Some people are 'winter' people; I am not one of them. Once we hit -20-something with or without the windchill, I have zero interest in leaving the house unless absolutely necessary. With all the time we've been spending inside lately, it's nice to have some new DVDs from NCircle Entertainment to entertain us! Old favourites and new friends are keeping my 3 year old happy during these cold winter afternoons.
Octonauts: Pirate Adventures DVD Seven action-packed episodes that centre around Read more [...]
It's no secret that when the weather gets cold, I hibernate. Curling up on the couch with a good book is a favourite way for all of us to pass the time, and these are the books that my 5.5 year old and 3-almost-4 year old keep reaching for right now!
"The Mischevians" by William Joyce is on sale for $5 at Indigo now (not an affiliate link, just an awesome deal)! This book is very silly, a little gross at times, and never fails to make the girls laugh. I think "The Mischevians" will be the Read more [...]
It's February and I'm officially in the middle of my annual "winter is never going to end and I'm out of ideas for engaging my children" rough patch. Finding new, fun ways to keep us all entertained can be tricky, especially for my 3 year old when her big sister is at school and I have my own homework to get done. One fun way to help her stay active is by using our new LeapBand from LeapFrog!
In case you aren't familiar with the LeapBand, it is "the only activity tracker made for kids that Read more [...]
Just in time for Valentine's Day, the line of little sisters of the Lalaloopsy™ characters has expanded to include these adorable Lalaloopsy™ Sugary Sweet Littles. From left to right, let me introduce you to Wishes Slice O'Cake, Giggly Fruit Drops, Mallow Sweet Fluff and Whispy Sugar Puff!
Each Sugary Sweet Little comes with her own little sidekick. I was sent Giggly Fruit Drops by my friends at MGA Entertainment and when I opened the package, I knew I couldn't wait until Valentine's Read more [...]
I know I've said it before but I'm just not a New Year's resolutions kind of girl. Now that we're nearing the end of January, how many of you are still even thinking of your resolutions? I am on a few online forums and on one of them, a poster mentioned an idea from Christine Kane that really resonated with me:
"Pick a word for the year.
Just one word. That’s all.
Then, hold that word in your mind throughout the year, and let your word guide you to take action."
I've decided on "thoughtful" Read more [...]