the travel world. In short, it has opened my eyes to some very annoying things going on at airports everywhere.
It’s that time of year again when we parents are a prime marketing demographic target, our children are too! Together we are seduced by television commercials, internet advertising, glossy toy catalogues, enticing in-store displays, festive jingles, extravagant light displays and visits with Santa.
The Ultimate Guide to successfully toilet training three preschoolers simultaneously (by making it all up as you go along), in 10 easy steps. If you are the parent of multiples or you have two or more preschoolers in your charge, you too can triumphantly toilet train by simply winging it!
I don’t have any personal experience with adoption. Although we entertained the thought of adopting a child a couple of years ago, the process of the particular adoption we were seeking was impossible because of international laws.
My cousin has two little girls, both with unique needs. One was born with spina bfida and because she uses a wheelchair, has a visible disability. The other daughter has a special need that’s not visible – Type 1 Diabetes. So, in other words, my cousin is a very busy mother!