I was 13 years old when the very first Toy Story movie opened in theatres. I still have fond memories of watching it often and laughing with my mom. Looking back on it now, I see how the imagination of the toys must have affected her, knowing that I had outgrown my own toys not long before.
Spring break is upon us – well at least in our catchment. With kids about to pour out of schools for 2 weeks, I can sense every parent doing the boredom panic. Frantically on the search for things to keep kids entertained and also still learning while having fun! We’ve been lucky enough to share the #PlayTestShare spring fun in the past and this year is we were pretty excited with
Let’s talk batteries for a minute. We all use them; basic things like smoke detectors, flashlights, remotes. If you have kids, well, don’t get me started on the number of battery operated toys and game controllers we have going on! We actually go through quite a lot of them, in all shapes and sizes, and ‘Mom! I need batteries for *insert random toy*!’ can be heard on a weekly basis
Fall and Winter are hands down my favourite time of year. We’re dusting off our puffy vests, donning our comfy hoodies and heading out to enjoy the leaves and cool weather more often as a family. One thing I don’t enjoy is that it’s getting darker much quicker and our family walks are sometimes pushed side if I get home too late as it’s too dark outside! When A asked
It’s hard to believe that the holidays are just around the corner, I’m longing for cool weather that I can curl up under warm fleece blankets on the sofa with the fireplace roaring while watching some of my favourite holiday movies with A. I know we aren’t quite there yet, but I am already planning ahead. Christmas is one of my favourite times of year, and when it comes to
Bubbles are a simple, yet essential part of childhood. Gazillion Bubbles knows that kids of all ages delight in a bubble’s gentle flight on the breeze, racing to pop them, dancing in them, and begging for more, and they bring a smile to adult faces too. Delicate, colourful, simple, fleeting; they could almost be a symbol of childhood itself. From pure joy and entertainment to discovering the science behind bubbles