When I was in Grade 1, my teacher had us keep simple diaries. We wrote a sentence, drew a picture about our ‘news.’ It was what twitter in 1975 would be.
My parents moved houses this past summer and with it came an incredible purge of all the things they have been hanging on to over the years. They’ve known they were going to be downsizing for a few years and had started dropping random care packages in the mail to my sister, brother, and I. The summer move came upon them a little quicker than…
Diabetes Awareness Month is the perfect reminder to assess your risks of developing type 2 diabetes and how it affects your heart helt. Take the test here.
Most Canadians can’t tell the difference between all season and all weather tires. Only one is good enough for our cold and snowy winters! Get the ones with gription!
Parents get so many things they don’t need. From wipe warmers to diaper genies, we go overboard when all we really need fits inside a TELUS Baby Box.
If your kids think vegetables are scary, then Halloween is the perfect time to really make them scary! Here are some scary Halloween vegetable ideas!
There comes a time in every parent’s life when the kids need their own device. For me, that means a laptop as my kids try out the new XPS 13 from Dell.
Our bodies are complex. They can do incredible things, like heal themselves and tell us when something isn’t quite right. Here are three very common bodily issues we might face, and how to deal with them
Here are some of the best Canadian dad bloggers and Canadian dads on Instagram. The world is more than just instahusbands, these guys are creating their own great work!
Fall is the best time to make a New Year’s resolution. As you get back into routine, add something you want to fix in the mix; like making and sticking to a budget.
Charlie is 8 and into coding, engineering, and robotics. His dream is to build a robot, so I’m digging into robotics for kids; activities, books, and toys to help him learn.
Camp Jean Nelson is a Canadian summer camp for kids with diabetes. They do all the things kids do at summer camp with one difference – they do it with T1D.
Fall is a great time to get into a new routine. From getting outside to fun family activities, here’s how I get things done in the fall with family.
Who had it easier me in the 80s or my kids now? Here’s a NOW and THEN comparing my 80s back to school shopping list with my kids’ modern one.
I’m working with Microsoft Canada to celebrate World Teachers Day. Nominate a great teacher in your life with the nomination form below. And shout it online with #BecauseYouTeach!
Cars are dead, long live cars. I’m looking at ditching my sedan for a compact SUV, so this time around on DadCAMP Drives I had a look at the 2018 Ford EcoSport.