Breaking bread together while apart

Flour has been scarce in our neighbourhood grocery stores for more than a week. Seems bread making and baking in

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Get a taste of the sweetest season of the year

The sweet season begins and ends with the running of maple sap that has been awakened by warm sunshine.  Totally

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Finding an environment for grace

Seeing cases of bottled water in grocery carts brings out the judgmental and bossy me that I wish to replace

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Not your last day

Live each day as if it is your last. You’ve likely heard this advice and maybe given it some thought.

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Upfront: What do we really need

We all have too much stuff. We have so much stuff in fact that there’s an industry built around organizing

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Parenting with style

Parents at any stage of their children’s lives can learn to be better at parenting. It’s a role that evolves

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Learning to be a better parent

One of the curious side effects of fostering and adopting is that you usually end up with a whole lot

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Off to see the Wizard

If you follow the Yellow Brick Road it will lead you right to the Elgin Theatre this holiday season where

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Glue, paper, scissors rock

By Jane Muller I associate the sound of scissors cutting through construction paper with Mr. Dressup and the craft projects he

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Magical money leaves them toothless for toonies

By Jane Muller The tooth fairy is a major source of income for kids. Not sure about the logistics of

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