In honour of #betterspeechandhearing month, I wanted to share the story behind the passion for improved access to resources for children that are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, and the advocacy for better hearing health; our Em. Our sweet Em was born in December 2012. When Em reached about 10 months we started to have … Continue reading Meet Em!
With school being out because of COVID-19, there's been TONS of schedules for parents. Thirty minute intervals of something filling every portion of the day. For some families, that works great. But for others (like ours) that's unrealistic. With 3 kids aged 7, 5, and almost 2, breaking our day in 30 minute intervals just … Continue reading Thriving with Routines
As parents we often feel this huge burden that we have to be the perfect parent all the time. Our kids need to eat three square meals a day. If they're not at school, we must home school. Must limit TV watching every day. We must never loose our cool, and if we do we're … Continue reading It’s Okay to be Imperfect
Living in Saskatchewan means it gets pretty darn cold around here! You know like...-45 C cold that often lasts for days!Too cold to do anything outside which leaves kids pretty bored. When the weather gets cold, it's easy to utilize tech to keep out littles distracted. But there are other ways! One of my favourite … Continue reading Snow Play