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When is it okay for kids to walk to school alone? When they’re old enough. The problem is that age varies from parent to government.
The new Peekaboo Beans fall collection has arrived. It’s the perfect companion to embrace the dark side of winter, or you could dig into your old summer gear.
When you build up a surprise trip to Disneyland for your kids, you build up unreasonable expectations. Don’t have a big reveal, keep it simple and magical.
If you want to have the best family winter vacation ever, you need to do a few things. It starts with planning early. Book now and you’ll save, here’s how:
What time should your kids go to bed? This handy bed time chart for kids created by a Wisconsin school will get them the most sleep for every age.
I could hardly be considered a dad blogger if I didn’t do a post for the first day of school.
Here are some simple packing lists to make sure your summer escapes go off without a hitch
It’s time to hit the road for a summer road trip to celebrate Canada 150. Here’s what you need to make it magical
My son’s soccer team had a BBQ at the beginning of the season at a coach’s house so the parents and kids could get to know …
From Steve Jobs to Bono, Tom Hanks to Oprah, here are 15 of the best graduation speeches filled with advice for everyone.
I hate trampolines. Let me count the ways.
Here”s a list of places to find summer camps for kids in Calgary. From learning to ride a bike to LEGO to movie making to engineering and mountaineering, it’s all here.
Losing my job was just the beginning of my DadCAMP adventures. Here’s the story of how I was inspired to create a community of engaged parents supporting involved fatherhood.
Involving your kids in vacation planning with a road trip checklist will make them feel part of the process and involved in the daily itinerary. It’s an easy and fun scavenger hunt style hack.
When planning a spring break escape, don’t go away for too long. 5 days is all you need. We tried it and love the shorter break.
Each member of our family has a very unique charity and a very personal reason for supporting them. How does your family give where you live?