Spring poses risk for traumatic brain injury

The first day of spring is just two days away. As it slowly but surely makes its appearance here in Belleville, Ontario, it is the time of year when many of us including our children can’t wait to venture outdoors and enjoy the warm weather. While summer is often referred Continue Reading

Easy ground Chicken Salsa Meatloaf Recipe

Today I am putting a twist on moms classic meatloaf.  I have traded in my go to lean beef and substituted it with ground chicken for an easy to make chicken salsa meatloaf.  Ground chicken is a healthy choice for recipes as it is lower in calories and fat then Continue Reading

Valentine Day Crafts kids will love

Ontario weather has brought about a lot of bus cancelations and snow days. If your children are stuck inside during off school days why not grab your supplies and get your little scholars hands busy making some Valentine Day crafts. Heart Puppy Dog Paper Craft The first craft we made Continue Reading

How to claim your Amazon Baby Registry Welcome Box

  I have read various posts on Facebook that state the Amazon baby registry is a scam. It isn’t actually.  There are a few steps you need to follow in order to claim your welcome box from Amazon though. Most moms-to-be already have an Amazon account, so creating an Amazon Baby Registry Continue Reading

What is the proper amount for the tooth fairy to leave

If you are wondering what is the proper amount for the tooth fairy to leave you’re not alone. My daughter lost her first tooth on Monday and I had no idea what to leave. Needless to say she went to bed excited to see what the tooth fairy would bring. Continue Reading

Support No Baby Unhugged

National Hugging Day is an annual holiday occurring on January 21. With hug day being a week away I want to tell you about the “No Baby Unhugged” program. The No Baby Unhugged program is a Canadian initiative by Huggies Canada.  The program involves volunteers visiting Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Continue Reading