These little annual birthday letters to my boys are fun reminders of where they’ve been, where they are, and where they’re going to. Charlie is 8.
The most important rule about catching balls and pucks at sporting events is: give it to the kid. Thanks to the San Jose Sharks fan who gave us a night to remember.
Do you hope your kids will follow your career path and take up the family business? I just want my boys to be happy, but it sure made me proud when Charlie was a media pro for a day.
My son and I have some fun with the Phliips OneBlade asking the question: “Will It Shave?” and testing out the razor in all sorts of unique places.
I could hardly be considered a dad blogger if I didn’t do a post for the first day of school.
Do you teach your kids about stranger danger or stranger trust? My kid got lost this week and a stranger helped him. Because of course they did.
Charlie has been so shy about speaking publicly, but with his practice on his YouTube channel, he’s developed incredible confidence.
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.
We spontaneously added a new betta fish to our family in the past week when Harold decided to follow us home one day.
Your job as a kids’ soccer coach is to make sure the kids have fun, make friends, learn some skills, and HAVE FUN.
Is AC/DC what you would call “children’s music?” Yes. Yes, it is.
These little annual birthday letters to my boys are fun reminders of where they’ve been, where they are, and where they’re going. Charlie is 7.
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.
RBC is inspiring Canada’s youth to make a difference by giving them $150 to affect change. How will you #Make150Count this year?
We set to work on gingerbread house this weekend. It was nothing epic like you see across the web, but it’s ours – and it’s perfect.
My boys met an astronaut last night and while they could have spent their time with him talking about planets and rockets, they instead learned to shake hands in a lesson that will last a lifetime.