If found myself coaching soccer this year. Nothing I had ever anticipated. I loved it. It was stressful and as we get ready for the spring season, I’ve made a decision.
It’s been a parenting stress of mine from the beginning. Which activities will they love? Which one should we join? I worried all the time about it.
The most painful part of coaching soccer is not the scoreboard. That hurts, it really hurts, but Wednesday mornings hurt the most because that’s the day after practice.
The Zacharie Show goes on the road for the Calgary Hitmen Teddy Bear Toss where “one million” teddy bears land on Zacharie’s head for a good cause.
The SnowPass is back for its 19th year giving Canadian kids in Grades 4 and 5 a chance to ski for just $29.95. Here’s a list of the resorts and how to get it
I saw my first NHL game when I was 8, nearly 9. My son was just 18 months when he entered the arena. For throwback thursday, here’s what I remember.
Who you cheering for: Canucks or Flames? We’re a two team household around here, blue and red. Here’s what to have for dinner during the playoffs.
Parents wanting their kids to make it to the pros should listen to this advice from Steve Nash. Stop pushing your kids and let them play. Elite athletes often echo the same refrain; private coaches dont get you to the top, free play and creativity does.
The best way to teach your kids ride a bike is to let someone else teach them. That’s how it worked for us. That slow motion moment of bike freedom was had by an instructor at Pedalheads. I missed that moment, but it’s okay. Because now they ride.