This post has been sponsored by Pampers. We received compensation and product for our honest review. As always, opinions are our own and we only share products we genuinely use and love ourselves. View our Disclosure for more information. It really is true what they say: “No child is the same”. Our fourth time around the baby block we can confirm this with conviction!
Disclosure: This post is in proud partnership with YMC and Danone and I have received compensation for this content. As always, any opinions are 100% my own. Read our Disclosure for more information. School’s out next week and spring hockey wraps up for our older boys as well. Cue the need to find ways to keep our kids busy and active during the summer months,
Connecting with families of all dynamics has been a major highlight of this blogging gig. While Moms still dominate the blogosphere, there are some incredible Dads in the digital realm whose presence and perspective is incredibly powerful. Hence, our “Digital Dads Rocking Fatherhood” series debuts today, with the purpose of connecting with and uncovering how some of Canada’s digital dads are rocking dad life and blog life simultaneously. The role
One of my favourite sentiments about Motherhood is “… the choice to become a Mother is the choice to become one of the greatest spiritual teachers there is “ – Oprah. I believe this to be so true. While motherhood is not something we can ever master, it is absolutely something we grow through, and all gain wisdom and self-realization from along our journey we never
A week ago today I was rising and shining in our beautiful City of Toronto to attend the BConnected Conference for Digital Influencers. Eight months into my blogging journey, it was time to step out of my blogger bubble and get out to meet some of the incredible people I’ve enjoyed connecting with virtually and meet some other talented, inspiring experts in the social
Earth Day is April 22nd and we thought it was a good opportunity to check in on our family’s environmental impact. We found the EarthDay.org Quiz that assesses a family’s overall ecological footprint. While we make conscious efforts to implement enviro-friendly actions and choices in our home, our results were eye-opening and prompted us to commit to making some realistic changes to reduce our
Don’t know about you, but March flew by over here! And we made it through a low-key March Break without too much insanity, so that was pretty fabulous. Here it is – the second post in our “Things We Loved…” series. Some of our most favourite things about March were: 1) Our Blue Mountain Village Getaway Just over an hour north of us, Blue
Feeling the urge to purge as we approach Spring? My lastest article on PTPA Media Inc. – A Room-By-Room Guide to Declutter Your Home PLUS how to dispose and remove items responsibly or resell them to put some money back in your pocket! **Disclaimer: this is NOT a cleaning guide. Anyone who knows me can attest I do not get my bliss from domestic duties.
Many of us have heard of “The 5 Love Languages” concept theorized by Dr. Gary Chapman – a renowned marriage counselor – in his book of the same name released over 20 years ago. I myself came across this love theory on Oprah’s Lifeclass in 2013. Chapman theorizes we all have a primary and secondary way we like to be loved, and that there are 5 major categories
In the middle of writing my Valentine’s Day blog post yesterday, I took a break and scrolled my Facebook feed. There flashed a Canadian news update from the Husband of Florence Leung who tragically took her own life, we learn now from suffering with Postpartum Depression, perhaps exacerbated by her struggles with breastfeeding. It triggered a memory of a sweet Mama we lost earlier in 2016 –