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Painting With Fruits and Veggies

Here is a fun way to get creative with paint and food!

Helping Your Child See the Math Connections in Everyday Life

Imagine a day without math. Easy, you are probably thinking. I don’t use math often. Just people like engineers and accountants use math.

What is Giant Hogweed?

If you’re on the internet, you have probably seen posts about a plant that looks harmless but can cause serious burns to the skin and possibly even blindness. Giant hogweed is a perennial plant that is being found more and more in the Halton Region and it is important to know a few facts about it.

Financial next steps for Dad’s preparing for newborns

To make life a little easier for Dad’s, here are five items that will help you financially in preparation of your newborn and things to consider after birth.

Does your child have a vision problem?

Parents often tell me they “KNOW” their child can see….are you one of them?

Must Have's for Kids Starting Kindergarten

September is rearing its ugly head which means the first day of school for a lot of our little ones’s. Many parents don’t know where to begin when it comes to getting our kids ready for their first day of kindergarten. We posed the question to our “experienced” moms and came up with a great list to get you started!

NEWSPAPER PIRATE HATS

Ahoy! Grab some recycled things from around the house and make some pirate garb!

Crafts Preschool Toddler

DEVELOPMENTAL DELAYS - PREVENT, TREAT & OPTIMIZE

As a mother, I have spent the large part of the last 7 years worrying. Worrying about my kids before they were born. Worrying about labour. Worrying about feeding. Worrying about kids getting hurt. Worrying when they are sick. Worrying, worrying, and worrying.

KEEPING UP WITH YOUR CHILD'S IMMUNE SYSTEM

The immune system is one of the most important systems of the body to develop. Many people are unaware how much a child’s immune system development impacts their overall health for the future.

10 TIPS FOR TRAVELLING WITH A TODDLER

We decided to take my son, Eric to visit his grandfather and we wanted to do it before he turned 2 so that we wouldn't have to pay for an extra ticket. We did our best to prepare; I even solicited suggestions from other moms in order to be as prepared as one can be.

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