Tiny Tummies brings new healthy baby food option to the table

There are plenty of options to choose from when it comes to baby food. Pouches and jars are popular choices for parents because they’re affordable and convenient, but how nutritious are they? Enter Tiny Tummies, a new Vancouver-based baby food company created by sisters Cheryl and Christa. Together, they’ve set out on a mission to … Continue reading Tiny Tummies brings new healthy baby food option to the table

Click & Collect: a simple, stress-free way to grocery shop

Whether your kids turn into crazed, chocolate junkies at the checkout, or you just plain hate grocery shopping, Superstore's Click and Collect service is an absolute must-try. I know, I was skeptical too. There has to be a catch, right? Some hidden fee buried deep down on your bill somewhere. Well, as soon as my little, … Continue reading Click & Collect: a simple, stress-free way to grocery shop

Ring in the new year at these family-friendly events around Vancouver

Grab the noise makers and party hats, the countdown to the new year is almost here. Celebrate with the whole family at these events in Vancouver that end before midnight for the littlest party animals in the family. Concord's New Year's Eve Celebration Take advantage of TransLink’s free service on December 31 and head down … Continue reading Ring in the new year at these family-friendly events around Vancouver

5 reasons breastfeeding past infancy is hard

Breastfeeding is one of the hottest parenting topics on social media. Our feeds are packed full of proud warrior mamas fearlessly nursing their babies in public. There’s even murmurs of a breastfeeding emoji coming to smartphones. But part of the conversation that's missing, is the challenge moms face when nursing past the infancy stage. I’m on board with the “breast is best” … Continue reading 5 reasons breastfeeding past infancy is hard

That fleeting urge to have another baby

Admission: I watch Degrassi when I work out. I won't dive into a psychological biopsy of why a 32-year-old mom would be interested in a teenage soap opera, but one particular episode I watched last week caught my emotions off guard. During the episode, a teen couple was struggling with the unyielding tribulations of everyday parenthood following their unplanned … Continue reading That fleeting urge to have another baby