The Cloverdale Rodeo Rocks

Daddy Blogger was doing the Daddy thing last week for his amazing daughter's birthday. Since he was once again invited to attend this amazing Rodeo event, I will share my adventures on behalf of him with all of you- enjoy! ----- A Great Experience at the Cloverdale Rodeo. There is so much to do in Vancouver and all over BC, and the experience of being at the Cloverdale Rodeo this past … [Read more...]

Taking a Child on Holiday as a Single Dad

This is a guest blog post about traveling with children as a single dad. Taking a Child on Holiday as a Single Dad As a single dad, the idea of taking your kids on vacation can seem a bit daunting, but why not take a look at some of the operators that specialize in single parent holidays? You can get great deals by booking a late holiday, and there are many companies catering for single moms … [Read more...]

How to Enjoy a Top-Notch Vacation Without Spending a Lot

This blog post is brought to you by Julie Brookes about Affordable Travel. If you are going traveling with your family this summer, this is a great read as it overviews a few different options for saving money as you travel so you can use the money you save to extend your trip, try out new experiences, or buy more souvenirs to bring home! How To Enjoy A Top-Notch Vacation Without Spending A … [Read more...]

The Social Media Safe Dad

This is a guest blog post by Sean Smith who writes about being a Social Media Safe Dad: The Social Media Safe Dad Being a Dad is awesome. It is also a challenge, in today’s world of technology and the global influences attached to that technology. Things like wireless Internet access, mobile devices and Social Media, make protecting your child from unhealthy influences, has become a real … [Read more...]

Potty Training in 3 Days!?!

This is a guest blog post by Erika Sedlmair, a passionate wife and dedicated mom of a young boy Matias, who lives just outside of Vancouver, Canada. Make sure you check out Erika's website: In this insightful blog post, Erika shares her experience potty training her son in only three days. Potty training in 3 days!? By Erika Sedlmair Among the different … [Read more...]

Vancouver Preschool Options

This is a guest blog post by Nicola Lott, the owner of Notch Hill Learning, a play based learning specialist, the author of "When Should I teach my kids the Alphabet?, and a Montessori Mum. You can find more of Nicola's blog posts and writing at Sailor Mum. In this insightful article, Nicola writes about different Preschool options with some things to think about as well as some great links and … [Read more...]

Sex After Baby

This is a guest blog from Lesley Stedmon, a Vancouver-based sex and intimacy coach, who answers a reader's question about having sex after a baby. My partner and I have not had sex since our baby was born a year ago. I’m feeling pressure to do it but feel emotionally disconnected from my partner. What can I do? Having a baby is an intimately bonding experience between two people. You shower … [Read more...]

Justice Kids

This is a guest blog from Matt Bane - intern for Justice Kids. Matt is a 2011 graduate of Taylor University with a BA in Christian Educational Ministry. Though he isn't married or expecting yet, he has loved working with kids of a variety of ages since High School, and can't wait to be a dad someday! Matt has a passion for seeing schools, daycare centers, and churches or other organizations … [Read more...]

Five Helpful Tips for Traveling with Kids

This is a guest blog post by Kendra Thornton - a Travel advocate, TV spokesperson, PR businesswoman, proud wife and mama of 3. Kendra is a long time travel expert who has been packing her bags and traveling the world since she was 3 months old! She's found her utmost desire in life is right here in her own home. Kendra has mixed her excitement for travel by bringing the taste of authentic cuisine … [Read more...]

Motherless Daughters raised by Fathers

With a love for writing, over the last few years Sarah-Jane has been an active blogger, reflecting on her personal life and faith journey while touching on topics that hit close to home, the church, society, and our culture.  Such topics can often times be controversial and polarizing within the church and our society but with what she writes she invites her readers to engage in respectful … [Read more...]