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Author Archives: Sarah Williams

But Mommm: Ending a Marriage

This is a guest post by one of our Mom bloggers over at Urban Parent St. John’s. It struck a chord with our followers there so we thought we would share it here as well. Thanks to Sara  for opening up, I’m sure it wasn’t easy to write about… by mom blogger, Sara Dunderdale In about two weeks, after a ... Read More »

A Dad’s Life: Ice Cream Moments

by dad blogger, Christopher Drew I know, I know Father’s Day is coming up. I should write about that. I should tell you about the breakfast each dad is hoping to wake up to, and the tie they are hoping you didn’t buy. But even though Father’s Day is just days away mentally I am somewhere else. I am on ... Read More »

Let’s Discover: Sediment Jar

Did you know every time it rains sediments are washed into our streams, rivers and lakes? The faster the water moves, the larger the amounts of sediments pulled down into the water stream. This process is the result of gravity! Gravity moves the water and the water mixes with soil and sediments. The sediment is composed of both living and ... Read More »

But Mommm: friends that are boys

by mom blogger, Deanna Cogdon Miller (Note: Names have been changed to protect the innocent) “Mom, some of the girls were teasing me today because I’m friends with Patrick.” As she stared at me intently and waited for my response, it took all of my willpower to not roll my eyes or show any emotion on my face. The truth ... Read More »

I’m Hungry: Fishy Fruit Dip

This is such a yummy recipe for a fruit dip that is a hit with the kids as well as the parents.  I’ve had to share the recipe enough over the last few years that it deserves a post…especially when you see how easy it is. It’s from the “Mom and Me Cookbook” by Annabel Karmel, which has loads of ... Read More »

But Mommm: Paying Their Way

by mom blogger, Tracy Ashley We’re a family that purposely doesn’t over schedule our kids with extracurricular activities but despite our best intentions between their activities and ours somehow the weeknights still fill up and fly by. Now, as the school-time activities start to wind down and wrap up, it’s nice to start to have our nighttime schedules open up ... Read More »

I’m Hungry: Mexican Fish Taco

It’s a sure sign of grilling season when Roger, our Fall River BBQ guy is back in our blog-sphere. For those of you who’ve followed us for a while you’ll know who we mean and are already scrolling down to check out his latest recipe. For any newbies…Roger is a local dad who probably loves his BBQ as much as ... Read More »

Lessons Learned: The Power of Literacy

The importance of reading is established, but we could talk all day about the research and data that supports this. Instead, I thought this topic could use a little humanization. After all, at the end of all those data points are individuals like you and me, dealing with their own versions of life’s ups and downs. So here is a ... Read More »

A Dad’s Life: RV Adventures (part 1)

My folks bought a massive RV earlier this year. It’s an idea that has been percolating for some time. I remember when I was a kid myself my father voicing a desire to own a cottage or camper. It has taken some time but here we are now. The RV Park officially opened up this weekend and apparently eager to ... Read More »

Q&A: Halifax Learning Summer Camp

Welcome to our newest blog – Q&A!  It’s a great chance for us to sit down with some of our favourite people, companies and  organizations to go in-depth on a topic, product or service. Our first question-n-answer session is with the team from Halifax Learning to find out more about their summer camp. We knew it was a little different ... Read More »