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Family Day was created as a time out from the rigours of carpooling our kids. So we carpooled together, and grabbed a dinner and board game night.
We’ve stopped going to movie theatres as a family. The boys are the ones who want to watch the latest animated Moana / Trolls / Storks …
My wife and I have the unthinkable in our relationship: separate bank accounts. Even separate banking institutions! But with some simple digital transfers we make it work and keep our own money.
I suck at camping. My kids love it. So I camp for my kids. Our usual routine is a Father’s Day camping trip as it …
The latest installment of the #EZSeedChallenge has a chance for you to win a $300 Ikea gift card! Here’s how I said #IGrewIt and how you can too:
There is one thing all superheroes have in common. No matter their backstory or power, they all care. Empathy is the thing I hope my kids take from their superhero fantasies.
Being a parent is always an exercise in ad libbing. But there are certain things that seem to always cycle around. Check out these Dad Truths as interpreted by LEGO Minifigs.
Our Sunday night dinners are fully orchestrated by our kids. They do the groceries and plan the meal. This weekend we had a great Chicken Parm featuring Muir Glen fire roasted tomatoes.
We are heading deep into a game of smart homes where our every need at home is gamified to make us safer and using less energy. Just think about how the Nest works and how it changes behaviour.
Pepsi and Subway are giving you a chance to hoist the Cup. With no Canadian teams in the playoffs, this is your best chance to bring the Cup home!
I told the boys we weren’t going to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens right away when it came into theatres last year. I warned …
Elska is bringing her Middle of Nowhere show to the Arts Commons in Calgary and I’m giving away tickets!
I’ve got tickets to the premier of Kung Fu Panda 3 in Calgary! Enter here to win…
No matter where kids are from they are creative geniuses. Check out how Ikea has harnessed the creativity of kids and used it for charity. This is so good.
It’s easier than you might think to protect your kids from a falling tv. Even if you think you’re safe, you’re not. Have a look at this:
Will you let your kids watch Jurassic World? Here’s a way to ease the eager #TeamJurassic ones into it so they’re not totally scared with nightmares.