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This camping hack will make your breakfast skillet the easiest to whip together for the entire camping crew. Check out EGG Creations makes it simple:
How are you keeping your kids occupied over the summer? When you’re a working family, there isn’t much choice – it’s day camps or bust.
It’s the playground where I see my kids perform their greatest feats of sports imagination. “Here comes Charlie, our youngest competitor,” my 7 yr old …
I hate trampolines. Let me count the ways.
Charlie has been so shy about speaking publicly, but with his practice on his YouTube channel, he’s developed incredible confidence.
Mark’s performance stretch denim means you’re always #ReadyForThis, whether ‘this’ means a night at the symphony, cleaning the garage, or taking 54 flights of stairs.
Eddie The Eagle beamed in his return to Calgary and, once again, inspired a generation to follow their dreams.
Your job as a kids’ soccer coach is to make sure the kids have fun, make friends, learn some skills, and HAVE FUN.
The #BPFamilySkate is a chance for kids and families to get a slice of NHL life by touring a big arena, and skating on the ice. Here’s how our day worked out.
No matter what the groundhogs or forecasters say, it’s early spring in the world of fashion. Here’s a look at how Peekaboo Beans is welcoming dreams of a new season, even if it’s still snowing. 🙂
Lesiure sport is something you can enjoy a lot before kids, not so much after, but once they’re older, sporting with your kids is magical. Here’s how I’m getting back into my favorite pasttimes.
British Soccer Camps are a leading North American summer soccer camp for kids, and there are two weeks coming to Calgary this summer.
A couple of hockey nights out with my kids this week have formed a new one-on-one tradition celebrating my Calgary kids and their love of Panthers and Sharks.
Injanation is an American Ninja Warrior inspired gym for athletes, kids, and families in Calgary. Here’s a visit and video tour of the new facility.
Participation ribbons are not very popular these days. People think “we all win something” attitudes are perpetuating a bubble wrapped childhood. Actually, it’s just the opposite.
We all put our kids in sports for different reasons. I’d love for them to be successful at a game, master it and be a star. It’s not happening, so I’ll settle for my sons winning at life.