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Tips for Surviving a Heat Wave
Tips for Surviving a Heat Wave

The City of Vancouver has issued an alert about a prolonged period of hot weather. I know there are many of you out there who love the heat, who have experienced hotter temperatures, but heat makes my kids and me grumpy. I’ve always joked with my husband that when we retire
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Plan the Perfect Sleepover
Planning the Perfect Sleepover

Brace yourself, parents, you can do it! You can host a sleepover and come out the other side grinning! The trick? Activities, activities, food, activities, and a good night’s sleep! Sure there will be hours of whispering, giggling and storytelling, but eventually the micro-sized socializers will succumb to exhaustion. So
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Accessible Family Fun in Metro Vancouver
Don’t Let Mobility Issues Hold You Back! Accessible Family Fun in Metro Vancouver

This summer a sweet friend’s young daughter broke her femur. With a month of summer holidays left my friend asked for suggestions of accessible family fun in Metro Vancouver. A list of family outings that her daughter could master on crutches. I drew a blank. How awful is that?! It’s
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Value Village Feature
7 Budget-Friendly Crafts From Value Village! {Printable Giant Bubble Recipe Included}

Summer is just around the corner. Families can look forward to warmer weather, plenty of outdoor activities and, of course, summer holidays! This year, why not make the best of that time off school and spend some time bonding as a family by making a craft or two? Family crafting doesn’t need to
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Playgrounds with Serious WOW Factor - Habitat Systems Inc playgrounds
Not to Be Missed Playgrounds!

It’s got to be the most famous playground out there! If you haven’t experienced it yourself, you must have at least seen pictures of it on Facebook. Queenston Park’s Playground in Coquitlam has got to be the coolest playground ever. Habitat Systems Inc is the mastermind of that ingenious playground. Seriously, a playground
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Teaching Kids About Elections

As the provincial draws near we thought it may be fun to teach our kids a little bit about the election process. Since the kids are elementary school aged we decided to keep the concept simple and make it a bit fun. Our election was for the position of Premier
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