Author Bio:

After graduating university (many years ago) with a BA in English, Erin moved around from South Korea to various places in Saskatchewan, to Alberta, until she finally settled down in Saskatoon for a Creative Writing job at a local radio station. Shortly after she settled down even more with a man, house, and dog. In 2016 she added a baby boy to the mix. After her son was born, Erin became a Stay at Home Writing Mom. Lately, you can find Erin always searching for adventures, writing, crafting (not always well), playing (or arguing) with a kid, playing (or arguing) with a big dog, or drinking a glass of wine.


Posts by mccreaerin:

Getting out of the Self Isolation Blues with Fun Crafts and Activities

Posted on: January 21, 2021

We had to self isolate with my four-year-old son for the past few days. There was a child in his class that tested positive for Covid. This means we stay home to keep others safe and wait to see if we have Covid symptoms. I’ll be honest, I was not
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Furry Family Love – Dog Parks in Saskatoon

Posted on: January 19, 2021

My dog is a year older than my son. He’s part of our family. I’ve recently started taking him to a Saskatoon dog park every morning. We try to get there at the same time as the sunrise. Some days the whole family goes with us, and other days, just
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A Visit to Champetre County – A picture perfect Sleigh Ride

Posted on: January 14, 2021

My sister and I are always on the lookout for new Saskatchewan adventures. We haven’t had one in a while but decided we should head out to Champetre County for a sleigh ride. We booked a time earlier in the week and headed down on Sunday to explore this wonderful
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The Perfect Daytrip to Beaver Creek Conservation Area

Posted on: January 8, 2021

There is something about having a bird eat out of your hand that makes you feel like you are in a fairy tale. It’s one of my favourite things about Beaver Creek Conservation Area, and now that my son has learned to be a bit more patient, it’s something he
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