The healthy brain diet
Whether you’re divvying up the restaurant tab, helping with homework or multitasking on projects at work, your brain works better when you feed it well.
Getting a grip on the internet of things
It’s no secret that things are getting smarter. Devices let parents check in on sleeping babies and keep track of children when they are away from home.
When breaking up is all you can do
How do you know when ending your marriage is the right choice for you?
The place to be
After what seemed like half a month of rain, we’ve had some pretty good weather these last few days, which means that my backyard inevitably becomes the neighbourhood playground.
Parenting styles for the future
Between helicopter parents afraid to relinquish control and permissive parents afraid to exert authority, there is a respectful middle ground, which is not fear-based.
Better bedtimes with Yoga
You know those nights when you just can’t sleep, when your mind is racing, or you’re tense and wound up? Those symptoms aren’t reserved for adults.
As a family
I know that many of us parents end up feeling drained by our children’s schedules, especially as those children get old enough to have their own social lives and interests.
Taking food allergies to camp
Attending summer day camp is often a rite of passage for kids. But when you have a child with life-threatening food allergies, camp is more complicated than filling out forms and dropping your kid off each morning.
Busy or bust: road trip tips
For some parents, kids are just the nudge they need to dust off the passport or cash in the frequent flyer miles.
S is for surrogacy
Surrogacy. It’s like the scarlet letter in the parenting world despite the fact that one in six Canadian couples experience some form of infertility and is often a last resort for those who want to have biological children.