Here’s a fun quiz of questions to ask your kids about how they see you and the world. It’s the perfect thing to post for a spouse’s birthday on Facebook.
Charlie’s 50/50 Birthday Party culminated in one of those “big cheque” presentations at Alberta Children’s Hospital for Kids Helping Kids. So perfect.
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.
Charlie is 6 and with it comes the last gasps of that magical age of 5 evaporating from our family life. It’s wonderful to watch the kids grow and achieve, but how I will miss 5.
Turning 6 is a big deal. It’s the age you become a big kid, you go to grade school, and you grow out of toddler sizes. Finding a 6 year old birthday shirt also becomes a lot harder.
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
Here’s what I’ve dug up to hide under our tree on Christmas Day. Got young boys? You’ll find something they’ll love on my DadCAMP Holiday Gift Guide
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.
Charlie’s creativity and inspiration knows no bounds. Today he randomly asked for help to write a small book about birds. This is that.
When is it a good time to introduce children to politics? Well, this weekend I brought 5 yr old Charlie to a rally for Justin Trudeau. Here’s what I did and why I did it.
Winter is coming, so we are getting all the outdoor play done in shorts now. We are squeezing out every second of fall finding creative ways to play.
An annual pass to Disneyland has passed the $1000 barrier per person. When you add up the costs to visit, are theme parks still family attractions?
Charlie made his trip to Disneyland this year. The annual tradition that happens when you turn 5 was as wonderful as anticipated.
When you send your kids off with Nana and Grandpapa, they’ll show you how you’re “really” doing when it comes to raising your kids. I learned that this week
Parenting is a bloodsport. It’s a comparison filled game of judging. We could all deserve to chill out, except when we don’t.
How did you spend your summer? My boys spent a summer of firsts, from rowing boats to jumping off rope swings, they both grew immeasurably this summer.