It's summer break! While I'm hoping that this won't be my last summer off, there is the possibility that I could be working next summer so I want to make the most of being home this year. We've started a "summer fun bucket list" of ideas for big and small things to do over July and August!
first up will be Canada Day festivities, both in Barrhaven and downtown!
take a double-decker bus; this has been on their bucket list for a couple of years now and it just hasn't happened. This is the Read more [...]
Bubbles have been a constant summer activity since my oldest was just a baby. There is something so joyful about watching children play with bubbles, whether they are chasing and popping them or finally learning to blow them without getting a mouthful of bubble solution! Less fun is getting light-headed because the cry of "more bubbles Mama!" never ends. My daughters are now 8 and 6 and they're ready for a ton of bubbly fun this summer thanks to Gazillion Giant Bubbles by Funrise.
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It's playoff season in some sport at all times, isn't it? Right now, we're cheering on the Ottawa Senators as they try to win the NHL Eastern Conference finals to advance to the Stanley Cup. I will fully admit to be a 'playoff fan' - I generally only watch hockey on TV once the Stanley Cup comes into play. OYO SportsToys is the only product on the market that combines sports and the love for building blocks together! Fans can collect, build and play with teams and players across the MLB, NHL, NFL, Read more [...]
When I picked Tim Gunn's phrase "Make it work" as my 2017 mantra, I had no idea how apt it would be! Since completing my Library and Information Technician diploma in January (and finally receiving it in March), I have been fortunate to have picked up quite a bit of work through the two school boards that I am working for. In fact, I have had full-time hours for all of April and May is looking to be the same; June is filling up quickly and then it's the summer break!
While I am used to being busy, Read more [...]
Believe me when I say that the hair struggle is real in this house. I'm a big fan of sending the girls to school with their hair tied back, but there are always little bits that don't want to cooperate, and between clips sliding around and headbands pinching behind ears, the end of day hair is usually a wreck. I came across Eaby Chic thanks to my friend Amy in 613 and was so happy when Jennifer sent me a variety of her sweet bows to try out!
For my daughters, we received a KARMA ELLA in Read more [...]