Today's Woman

March 17th is just around the corner, and although St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Tuesday this year, that does not mean you can not celebrate the day to its fullest.  We all know the rule for St. Patrick’s Day: wear green, or you’ll get pinched.  It appears our reviewer, Tanya will celebrate the day at work, by sporting some funky green St. Patrick’s Day straw Glasses from ou...[Read More]

If you have a young girl or young boy for that matter, I am pretty certain you have heard all about the Rainbow Loom craze. Rainbow Loom is so popular that even adults are trying this new hobby out. If you don’t know about the Rainbow Loom, let me tell you about it. Rainbow Looms are elastic rubber band bracelets that are created on a plastic grid with notches, called a loom. Rainbow Loom wa...[Read More]

Instagram has become one of the rising stars of social media. My 21 year old son is highly addicted. He may not have 27 million followers on Instagram; then again he isn’t an American television and social media personality, with a booty-baring selfie. Nonetheless, with diligent effort he has reached 800 followers, which isn’t bad for an Ottawa university student who loves taking photo...[Read More]

Pacifiers are a common item used by parents to soothe a fussy baby. In fact, researchers have found that babies who suck on pacifiers during their first 6 months have lesser risks for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Thus, pediatricians now recommend the use of pacifiers for babies. With so many pacifiers on the market though, which one do you choose? Recommended for babies from infancy all th...[Read More]

By Shawn DesRochers Monopoly has been a favorite board game for family and friends in one form or another for over a century. Originally created by Charles Darrow in 1933,  who made a prototype of the new game using materials from around his home. He used a piece of oilcloth that had been a table covering for the game’s board, cut the houses and hotels out of scraps of wooden molding and typed the...[Read More]

Just before my daughter made the transition from crib to toddler bed, we entered her room to find that she had unzipped her pajamas and was standing stark naked in her crib. I know that I am not alone in this situation. Many toddlers go through a stage where they take off their pajamas and their diapers at night. This would be a milestone of which most parents would be proud if dirty diapers were ...[Read More]

This giveaway has now ended. Thank you to all who entered. Congratulation to Jeannie. From my daughter’s favorite purple dinosaur comes the words. “It’s Cold , Burr ! I wish I had fur. I wish I was a bear with furry, furry hair. It’s cold!” It is cold indeed, and our friends at Warm Buddy have just the Giveaway to help you warm up. If you been reading my blog at all, ...[Read More]

Children normally begin to start dressing themselves with different levels of coordination and difficulty around 18 months – 2 years old. By three years of age, most toddlers get dressed all by themselves. They however, still may need help with Velcro, snaps, zippers, and buttons. One way to help your child learn to dress is to give them lots of opportunities to practice. There are various d...[Read More]

Sign In

Lost Password

Sign In