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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. 🙂
The new Quarry Park Child Development Centre has a large outdoor play area with child friendly landscaping, grass and a discovery trail for stroller walks and bike riding; a perfect foundation to raise active and curious kids.
Fall is the best time of year to get out and explore. Whether it’s full day trips near Calgary or just a quick wander away in our neighborhood, we always pack snacks from CLIF Bar & Company.
Everyone forgets something when they go camping. Tent poles, bug spray, pillows, flashlights, we’ve all done it. Here’s how to get on it for your long weekend camping trip.
We’re a new ski family, we’re just getting used to juggling kids and gear and kids. Here are some hacks I’ve observed from the veteran ski families to help you on the hill
Rediscover Nature Day is September 20. It’s a chance to get outside with your family and connect. And maybe win a trip to Banff. Details here:
Here are 21 resources and ideas for summer camps in Calgary. From overnight camps to daycamps to free drop in ideas, here’s how to keep them entertained in the city this summer.
I wish I could put summer on pause. I can’t so I’m doing the next best thing, I’m putting summer on slow motion and squeezing every second out.
Even though it was a busy school night packed with activities, we still made time to have a bbq picnic at the playground. And it was awesome.
I suck at camping. I forget gear, I give up, I come home, I go camping with dead batteries and pee in the dark. Don’t be like me, win some batteries here:
With many towns banning tobogganing for safety and legal reasons, our family has a simple rule: we wear helmets for winter sports. Bucket up, be safe, be smart.
I told the boys to get lost this weekend. We wandered out in to a forest near our house and I just let them lead. We went in circles, we got lost. Fall ftw.
The best playgrounds in Vancouver are the ones where mom and dad and the kids have fun. They are along the beaches, and they’re beautiful. Here’s my faves.
It’s been a big summer for Charlie. He started off scared to get his face in the water, and ended it by standing on the dock and making a big jump in a lake.
I love the little tan lines on my boys. A sign of summer done right, spent playing in the sun and exploring the world and baking into a toasted marshmallow glow.
My parents saved the best of our toys from when we were kids. The Fisher Price gear waited nearly 25 years to be loved again. Now the beach toys are back.