I will shamelessly admit that I am the mom who is encouraging my child to sing Christmas Carols as soon as possible. I love getting into the holiday spirit pretty much as soon as I can after Halloween and making the season last. Music has always played a huge role in our holiday’s and thanks to Staccato Music Studios, it will continue on this year with their Holiday Sing Along
If you are anything like I am when it comes to Christmas shopping you go into the mall with a very specific list and somehow stray from it about twelve times and end up carrying not only your (over)shopping, but your purse, a beverage (usually a coffee to stay alert while shopping!), pushing a stroller and trying to wrangle a small child through countless stores. Sounds familiar? Usually by the
In case you haven’t noticed an upcoming trend.. I LOVE CHRISTMAS. Everything about Christmas. The lights, the trees, the ornaments, the food & treats and of course the chance to spend some much needed time with loved ones. I’m getting pretty excited for 5th Annual Vancouver Christmas Market, opening on November 22nd, 2014. I went last year on the hunt for a pickle ornament and was not disappointed, I had
On average, kids are more likely to be struck by a car on Halloween night, that is a pretty scary thought! It’s not hard to see how a terrible accident like this could happen, kids are out in floods, eager to fill their trick or treating bags to the brim with delicious goodies. In all their excitement there are ways to help keep Halloween fun for everyone, kids and drivers
I recently wrote a post about our top five favorite iPad apps for toddlers and it was no surprise that KidoodleTV made our list. With one of the most advanced streaming apps for kids available for a trial run, we not only tried it but it is Alivia approved and now a staple on our devices!
The history of Fire Prevention Week is a tragic one. In 1871, The Great Chicago Fire devastated countless people when it burned through the city for 2 days – October 8th & 9th. In that time 250 lives were lost, another 100 000 were homeless and it had ravaged 2000 acres of land. In 1922, marking the 40th anniversary of the Great Fire, ‘the Fire Marshals Association of North America