Spring break is less than two weeks away! Normally I’m pretty chill about this and look forward to sleeping in with the kids, tossing ideas around with lots of time to check them off. But not this year. I started back to work recently and suddenly I need day camps on holidays, daycare for Pro D days, and to plan things way in advance in order to book time off
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I never thought we’d be discussing bullying in elementary school but here we are. With 2 kids in Grade 1, we’ve had our fair share of chats with teachers and kids and are working our way through big feelings, kind words and how what we say to other people really matters. Looking ahead, we realize one day these kids are going to be in high school where technology and bullying
It’s one of our favourite times of year around here! When I was little, I always looked forward to the Monster Trucks – back then they seemed to be big and bad and full of excitement and my mom always made sure we had amazing seats! There’s nothing quite like the excitement in the arena, the smells and of course, all the trucks! Now that A is a bit older,
One in five students here in Canada are affected by bullies. One in five! That’s a dreadful statistic. As someone who was bullied throughout elementary, I know first hand how it can impact not only your school life, but your home life, your physical and mental health, your inner dialogue and more. In this digital age, finding refuge from a bully has become so much harder. Cyberbullying has become a
Having lived in Vancouver nearly my entire life, our family definitely has some set in stone traditions. We are so lucky to live so close to some incredible long-standing Christmas events and many of them are must-see, must-do for our family. For years and years we have made Bright Nights at Stanley Park a tradition and for the past few years, we’ve added in some fun at the Vancouver Aquarium!
We talk about this a lot over here, but tiny people sure do love music. Studies have shown that babies react to music while still in the womb so you can imagine how excited they can get when they are up close with new instruments, hearing songs mom or dad may have hummed or sang to them and so much more. The major plus? It’s an amazing bonding experience for