Vancouver Mom > Highlight

Looking for some interesting Metro Vancouver moms to follow on the web, Instagram, Twitter or Facebook? Check out these amazing women. They share a bit about what makes them tick and few places with their kids, girlfriends, spouses and families from parks and playgrounds to cool cafes and restaurants. Ten must follow Metro Vancouver moms…

mom style

Fall fashion guest post by super stylish mom (of 3), Jen Pistor  Just as we master our mom uniform for summer, we are now transitioning into fall and scouring our closets for our next go to look. We all want an outfit that is easy, quick, but stylish. A staple summer item for many of…

This week’s Mom to Follow is Xanat Guiot (AKA Shan), a Vancouver blogger and public relations consultant. Originally from Mexico, before becoming a mom and moving to Canada three years ago, she used to work as a PR Account Supervisor for a global agency. One of her passions is writing, so when she came to Canada,…

We all know that Instagram can bring out the faux perfect in all of us from coiffed hair and magical sunsets to Dwell-like interiors (AKA a tidy corner of the room) not to mention our beaming, filtered children. But for youth, in particular girls, the “body perfection trap” is particularly insidious. This quest for perfection…

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Rosé after Labour Day …

As soon as that calendar flips over to September, we suddenly start talking about pumpkin spice everything, even if we are still getting sunburns, the heat is beating down on us, and we’re wearing shorts. Well to protest that, yes, we do need to have a glass of rosé after Labour Day, and luckily there are lots to choose…

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Five fall family runs

Kid-friendly runs are a great way to challenge and motivate your family. Regardless of the course, the terrain or the obstacles, nothing will beat the look of accomplishment on your child’s face when they cross the finish line. Remember: the family that runs together, stays together! Or at least they get some exercise and create some fabulous…

Free range moms, latchkey kids, helicopter parents …  it’s hard to know where to strike the balance between freedom, independence and safety sometimes. While the government of BC hasn’t specified any minimum ages where children can be home alone or unsupervised, the Supreme Court ruled that children under 10 should not be left home unsupervised….