Regarding food allergies and oral food challenges, please always consult with your doctor or allergist and follow his or her advice always. This post is intended to be a source of information only for allergy parents, and oral food challenges should always be performed in consultation with your physician or allergist and always in a… Continue reading Things you need to know before an Oral Food Challenge.
It’s summer! Time for vacations, relaxing on the beach, and spending quality time with friends and family. I don’t know about you, but I have never associated the summer months with making big changes. More often than not, things get put on hold. You hang out in a kind of limbo until the backyard BBQs… Continue reading Jackie’s Anytime Resolutions for a Healthier, Happier Me
It’s easy to forget that his life has changed pretty dramatically since my son was born. He just wants to spend time and be with us. I try and include him often, and it can be hard to not feel guilty about it when I don’t.
This year, as everyone knows Canada turns 150 — and to Celebrate, we are making some red and white windsocks. Canada Day is pretty special to me, mainly because I celebrate my own birthday the day before, and always thought growing up that everyone got Fireworks on their birthday weekend. Time to make some red… Continue reading Canada Day Windsock Activity
By now you’ve heard, that Jackie, Wendy and I– along with our husbands and two other couples — survived a long weekend in Muskoka with five toddlers. Five. Toddlers. Sounds intense, but it wasn’t as crazy as I had imagined. Sure, we weren’t short on tantrums, but no one caught on fire, and no one… Continue reading Camp inspired hand printed T-Shirts!
This past weekend we were cottaging with our friends in Muskoka. There were a total of fifteen people – five families with five toddlers all under one roof. It was certainly a full house! And with that many toddlers, I’m sure you can imagine the chaos and the mass of emotions we had to… Continue reading The perfect on-the-go snack: MadeGood Foods
Little G is an avid reader. She comes by it honestly, since her mom is an English Lit major who buys more books than she can read in a lifetime. G has books stored around the house so she can dive into a story whenever the mood strikes her. Our collection is vast and ever growing, but… Continue reading Little G’s Bookclub Series: One rad toddler shares her top five books
Ben loves being outside. So much that he smuggles as many pieces of the outdoors inside. I empty his pockets (and stroller) at the front door and find rocks, leaves, and sticks. Some of the little treasures are so interesting, but I’m not about to keep a bunch of leaves. Or am I? This activity… Continue reading How you can turn your little treasure hunter into a scientist!
What do you do with a Toddler on a rainy day? What will possibly entertain your stir-crazy toddler, with little to no prep? Open up that medicine cabinet and grab some Q-Tips! This week, explore pointillism with your Little Picasso by painting with Q-Tips! Feeling Inspired I know it sounds weird– painting with Q-Tips — especially… Continue reading Painting with Q-Tips
Guys, I have a confession to make: I have never called myself a “stay-at-home mom.”