25 Fun Indoor Activities for Families #SlowCookFun

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This post is part of the YummyMummyClub.ca and Club House #SlowCookFun sponsored program. I received compensation as a thank-you for my participation. This post reflects my personal opinion about the information provided by the sponsors. The time we spend together is precious and I want to enjoy as much of it as possible. Preparing our […]

Pounding the Pavement on Date Night #NaturallyatHome

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When it comes to hobbies and activities, my husband and I don’t have a lot in common. He loves sports and big social gatherings. I like the arts and quiet evenings in. He’s silly. I’m serious. He’s laid back. I’m a total Type A personality. One thing we have always had in common is our […]

How I know 2014 will be amazing…

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I won’t say that 2013 was a bad year. It certainly had it’s challenges but it also brought me new friendships, amazing opportunities and awareness where I once had none. My son’s illness and my husband’s accident were big reminders of how quickly life can change and how we need to make the most of […]

2013: The Year in Review

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2013 is coming to a close and it is a perfect time for reflection and remembering everything that happened this past year. It was definitely a year with it’s ups and downs! Here are our highlights from the year. Family Eric finished the Police Foundations Program at Humber College and decided that law enforcement is […]

The trouble with Santa: Revealing the Truth

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I don’t remember ever believing in Santa Claus. I am told that when I was quite young we attended a church service where the minister preached about the “myth of Santa“, bursting the bubble of any starry eyed children in the room. I obviously don’t recall that either, so I can’t say if the news […]

Parenting a Chronically Ill Child

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I’m sitting in the hospital with my son right now. It’s become routine for us over the last six months. We know the names of the doctors, nurses and porters in the Pediatric Medical Day Unit, and they know us. They know my son’s preference for his IV in his left hand, and that he […]

And then we lost our daughter at Disney

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I am a diligent parent. My children have to hold my hand to cross the street or walk through a parking lot. When walking in crowds they need to be attached to me or their Dad in some way and when we are out and about, they need to walk ahead of me where I […]