Vancouver Mom > kids activities

This week’s Mom to Follow is Natassia Valli, mama of one, wife, part time HR professional and rookie mama blogger. Her little branch of the mama blogging world is focused on sharing her journey through motherhood, and baby/toddler fashion. In her spare time, Natassia and her family can be found outdoors exploring their neighbourhood of…

Outside of cherry blossom season, it’s hard to think of a better time for family snaps than autumn. Golden light meets pumpkin patches, apple farms, seawalls and leafy trails. And let’s not forget back to school! Here are a few of our favourite Instagrams. PS: Click on the photo to see the Instagrammer’s handle and…

Should my child be using a public or private server to play Minecraft? Is anyone moderating the uploaded user content on Roblox? Can someone please recommend an internet browser that provides child-appropriate, filtered search results? (The answer is yes!) Limiting screen time and turning off devices a couple of hours before bedtime are good rules…

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,…

Next time you’re flying along the Sea to Sky on your way to Whistler, stop by the Britannia Mine Museum. You will not be disappointed! It is a kid-friendly, educational but exciting outing for kids and parents. We wanted to hear more about this National Historic Site so we chatted with Britannia Mine Museum. Give us a…

Have you heard? There’s a new club in town for the under 10 set on the last Tuesday of the month at Tsawwassen Mills. This stunning mecca for shopping, art and fun hosts their FREE Mini Mills Club with special activities just for kids. Urban Safari at Tsawwassen Mills Bring the kids to the Mini-Mills Club so they can…

Sometimes, you need the kids to blow off some steam during the summer especially when the rain hits. You can’t do better than Sky Zone Surrey‘s amazing Trampoline park on that front. We chatted with Joanna Woronowicz, Sales and Marketing Manager about the madcap fun of a day (or summer camp) at Sky Zone. Give us a brief description…

One of the great things about summer is that heading outdoors is FREE. The last thing we need is the kids inside on their iPads or watching Paw Patrol reruns! When the weather is fine, there’s so much to do around Vancouver. Here are some ideas. Ten free (or cheap) outdoor activities for kids Go fishing Chill…

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