By Christine Davis
Playing tourist close to home is a fun take on a staycation that actually lets you leave your house.
Toronto has plenty of family fun to offer – enough to keep you more than busy for at least a
One of the things I’ve written about in this space before (and that I also talk about with parents all the time), is not just scheduling every minute of your kids’ summer, but allowing them unstructured time to hang out
The ultimate games bundle
Enter at cityparent.com to win a selection of games from Mattel and Asmodee to inspire family time including Uno, Balderdash, Get packing and Spot It! The ultimate games bundle is valued at $190.
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Most weekends during the summer, if we’re in town, we invite a few friends over for a barbecue at our house. Things are usually pretty low key – we pick up a few drinks, throw some sausages on the grill,
As a writer and a publisher, I’ll admit that I can be a bit picky about books, but when it comes to the kids books I’ve seen recently, I think I’m justified in being a little disappointed.
It’s not all books
By Christine Davis
Black Fly Tequila Shaker Shots
Shake up your shots with these Mexican-inspired tequila poppers that feature premium ingredients including Mexican tequila, real lemon and lime juices, soda and a hint of salt. Plus they come in a unique test
I took my two younger kids to see the Toronto Raptors’ championship parade and rally in Nathan Phillips Square.
We had to get up at 5 a.m. to catch the train to Toronto, then walk from Union Station to the square,
One of the curious side effects of fostering and adopting is that you usually end up with a whole lot more parenting instruction than if you have biological children. Whereas it’s possible to get pregnant on a whim (or even
It’s getting into the season where your weekend calendar will be filling up with weddings. And for parents some of these events welcome your littles to attend as mini-guests or to play an important role in the big day. The