Author Archives: canadiantravelmama

Dora the Explorer 3rd Birthday

Time becomes even more obscure¬†when you have a child. Days go by slowly, but months and years go by super fast. At times you can’t believe how fast your child has grown-up, and other times it feels like they have … Continue reading

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Kale Chips

Need a way to get more “greens” into your child? Try out kale chips tonight. They are quick¬†to make, and perfect for healthy snacks, or as a side dish with lunch or dinner. My 2-year old loves these as they … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Carving with a Toddler?

Recently, I have had Halloween decor conversations with coworkers and friends who have youngsters at home. Most agreed that decorating your home with cotton baton webs and plastic spiders is an easy and enjoyable for toddlers, but carving pumpkins is … Continue reading

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When Eva was 1.5 months we visited my sister-in-law and her family in the United States. This was Eva’s first road trip. During our stay we acquired clothing and toys that belonged to my niece and nephew, who are nearing … Continue reading

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Mickey Mouse Clubhouse 2nd Birthday

“Mickey Mouse!” “Minnie Mouse!” These are two of the most popular words I hear out of Eva’s mouth these days. From out of nowhere, she suddenly became obsessed with these beloved Disney stars. At first, we didn’t own any Mickey … Continue reading

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Happy Easter!

Despite spending part of the long weekend in bed with the flu, I did manage to have some special moments with my family this weekend and I hope you did too! The highlight was Eva’s first easter egg hunt and … Continue reading

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The Best of Both Worlds?

Today was an important one. I’m an elementary teacher and March 1 was the deadline to apply to work part-time for the upcoming academic year. Before I go further, I must say that I am very thankful that I have … Continue reading

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