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Sibling Jealousy: Effective Tips to Deal with It

| April 7, 2020 | 0 Comments
Sibling Jealousy: Effective Tips to Deal with It

Sibling Jealousy: Effective Tips to Deal with It As a parent, you may dream of having a wonderful relationship with your children, and have them establish a strong bond with you and each other as they grow up. You may do everything possible to work that out, but fights between your children, which eventually leads […]

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Fun Easter Activities For Kids To Do At Home

| April 6, 2020 | 0 Comments
Fun Easter Activities For Kids To Do At Home

Fun Easter Activities For Kids To Do At Home It’s Easter Sunday, and the family is gathering to celebrate this joyous holiday. Many families converge at home to spend the day together, eating a big lunch, and then having some fun. What are some fun Easter activities for the kids to do at home? As […]

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Affordable Date Ideas to Try Out After Coronavirus is Over

| April 1, 2020 | 0 Comments
Affordable Date Ideas to Try Out After Coronavirus is Over

In today’s health climate, with everyone staying indoors, things can feel a little isolating. But these trying times will eventually pass, and to fight isolation, why not start thinking ahead to affordable date ideas for once social distancing has lifted. Dating can be an expensive business, even for couples that have been together for a […]

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An Overview Of The Tradition Of Painting Easter Eggs

| March 26, 2020 | 2 Comments
An Overview Of The Tradition Of Painting Easter Eggs

An Overview Of The Tradition Of Painting Easter Eggs You would have to go back a long time to find the history of painting Easter eggs. These oval shapes which represent birth made the perfect symbol of fertility, and are purported to date back to pre-Christian times. Nowadays, a popular folk art practiced in many […]

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Tips to Help Your Child with Spelling

| March 24, 2020 | 3 Comments
Tips to Help Your Child with Spelling

Tips to Help Your Child with Spelling A student once asked his teacher how he could look up a spelling word if he couldn’t spell: He made an excellent point. Many intelligent people find no logic in their sometimes phonetic and sometimes rule driven English language. An English speaking child that has a learning disability […]

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Two Major Factors To Consider When Choosing A Reliable Family Vehicle 

| March 20, 2020 | 2 Comments
Two Major Factors To Consider When Choosing A Reliable Family Vehicle  

Two Major Factors To Consider When Choosing A Reliable Family Vehicle  Having a family vehicle is an asset in today’s modern world. It is considered a need, especially among families with children. In Canada, there is an average of 1.47 vehicles for every household. Traveling with the family using your own car can convert long road trips […]

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How To Make Easter Fun For The Kids

| March 19, 2020 | 4 Comments
How To Make Easter Fun For The Kids

How To Make Easter Fun For The Kids Easter is coming up, which means springtime fun is in the air. Kids love the idea of Easter and the Easter Bunny, especially if they are still young enough to believe. Make this Easter a special day by adding some fun and creative touches to your holiday. […]

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3 Things Single Moms Can Fix Themselves And 2 They Shouldn’t

| March 16, 2020 | 1 Comment
3 Things Single Moms Can Fix Themselves And 2 They Shouldn’t

3 Things Single Moms Can Fix Themselves And 2 They Shouldn’t Single moms are not known for their overabundance of cash. When something breaks, a bit of DYI magic can really help them save a lot of money; however, they’re also not known for their overabundance of spare time. As a single mom, you need […]

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Why Canadian Families Are Struggling To Get Enough Sleep

| March 11, 2020 | 4 Comments
Why Canadian Families Are Struggling To Get Enough Sleep

Why Canadian Families Are Struggling To Get Enough Sleep It’s no secret to most of us that sleep is the most important factor for being healthy. While lack of sleep is often attributed to adults, there is increasing evidence that even children are not sleeping as well as they should. There are many reasons why this […]

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Why People Wear Green On St Patrick’s Day

| March 9, 2020 | 4 Comments
Why People Wear Green On St Patrick’s Day

Why People Wear Green On St. Patrick’s Day When we think of St. Patrick’s Day, or Ireland, for that matter, we think of the colour green. The green of the lush landscape of Ireland, a leprechaun’s hat, or, most especially, the shamrock, which is always associated with this day. However, in the past, green was […]

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Fun Green Ideas For Saint Patrick’s Day

| March 5, 2020 | 4 Comments
Fun Green Ideas For Saint Patrick’s Day

Fun Green Ideas For Saint Patrick’s Day Saint Patrick’s Day is coming soon and it is time for fun green ideas for all ages. Both adults and children can have fun celebrating this Irish Holiday without having to enter one single pub. There are many great things that a person can do to get in […]

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Ancestry Encourages Canadians to Reflect on the Achievements of Women in their Family History ~ Giveaway CAN 03/31

| March 3, 2020 | 85 Comments
Ancestry Encourages Canadians to Reflect on the Achievements of Women in their Family History ~ Giveaway CAN 03/31

It’s International Women’s Day on March 8th! Did you know that in Germany on March 8th, 1914 was held International Women’s Day? From this time, it is always being held on March 8 in all countries. Women throughout history have changed the world with their strength, intelligence, and determination to create a better future. This […]

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Take Advantage of February 29th – It Only Comes Once Every Four Years!

| February 27, 2020 | 8 Comments
Take Advantage of February 29th – It Only Comes Once Every Four Years!

