Nurture

There are a few items out there that can make navigating the wonderful but chaotic transition from one to two more manageable for parents. When I was due with my second child, I felt confident that I had every item I needed to successfully conquer the ups and downs of having another baby. It took
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If we’ve learned anything from the last three years of pandemic parenting, it’s the difference between what actually matters—like family, work-life balance, and coffee—and what doesn’t, like pants that aren’t leggings. And as we approach the holiday season with that perspective in mind, perhaps it’s time to re-evaluate some of the traditions we’ve taken on
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‘Tis the season for giving and receiving. But isn’t it nice when you can find a holiday gift that does a little something extra? From providing meals to supporting girls in developing countries, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite gifts that give back this holiday season. 1. Hand Knit Dolls Photo: Cuddle+Kind Each doll
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With Queen Elizabeth’s funeral around the corner, some people are wondering if any royal children will attend—and if kids should attend funerals in general. With Queen Elizabeth‘s funeral around the corner, some people are wondering if the royal children will attend. The question comes up in many families. Funerals make many parents nervous. They’re events
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Making responsible investment choices can make a positive difference for your family, the world and your pocketbook. Created for  As a parent, the list of responsibilities can be endless. Amid trying to manage all the tasks needed to keep kids healthy and safe, planning for their future and for future generations may seem like it
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Preparing kids for the future means engaging them in STEM now. Created for STEM permeates every aspect of our lives—and it will only increase in importance. “Science, technology, engineering and math are central to understanding a world that is changing as quickly as ours,” says Johanna Busch, Toronto-based Education Specialist for Let’s Talk Science. The
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If ever there was a year to travel in Canada with your family, this is it. We’re blessed with jaw-dropping landscapes, thrilling outdoor adventures and a trove of diverse cultural experiences. I should know—I’ve spent the past year criss-crossing the country in search of the top destinations for families for my book 25 Places in
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From portable blackout curtains to a splurge-worthy face oil that will make your skin more radiant than ever, you’ll love these new products. Our inboxes are flooded with the latest and greatest in new parenting products every day. Here are some of our most recent faves. Ranging from baby care to self-care, you’ll be sure
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I believed that dog adoption was a lifelong commitment and that only bad people give back pets—until my children’s safety was at risk. They called him a “foster fail.” My husband and I were graduate students when, of all the rescued greyhounds that had passed through our home as fosters, I decided to keep Axel,
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