buzzoole code

The Sippy Cup Dilemma

When your child gets old enough to to hold a cup, most parents introduce a sippy cup first to minimize spills while their child is getting used to holding and drinking out of a cup. I’m now on child #5 going through the sippy cup learning stage and this is pretty much how it goes.… Read More »

Help Your Child to Be Super #BeSuper

As a Girl Guide leader, part of our program involves teaching the girls that they are special, unique, important, empowered and super in every way. Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada enables girls to be confident, resourceful and courageous, and to make a difference in the world. – Vision Whether it’s with the Girl Guides… Read More »

Create Your Own Destiny Craft For Kids #StreamTeam

This create your own destiny craft is part of a Netflix #StreamTeam post as part of my ambassadorship. I encourage my children and the children in my Brownie group to dream big. I teach them that they can be whatever they want to be. My kids and I are always talking about the future. One… Read More »

Potty Training Tips

Potty Training Advice from the Blogosphere Potty training is one of those things that everyone with kids has to go through in one form or another yet most if not all of us still struggle with it. I still am. So instead of offering my own advice I thought I’d share that of some of… Read More »

5 Ways to Celebrate World Breastfeeding Week Part 3

  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

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

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 »

My Bottle Feeding Pet Peeve – Evenflo Vented Bottles To The Rescue

I received some Evenflo bottles to test for review purposes. Bottle Feeding Pet Peeve My bottle feeding pet peeve is when the nipples collapse while your baby is sucking so that she can’t get milk out anymore. Since I started exclusively pumping for my daughter, I use a lot of bottles. She is impatient and… Read More »

Exclusive Pumping With Help from Medela Freestyle

Dislcosure: I am successfully doing exclusive pumping to feed my baby thanks to Medela who sent me a breast pump in exchange for my opinion. My blog contains only my honest opinions. The Back Story *If you don’t have time for a story, you can skip down to the heading that says Medela Freestyle Double… Read More »

My Son Likes My Little Pony and I am Okay With That

My son likes My Little Pony and I’m okay with that. What’s not to love? Even I enjoy watching it as do many grown ups, including men who are known as Bronies. (Bro+Ponies.) With three sisters, my son is bound to enjoy things traditionally thought of as for girls but it’s not just that. Sure… Read More »