Over the last week, I have been battling a house full of sick kids. It all started with me having a little tickle in my throat which led to a cold that I unfortunately shared with my youngest, Madison, who then shared it with her older sister, Samantha who then passed on the fun to my hubby. Between battling fevers, runny noses and sneezes I tried to get the courage and strength to help my…See More
Every once in a while I venture out into the real world with a mission to treat myself. Just a little something that will make me feel pretty again and give me that hint of colour that will make my complexion come to life and hide the lack of sleep I have been dealing with over the last 3 years. I know, alot to ask!! My big outing was to the local drug store a couple of weeks. I was looking…See More
Six months ago when I took Madison to her pediatrician, I noticed a bunch of strollers parked outside of the office. As I got closer to the door, I noticed a note on the door. In bold cap letters the sign clearly indicated a new no-stroller policy whereby strollers were no longer allowed in the office.Apparently our pediatrician is not the only one banning strollers from their office. The…See More
Are you looking for nutrient packed foods that contains the vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that are essential for the healthy growth and development of your child? Check out my list of kid and toddles superfoods! EggsEggs offer protein and vitamin D that helps the body absorb calcium. Eating protein at breakfast helps kids feel satisfied longer. OatmealResearch shows, kids who eat…See More
Kellogg's is recalling several sizes of its Special K Red Berries cereal because the cereal might contain glass fragments. At this time, there is no known injuries. Kellogg's has not stated how the glass might have gotten in the cereal.The cereal was distributed nationwide. Kellogg's says only the 11.2-ounce, 22.4-ounce, and 37-ounce packages are affected. See if your box has this information:11.2-Ounce PackageUPC Code 38000 59923Better if Used Before: DEC 02 2013 KNC 105 00:13 through DEC 02…See More
Samantha was potty trained before her 2nd birthday. I was surprised at how smooth, easy and quick a process it was. After about a week of no accidents, I ventured to the mall. A couple of hours into our outing Samantha looked up at me and said "Mommy I have to pee." I was thrilled and raced to the nearest washroom. Samantha seemed really excited about using the public washrooms. We entered…See More
Getting a toddler to eat their vegetables could be difficult to near impossible at times. This is where your creativity and your superior undercover skills in concealing the greens comes into play to get your kids to eat those pesky little things that are packed full of key vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that support healthy growth.Some toddlers love vegetables and others won't open…See More
You have been a trusted companion. Unfortunately, our time together is coming to an end. It seems that eventually all good things come to an end and you are no exception to the rule. Samantha has enjoyed the time you have given her to recharge her batteries while spending quality time with her many sleeping companions. Over the last month or so she has been using naptime as a time to talk, laugh, sing and play. I don't like to be the one to tell you this but you are beginning to be a nuisance…See More
Once you have a child, life takes a complete 360. What was once important to you is no longer a thought and doesn't even have a place in your life. Being a parent is the most rewarding, satisfying and fulfilling job I could ever ask for. At times it is a bit scary knowing that you are responsible for this little being who completely relies on you and looks up to you. As a parent we have the most significant impact on our child's development. The way we interact with our children, act around our…See More
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Brittany is a director of the Toxic Free Foundation and created the first ever Toxic Free Certification Program. Weekly, Brittany publishes the Toxic Free Blog and provides coaching to over 10,000 families in the United States alone. She is the author of a Toxic Free educational series and co-author of several Toxic Free learning programs. Brittany is also an award winning author.