August Brings Adventure Shows on Netflix #StreamTeam

Kids Thoughts on Tad: The Lost Explorer (August Adventures on Netflix)

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! Let the month of August be full of adventure before the kids go back to school. Netflix has a bunch of adventurous shows and movies for kids (see more suggestions below.) My older girls (ages 7 and 8) watched… Read More »

Netflix Canadiana #StreamTeam

Netflix Canadiana

Take a look at these shows below and tell me honestly, did you know they were CANADIAN shows? I knew about some of them but not all! As a proud Canadian that lives on a border city and therefore watches more American TV than Canadian, I think it’s important to make sure I watch some… Read More »

How to Protect Your Dog From Ticks and Lyme Disease

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When you consider your dog part of the family, you want to do everything you can to keep him healthy and disease free. Fleas and ticks aren’t just annoying, they can spread disease to your pup. Ticks spread Lyme disease. Ticks Carry Lyme Disease Do you know what Lyme disease is? The signs and symptoms?… Read More »

5 Ways to Celebrate World Breastfeeding Week Part 3

5 Ways to Celebrate World Breastfeeding Week Part 3 - for exclusive pumpers

  How to Celebrate World Breastfeeding Week Part 3 – For Exclusive Pumpers As mentioned in Part 1 and 2, World Breastfeeding Week is August 1-7 worldwide (except Canada which celebrates in October officially, but I celebrate it both times.) Part 1 gave some ideas for women who are currently breastfeeding to celebrate World Breastfeeding… Read More »

5 Ways to Celebrate World Breastfeeding Week Part 2

5 Ways to Celebrate World Breastfeeding Week Part 2 - For Former Breastfeeders

How to Celebrate World Breastfeeding Week Part 2 – For Former Breastfeeders As mentioned in Part 1, World Breastfeeding Week is August 1-7 worldwide (except Canada which celebrates in October officially, but I celebrate it both times.) Part 1 gave some ideas for women who are currently breastfeeding to celebrate World Breastfeeding Week. Part 2… Read More »

5 Ways to Celebrate World Breastfeeding Week Part 1

5 Ways to Celebrate World Breastfeeding Week Part 1 - For Current Breastfeeders

How to Celebrate World Breastfeeding Week Part 1 – For Current Breastfeeders   World Breastfeeding Week is August 1-7 every year. It’s run by the World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action and supported by big organizations like WHO and UNICEF. WBW was first celebrated in 1992. Note: Canadians celebrate WBW the first week of October officially… Read More »

Pool Fun With Swimways Spring Float

Swimways Pool Spring Float

I love the idea of a float to relax on in the pool but they are always so big and cumbersome and you have to empty your lungs to get it blown up so you don’t even feel relaxed by the time you lay on it. Then you have to deflate the whole thing because… Read More »

#CleanWater Photo Challenge: Help the World Access Clean Water #PGmom

Photo Challenge

I am happy and proud to be Canadian for many reasons, one of which is a safe living environment for my family with free healthcare and a supply of clean water. Access to Clean Water Millions of people around the world in less developed areas cannot say the same thing. Where clean water is not… Read More »

Be Like a Girl + Infographic on Girls and Confidence #LikeAGirl

#LikeAGirl

Why is the phrase “Like a Girl” a negative thing? I’m a girl and I’m proud of it. When kids are toddlers, they don’t know the difference between being a boy or a girl. One they learn which one they are, they are proud to be what they are. If you ask my 3 year… Read More »

2014-2015 Digital Planner

Digital Planner

What are you using for a calendar or planner right now? Are you happy with it? You don’t have to wait till January 2015 to get a new planner/calendar if you aren’t happy with your current system or worse, you don’t have one yet. Marlene from A Diligent Heart has created a July 2014-Jun 2015… Read More »