From the Archives There are many things that happen in the day-to-day life of a parent that can be explained by the Mommy-hood Laws of Probability. Such As: A glass of milk chances of being spilled by the 2-year-old are directly proportional to how full the glass is. Chances increase exponentially if Mama has her hands … Read more Forget Murphy's Law. I Bring You the Mommy-hood Laws of Probability.
The lazy hot days of summer are around the corner so get prepared now and wow your kids with these amazing fruity popsicles that are not only easy to make, but full of good for you ingredients. Ditch the store bought, artificially coloured and flavoured varieties and make your own at home. Dollar stores have a great selection of … Read more Make At Home Fruity Popsicles By Deb Lowther
Summertime lovin’ is in the air and one of the best parts about having young kids is that you finally have an excuse to blow those bubbles and chase those butterflies…in public! Even city dwelling folks have plenty of ways to have fun outdoors with young ones as long as you come well hydrated and sun-screened. … Read more Summer Fun with Toddlers and Babies
Somewhere along the line in our busy active kids and busy working parents schedule, soccer snacks turned into packaged processed treats and water got sent to the sidelines to be replaced with sugar filled ‘juice’ boxes or artificially coloured ‘punch’ in a pouch. While these options may be quick to grab at the store on … Read more Healthy Halftime Soccer Snacks By Deb Lowther
About 90 percent of Canada is uninhabited, so it’s the perfect place to teach your kids about the environment. So why not pack your bags and embrace the ecotourism trend with your family this summer? Wide Open Spaces of Tweedsmuir Provincial Park, British Columbia Tweedsmuir Provincial Park is one of the best places to teach … Read more 4 Summer Destinations That Will Teach Your Kids About the Environment