I’ve had a bit of an epiphany about what my role as a dad blogger is really about. After a few years of getting caught up in sponsored posts, I’m rediscovering the joy of saving and sharing my stories.
Learning to Surf for the first time is much easier than I thought. Here’s how our family surfing lessons went down at the Surf Shack Maui!
It just takes one small gesture to make a fan for life. Zacharie wandered into the Rolex store on vacation and instead of being dismissed, was embraced. The rest is history.
People with type 2 diabetes are more at risk for heart problems and dying early from cardiovascular disease. Use this free risk assessment tool now.
From lessons to mountain hosts to ski in ski out accomodations to the best and freshest powder, Kimberley Alpine Resort has it all for families in the Kootenays.
The imagination of a child is a fantastic thing to witness. Things like physics are non-existent in the mind of a child. If they dream it, it can become reality.
No matter how educated you think you are, there is always more to learn. If you have stayed in the same country your whole life, you will never truly understand the way the world works.
Learning for kids shouldn’t be limited to the classroom. There are a lot of interesting things children can learn and discover outside of the classroom environment.
Kids with Type 1 diabetes have the most important questions. When 12 yr old Max Domi was diagnosed, he just wanted to know if he could play hockey.
Twitter lates me take notes of stilly things my young kids say. It’s the perfect memory makers, here’s why you need a Twitter account for your kids.
Be the nice kid is some advice from author Bryan Skavnak. He wrote it for his golf book, but be the nice kid is advice for us all.
STEM and coding is the new soccer and hockey. Here are some places your kids can join coding clubs and robotics teams in Calgary.
The TELUS Santa Tracker App is back on Optik TV along with a digital Advent Calendar and more ways to get excited for Christmas!
There’s a time in adulthood when worrying about now starts to fade away and you worry about what’s next. It’s around the time you have kids that you really focus on planning for the future.
Here’s a list of STEM Toys gift ideas for kids who love coding. From buildable and programmable robots to books to teach them basic coding.
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.