Yay, it’s a leap year! I challenge you all to take advantage of the extra day we have this year on February 29th! Try something you’ve never done before as a family and enjoy your time together by embracing the great Canadian Winter. We have written an article that includes fun indoor and outdoor family […]

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Foods to Increase Breast Milk Production

| February 10, 2020 | 0 Comments
Foods to Increase Breast Milk Production

Foods to Help Increase Breast Milk Production Did you know that in order to produce enough breast milk for your baby you should pay attention to the food you eat? Breastfeeding is a natural way to nourish your baby, but if you’re not healthy then feeding the baby may deplete your stores of vitamins and […]

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Top 3 Best Classic Family Board Games!

| February 3, 2020 | 2 Comments
Top 3 Best Classic Family Board Games!

We grow up on board games and some board games grow up with us. On family nights and rainy days, we turn time after time to the classics, removing a twenty-year-old edition of Monopoly, The Game of Life, or Clue from closet shelves. Why these three? Like most board games, they too are governed by […]

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Family Traditions on Valentine’s Day

| January 21, 2020 | 3 Comments
Family Traditions on Valentine’s Day

Family Traditions on Valentine’s Day Valentine’s Day is a great opportunity to celebrate the love of a family and also to share family traditions. Share treats, movies, games, and more on this special holiday. Making Family Traditions By Baking One of our family traditions on Valentine’s Day is to bake some delicious sweet treats or […]

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4 Parenting New Year’s Resolutions

| January 6, 2020 | 8 Comments
4 Parenting New Year’s Resolutions

4 Parenting New Year’s Resolutions It’s a new year, so why not get started on making some positive changes in your parenting? Whether you usually make parenting new year’s resolutions or not, setting an intention at the beginning of the year can help you generate ideas for improving your skills as a parent. Even if […]

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How To Keep A New Year’s Resolution

| January 2, 2020 | 17 Comments
How To Keep A New Year’s Resolution

How To Keep A New Year’s Resolution Make this year the year for a successful New Year’s resolution! A little front-work and planning will keep one motivated all year. Everyone has seen the ‘January gym phenomenon’, when memberships rise and people seem to appear from hibernation; only to see it return to normal crowd by […]

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Fun Indoor and Outdoor Winter Games for Kids

| December 27, 2019 | 12 Comments
Fun Indoor and Outdoor Winter Games for Kids

Fun Indoor and Outdoor Winter Games for Kids Winter is a time of cold and snow that can be a difficult time for many kids to get their proper amounts of exercise. Unlike warm summers and springs, kids can’t always play a wide variety of sports. They often get bored making the same old snowman […]

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Celebrate New Year’s Eve With A Family Party

| December 26, 2019 | 14 Comments
Celebrate New Year’s Eve With A Family Party

New Year’s Eve can be a treasured event when parents and children work together to create a family-friendly party complete with a meal, decorations and entertainment. New Year’s Eve is the time for a celebration of new beginnings. Parents and children can make this a special night to spend together. By keeping things simple, a […]

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3 Ways Coding Can Benefit Your Kids

| December 9, 2019 | 6 Comments
3 Ways Coding Can Benefit Your Kids

Do your kids love video games? Every mom knows it can be a challenge to limit screen time. When you spend so much of your time on screens yourself, it isn’t easy to know how much is too much for your kids. However, you may be able to turn their screen time into something more […]

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10 Alluring Reasons to Learn French

| November 22, 2019 | 8 Comments
10 Alluring Reasons to Learn French

10 Alluring Reasons to Learn French So you are considering learning French? That’s great! Learning French is always a great idea. It brings greater benefits than just the ability to communicate. But why learn French in particular? French is the official language of 29 countries and is spoken by over 200 million, making it among […]

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How to Increase Low Milk Supply for Breastfeeding Moms

| November 11, 2019 | 8 Comments
How to Increase Low Milk Supply for Breastfeeding Moms

How to Increase Low Milk Supply for Breastfeeding Moms It can be frustrating to deal with low milk supply when all you want is to feed your baby. Most moms begin producing milk at birth; the goal is to have the baby begin feeding as soon as possible because demand tends to increase supply. However, […]

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5 Non-Traditional Discipline Tips that Really Work

| October 8, 2019 | 7 Comments
5 Non-Traditional Discipline Tips that Really Work

5 Non-Traditional Discipline Tips that Really Work Many families today find that traditional discipline tips don’t work for them. This is when thinking outside the box can go a long way toward finding a method that works for your family’s needs. Here are some ideas that you might want to consider. 1.Learn to communicate well […]

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