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Top 10 Earth Day Canada Approved Sustainable Tips for Families

Earth Day is right around the corner.  This year Parenting Expert, Maureen Dennis is eager to share the Top 10 Earth Day Canada Approved Sustainable Tips for Families. As a mom of four, she knows how hard it is to make green choices on a daily basis because, let’s face it, changing up routines or making sacrifices doesn’t always come easy to busy families. We are thrilled Earth Day Canada is standing behind these tips and giving them...

April 5, 2012 Read Blog

CelebrityBabyScoop Looks at Our Favorite Celeb Moms Making a Difference

Three cheers for the following celebrity moms who are making a big difference! From donating to the relief efforts after natural disasters, to advocating for autism awareness, to building an all-girls school in Africa, take a look through our list of moms who are giving back and making our world a better place. Amanda Peet, mom to daughters Frankie, 5, and Molly, 1 Something's Gotta Give star Amanda Peet joined forces with American Red...

April 5, 2012 Read Blog

Bottle Feeding: How much? How warm?

Bottle-feeding can be something you choose do from Day 1 or something you only begin when you go back to work. Most of us with kids have used bottles at some point or other. I breastfed my babies for different amounts of times and then moved on to bottles.  The transition was hard for them, that is, for the girls. My son was always hungry and didn’t care where it came from! The girls weren’t interested, which made it hard for both of us....

April 5, 2012 Read Blog

How to Host a Baby Shower for the Dad-to-be

Think baby showers are just for moms? Not anymore! The “Daddy Shower” is the latest trend hitting the scene, allowing the daddy-to-be to be “showered” with gifts and fun as well. The first decision is “who is going to throw” the big event.  For the mommy, it is usually the best friend, mother, or mother in-law, or combination of the above.  For the Daddy, this role has not yet been established and quite often it is simply put...

April 5, 2012 Read Blog

Stainless Steel Dishware

The Untangled line of dishes are low maintenance, kids love them, and they look great in the kitchen. These are for parents & kids who are looking for another way, the less plastic way! These are dishwasher safe, stackable and durable . They are made of high quality, food grade #304 18/8 stainlesss steel. www.untangledliving.com

April 4, 2012 Read Blog

Dealing with Unwanted Advice

  Helpful strategies to deal with unwanted advice and interference: • When you’re a new parent, chances are you will welcome the support of relatives and friends. But, in some cases, there may be people in your life who don’t know when to stop, or they have opinions you just don’t agree with. Too much advice, or advice you can’t accept, can be very frustrating, annoying and even undermining. If this is happening, it’s up to...

April 3, 2012 Read Blog

Sleeping Through the Night

Inevitably, that line always brings two thoughts to mind: Either those parents are REALLY lucky, or they aren’t telling the whole truth. Teaching your baby to sleep through the night is no easy task, but with a little work, patience and dedication, you too can be a member of the “Sleeping Through The Night Club”! There is no doubt that having a brand new bundle of joy in our lives is exciting. But eventually, the initial delight...

April 3, 2012 Read Blog

Playtime with Toddlers

There is absolutely nothing more fun and enjoyable than playing with your toddler. As a proud daddy to six kids between the ages of eight months and 25 years old, I have so many fond memories of playing with my children as toddlers. Often, during the first year, Dad can feel a bit left out; as the majority of the bonding tends to happen between Mommy and Baby, especially if she is nursing. During this stage there’s a lot of build-up and...

April 3, 2012 Read Blog

Fish Cakes

We eat these weekly. I love that they make a big enough batch for dinner, lunch and some leftover to freeze. While other fish cakes that I’ve made in the past crumble and fall apart, these keep it together. I’ve made toddler fish cakes in the Mommy Chef classes for years with potato and they love them. It’s time for a new fish cake. If you didn’t read it below, you wouldn’t guess they contain oats. Give this fast and easy recipe...

April 3, 2012 Read Blog

I’m a Ford Man

I’m a Ford man, I really am. We are a Ford family. Growing up in the U.K. Ford was THE car. We had a Ford Cortina (purple), followed by a Ford Cortina station wagon. My dad had a Ford Transit cargo van and my first car was a red 1976 Ford Fiesta. When I was 18 my dad and I bought a 1959 Ford Zodiac with the bench seats & column shift gears. I still have it. It never came with seat belts. Chicks dug it. My Ford Family with my...

April 2, 2012 Read Blog

eco-finger paint™

Powder based exploratory finger paint handmade with natural and organic fruit, plant and vegetable extracts from annatto seed, beets, carrots, curcuma, purple sweet potato, red cabbage and spinach, flour, cornstarch, wheat paste and earth clay. Also available: gluten free formula made with rice flour. www.ecokidsusa.com

April 2, 2012 Read Blog

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