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Wardrobe Wednesday: Cold feet, warm heart?

Photo: ebay.com We’ve all heard the expression, cold feet, warm heart. Who in the world came up with that?! I am pretty sure we can all agree that cold feet lead to misery. If my feet are cold, I am a miserable lady. I may have a warm heart, but not when my toes are like little popsicles. I...
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Daycare hunt 101

We are so fortunate to be able to spend as much time with our babies as we do, but before we know it, choosing the right daycare is upon us. One week quickly turns in to one month, which quickly turns into one year (or earlier for some), and now we must figure out the next step as most moms need to ...
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Family

Wise Women Canada: Love The One You’re With: The Journey To Self-Acceptance

Have you noticed what’s popping up on your social media newsfeeds lately? I’m not talking about your friends’ kid pictures or Donald Trump memes. What I’m referring to is the stream of advertisements for the best concealer to hide your imperfections, the gym that will help yo...
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Food

Recipe: One-bowl chocolate cake

This cake mixes up quickly and bakes while we enjoy our dinner.  Ingredients 2 cups all-purpose flour 2 cups sugar 1/2 cup baking cocoa 2 teaspoons baking soda 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 large eggs, lightly beaten 1 cup canola oil 1 cup buttermilk 1 cup hot water ...
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Shopping

Lust Item: Oliver Reversible Blanket

This 100% brushed cotton blanket is reversible, featuring a rich charcoal on one side and a soft ash grey on the other. Super soft to the touch, this blanket is a brilliant blend of casual and elevated - the perfect addition to the foot of your bed. The Oliver reversible blanket is availab...
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Food

Recipe: Steel cut oatmeal for the crockpot

An easy make-ahead breakfast that will keep you warm and full till lunch. Ingredients 1 cup steel cut oats (DO NOT substitute old-fashioned or quick-cooking oats) 4 1⁄2 cups water 1⁄2 teaspoon salt 2 -3 tablespoons butter 1⁄2 cup dried fruit (raisins, prunes, apricots, da...
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Family

Morning routine shortcuts

Now that everyone is back into the swing of things with the return to school and work following holiday break, it's time to streamline that busy morning regimen. There's lots of "morning hacks" I've picked up along the way, so here are my best morning routine shortcuts. Get ...
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Activities

Family Activity of the Week: Fete Des Neiges

Fete Des Neiges is back and runs every weekend from January 20th until February 11th. Every day there is ice sculpting and shows, with more than 20 activities for the whole family. Check out the massive pirate ship made out of ice, try dogsledding, and meet the 37 mascots who will be on-site. Most a...
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Take advantage of winter sales

Believe it or not, retailers are already setting their sights on spring arrivals, so it's time to get rid of the winter inventory. What does that mean for you? Well, you can start taking advantage of winter sales right now! Whether your child needs a new snowsuit to get them through this season,...
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Food

Recipe: Instant Pot Chicken Noodle Soup

Instant Pot Chicken Noodle Soup made from scratch and in a fraction of the time. Delicious and hearty, loaded with noodles and chicken, this soup will warm the cockles of your heart. Ingredients 2 tbsp butter unsalted 1 large onion chopped 2 medium carrots chopped 2 stalks celery chopped 1 t...
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Family

What not to say to parents of a child with special needs

AUTISM... A JOURNEY I have been an Autism parent for eleven years now. A journey that has not always been easy, especially when my son was first diagnosed at the age of six. Although I knew that he was on the spectrum when he was 18 months, no one else believed me. His Paediatrician didn't see ...
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Supermom In Training: A letter to my 16-year-old self

Dear Jenn, Being 16 years old can be a bumpy road – lots of ups and downs and so many wonderful discoveries. When I was 16 I got my license (and took my first solo ride to the McDonalds drive-thru) and met my now-husband, my first real boyfriend. I took my SATs and had to start thinking and...
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