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Baby Proof Your Fireplace at Home

Effective Ways to Baby Proof Your Fireplace at Home When it comes to heating your living room, nothing spells classy and warm like a traditional furnace at home. These fireplaces provide great warmth and comfort, especially on an extremely cold night. However, the flickering flames of the hearthside can also lure in curious children; similar to how the light…

Turning everyday household transactions into charitable donations

Between the endless baskets of laundry, groceries, cooking and cleaning, us moms have a long to-do list. Some days it isn’t easy to remember anything beyond household responsibilities! With the holidays fast approaching, I know my household will get even busier. I try to include doing good deeds during the season but with all the…

Breaking Down the Stigma of Therapy

Therapy, for myself, was something I had long associated with weakness and the inability to help myself. I cheered on others who sought counseling but didn’t see it fitting into my life, so I was determined that any meeting I had with a therapist would be short. I advocated for therapy and counseling and firmly…

Great Expectations

What on EARTH would make someone want another baby? I was baffled and could feel tears stinging my eyes for the second time that day, there was NO WAY I was ever doing this again! I looked at my husband and told him with purpose “NO MORE BABIES!” He looked down, took my hand, and…

Ninja Chop to His Rugged Face

There are days when I look up from whatever I am doing and catch Brian at just the right moment.  His head tilted on a perfect angle making his face look rugged and sexy, his smile perfect and beaming just for me. I catch my breath and am thankful for him. And then there are…

“Love Your Face”

When I first started blogging I was in a bad place. I needed desperately to find a way to connect with people who understood what I was going through, and I needed proof that they existed. When I came across Kimberly Morand’s blog I almost exploded. She wrote about her struggles with PPD and then…

A Resume for Your Child

For the second post in my resume series I am so honoured to have Donna Kristine Manley, the author of the award winning book Resume’s for Children 17 and Older, sharing her tips and tools. Please help me to make her feel welcome! A Resume For Your Child The title for this article is correct,…

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Something Exceptional

Something pretty exceptional is happening. I almost didn`t write about it because I was afraid to jinx it. It`s one of those things I want to share with the world. But not a pregnancy. And I didn`t get a raise. Bummer. But besides that there is still something really awesome going on. Come over to…

When your Child’s Classmate has a Peanut Allergy

When your child is diagnosed with a peanut allergy panic sets in. It’s overwhelming. Organizing, informing, and educating seems endless, and in a way it is. But there is another side to the allergy. The classmates and friends that your child will go to school with, the families who do not have experience with food…