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Do you ever feel like the clothing you see at fashion shows is “over the top” and ridiculous? Well, I attended one recently, hosted by PARKFAMILY and [pre]shrunk at Southcentre Mall, and really liked a lot of what I saw on the runway. And, can I just say, the kids in the show were adorable!
I feel like I have some new friends in my life and they are…my favorite podcasters! At the risk of sounding like a total nerd and even a bit anti-social, you’ll often find me these days wearing earphones and chuckling to myself.
I know it seems too early to talk about university scholarships. We’re still lamenting the fact that it’s their LAST year of high school, but the application deadline for some of these awards is quickly approaching.
This article appears in the Sept./Oct. 2017 issue of Calgary’s Child Magazine.
I received a free CELLslip in exchange for writing a review of this product. All opinions are my own.
When a motorist on a cell phone rolled through a stop sign and right into the rear-end of his wife’s vehicle with his three young children inside, Mitch Bain wasted no time in launching CELLslip.
I received this question from a reader the other day about girls and clothing. I thought it would make a great topic for a blog post because, honestly, it’s something I’ve struggled with too.
I don’t know where my teens get their sense of adventure. Actually, I do know where…and clearly, it’s not from me!
Our family loves salads – sometimes my kids will even beg me to make them salad for a school lunch.
One of the coolest places we’ve ever visited as a family is Antelope Canyon in northern Arizona, near the Utah border. Guys, this place wasn’t even on my radar, but I’m so glad a friend mentioned it to me when I told her about a trip we were planning to the Grand Canyon. And now, I want to share this travel gem with you!
It’s summer vacation season, and with Canada’s 150th birthday this year and a weak Canadian dollar, many of us are choosing to stay home and discover a little more of our home and native land. But, before you go, you need to check out the new book 25 Places in Canada Every Family Should Visit. The book, by Calgary travel writer Jody Robbins, takes you coast to coast with detailed descriptions of THE BEST places for affordable family adventures in Canada.