Today's Woman

By Rose I’m sure that some of our readership will agree that there’s nothing like a nice cup of hot tea on a cold day or a refreshing glass of ice tea on a hot day. If you’re a tea drinker- like I am, you might want to consider brewing a cup for your child as well. While I would not recommend giving a child a cup of Earl Grey or English breakfast (my favorite teas, both of which ...[Read More]

Brain Boosting Toys By Rose Designed for children aged 3 to 8, Trucky 3 isĀ  quite the brain teaser with 48 exciting challenges that are easy at first, then gradually become more and more difficult to solve. The object of the game is to fill up one or more trucks using one, two, or three trucks and different blocks as shown in the included booklet. None of the puzzle pieces should stick out higher ...[Read More]

By Tanya I love to watch my daughter swim. She is enrolled in swimming at our local YMCA. In order to protect her eyes during swimming I assist on her wearing goggles. When choosing swimming goggles for my daughter it was important that I did my homework in order to find the perfect pair that would protect her eyes from bacteria, chemicals, and other substances found in pools. It was also very imp...[Read More]

April 17th is National Pet Adoption Weekend. Now in its fifth year, Pet Valu Pet Appreciation Month raises much-needed money and supplies to support abandoned, homeless and abused animals in our communities. So far, thanks to the annual April Pet Appreciation Month event, Pet Valu and its customers have donated more than $3.3 million to North American animal rescue charities and found homes for ov...[Read More]

How to Make a Doggie Birthday Cake Making a dog-appropriate birthday cake is a fun way to celebrate Fido’s special day. Introducing the first ever microwavable doggie birthday cake that will have your dog wagging his tail and begging you for more. You can make this cake in 3 min or less! I was taken by how simple this Doggie Birthday Cake was to make. It was so easy, that even a child could ...[Read More]

By Alex Summers When I went back to school in 2014, picking a major was the easy part. I already knew that I wanted to go into nursing, and that I wanted to focus on radiation therapy. My step-mother was diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2011, and had to go through radiation as part of her treatment. She went into full remission, and I credit the radiation therapists not only with helping her reco...[Read More]

Just in Time for Easter! With Easter quickly approaching, you may be struggling to come up with ideas for your 1-3 year old Easter basket. Every Easter basket deserves a book. Preschoolers love the ritual of reading with mommy or daddy, and each time you snuggle on the couch with a story, your little one is learning to foster a love of words and reading. Ollie’s Easter Eggs, by Olivier Dunre...[Read More]

by Tanya K With most schools, camps, and school-aged programs requesting that all of your child’s clothing and belongings be labelled, purchasing premade, personalized labels is definitely the easiest route to go. Labels and stickers have never been easier to source either. Many online websites offer different options of personalized labels. In my search for personalized bag tags and customi...[Read More]

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