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Tot Trot presented by Roach Family Real Estate

famiizuu is excited to announce that we have partnered with Roach Family Real Estate to present a Tot Trot as part of the famiizuu funfair this year. This kid focused race is 1 km in distance held at the Milton Fairgrounds and is a fun way to get the kids off their electronics and get active while supporting a wonderful cause. The race will be raising funds for the Halton Children's Aid Foundation.

Why milk is not the solution for better bones.

As Canadians, we have been educated for years that you need calcium to build strong bones and that milk and other dairy products are your best sources. This is not the full story.

Homemade Non-Toxic Natural Baby Wipes

The idea of homemade non-toxic baby wipes fall into the category of : “things that I would do differently, if I knew then, what I know now”. Here is an easy recipe to follow to make your own.

What Method of Sleeping Training is right for you and your baby?

Sleep Training...... A topic that raises debates with moms daily. Trying to figure out which one is best for you and your baby can be quite daunting. Check out these different methods and the pros and cons of each.

Fun ways to teach your child about Community Occupations

Our theme for February is all about Community Helpers. Here are some fun crafts and sensory bins to help teach your child about some of their future occupational goals!

Alphabet Play Baby Crafts Family Milton Preschool Toddler

Save The Date - The Mom Show - April 27, 2019

We had so much fun at The Mom Show last year we decided to do it again! Join us for the event that is made just for moms.

Top 10 Mommy Resolutions for the New Year

Well here it is. January 1, 2019.Time to make those new year resolutions if you haven't already. There is all the usual ones of get more fit and make more money but what do moms really want for this new year?

Knowing Your Rights When Suffering From Postpartum Depression in the Workplace

You expected this would be one of the happiest times of your life, but you’re feeling so miserable you can barely make it through the day. You love your newborn child dearly, but you also feel like running away. You’ve been told by well-meaning people that it’s common to have “the baby blues,” but it’s difficult to believe that anyone truly understands what you’re going through. You feel incredibly alone.

Are you worried your child has Autism or ADHD?

It is estimated that 1 in 6 Canadian children has a developmental delay. Are you worried that your child falls in those numbers? Dr. Sonya gives you tips on the signs to watch for.

Children and Youth Pharmacare Comes to Ontario

How does the new pharmacare plan titled OHIP+: Children and Youth Pharmacare affect families?

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