Ah, mom jeans — better or worse than 24/7 yoga pants?
As a parent, teaching your small child to approach a stranger’s house with an outstretched bag feels a little like designating a day when it’s okay to touch all the burners on the stove.
Halloween is approaching, and, if you have children, so too are expenses you likely don’t care for. But there are ways around an expensive All Hallows’ Eve, and they don’t involve sitting the holiday out. Or telling your kids it’s not happening.
You don’t need cable to entertain your kids these days. Even if you don’t feel like taking them to the library to rent DVDs, there’s always YouTube. Not having cable makes it slightly easier to filter out the crap and watch only the good shows, but it’s not completely foolproof. At any rate, here is a guide that will hopefully give you some ideas of shows to look for and shows to steer your children away from.
Heather McCuen and Darcy MacDonald brought their respective six-and-a-half-year-olds to check out some of POP Montreal’s Kids Pop offerings, and reported back from the half-pint hipster scene.
Kids are awesome. Our childless friends, though, may not always feel the same. Here’s how to make sure your child-heavy priorities don’t result in strained friendships.
If you’re childless and petless and you’re trying to decide whether you should get a cat or have a baby, this article is for you!
Montrealers know how to make the most of every season, and the coming of the fall — sorry for using the F-word — brings with it a whole new list of cheap, kid-friendly stuff to do. The apple-picking season has begun, so here are five reasons to put your tam tams and white pants back into storage and head to the orchards with your children in tow.
In hindsight, perhaps it wasn’t a terrific idea to let my 3-year-old son watch a Doctor Who episode called “Asylum of the Daleks.”