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Mom’s day out? It’s on your resolution list right? Fact: every once in a while, mom needs to make time for herself and do something that’s just for her to relax and recharge. So moms, this is for you: a list of great ways to spend a day on your own. Try one, try two…

Does your child have trouble focussing, processing information, reading, or understanding their school work? Do you have a funny feeling that something’s not quite right? Parents are often the first to notice that something’s off kilter. If you are aware of the common signs of a learning disability, you’ll be able to recognize potential problems early…

Did you know that Vancouver has some of the cutest baby and toddler models? They represent local businesses, most of them run by mamas! Here are Vancouver’s very own mini models who are rocking it on Instagram. Six of our fave Instagram baby & toddler models @Ma.vie.avec.trois A post shared by @ma.vie.avec.trois on Sep 25,…

Headed eastbound? Explore Coquitlam! It’s much more than IKEA and Crash Crawlys; it’s a nature-lovers paradise packed with fun things for families and kids from arts, culture and history to stunning walks and hikes. Five fun things to do in Coquitlam with the family Bike and picnic at Mundy Park Touted as the largest park in…

As if a stunning gondola ride with sweeping views of the ocean, forest, and snow-capped mountains wasn’t enough, the Sea to Sky Gondola offers even more wintry (and cozy) things to do this winter! Coming up is a family performance by kid fave Norman Foote; the Gondola’s weekly Sunday Social (with pancakes, demos, and crafts), a…

For 17 days, hundreds of restaurants across the city will entice you with mouth-watering dishes and experiences at wallet-approved prices. Dine Out Vancouver is a great way to try out that restaurant you’ve always wanted to visit, and a fantastic way to introduce your kids to new cuisine.

Raise your hand if you’ve ever rushed your child to emerg with a hacking cough, croup or an asthma attack feeling scared and small. It’s the stuff of nightmares. When things are working well, breathing is normal and natural, and we barely think about it. When our lungs (or those of our kids) are congested…

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