• Toy Review, Flushin’ Frenzy!

    Ok readers…I am going to start by saying, this is probably the most ridiculous but fun game ever! My boys thought Flushin’ Frenzy by toy maker Mattel was hilarious. The concept of a poop (which btw every kid thinks is hilarious) flying out of a toilet is probably the silliest game I have seen.  I think… [Continue Reading]

    Toy Review, Flushin’ Frenzy!
  • Mompreneur Spotlight: Renee Johnsen, The Bow & Oak

    I wanted to start this weekly Mompreneur Spotlight to share about other amazing mompreneurs who are working super hard on their businesses and side hustles. I wanted to provide as many opportunities as possible for all of us to learn from other boss moms! Weekly I will post an interview with a Boss Mom I am… [Continue Reading]

    Mompreneur Spotlight: Renee Johnsen, The Bow & Oak
  • Navigating the Christmas Holidays, Less Stuff and More LOVE

    Updated. It’s been a year since my last post about gift giving over the holiday season so this year I wanted to revisit this post and update it with some content for my new and original followers… Less stuff and more love. Often I am asked about gift giving and receiving over the holidays. I… [Continue Reading]

    Navigating the Christmas Holidays, Less Stuff and More LOVE
  • Toy Review, SQUAWK! Eggsplosive Fun

    Thanks to Mattel we were sent some fun games to try out and review this month. Games are right up our alley, as we enjoy playing games on Friday nights, which is a family fun night in our home. The thing I love most about board games is that when my kids outgrow the games… [Continue Reading]

    Toy Review, SQUAWK! Eggsplosive Fun
  • My child needs support and I am ok with that

    As an educator, parents will often ask my opinion of early screenings, observations, and assessments. I am always an advocate for early intervention. I understand the impact that it can have on a child’s success. Luckily in Alberta, we have some amazing programs that provide all children, who attend a licensed preschool, the opportunity for screenings/funding for mild,… [Continue Reading]

    My child needs support and I am ok with that