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"Children need to be occupied, they need structure, they need predictability," the experts tell us. Heaven help you if you don't make sure to keep those sticky little hands busy between late June and Labour Day every year. After all, children need structure right? No they don't.
Lucy Maud Montgomery’s “Anne of Green Gables” has been brought to life through film and TV on multiple occasions. But no reimagining has touched our hearts more than CBC’s classic 1985 TV movie, featu...
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Start their love of reading early!
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"I know it can be difficult to teach our children about something we may not understand ourselves," the Langley mom writes, "But this is a great opportunity and life lesson to have with your child."
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“After I came out of the shock I was like, ‘Oh no, there goes the security deposit,' because we rent.”
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Another week, another (seven) killer pregnancy style looks from Lively.
Thank you, dads, for always making us laugh.
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The mom-to-be miscarried at seven weeks pregnant.
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A diploma didn't hold these high rollers back.
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Who does the dishes on Father's Day?
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The couple already has a 20-month-old daughter named Wyatt Isabelle.
Wait until you hear what his dad wanted to name him instead.
"He's always like this. He's caring and loving and just likes to help everybody."
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We all have dirty little secrets. You know, the kind that you would be mortified if anyone were ever to find out. Most people's deepest secrets are well kept. My parenting secrets are not. I have an autistic son with no filter and he ensures that no secret is safe in our house.
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I resented the man you became, Dad. I truly resent you, even to this day. But I will use your failures as a way of guiding myself through fatherhood. Consider it your contribution to my life, years after you had given up on me, that I will never end up alone and away from the people I love.
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Lane Graves was grabbed by the gator Tuesday night.
Misspelling common names to make them unique is a growing trend, so we might as well embrace it.
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Deacon is now 12 years old.
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Last week they published an examination of vaccine hesitancy in Canada. Based on their results, the reasons behind the concern over vaccine may be far more troublesome than anyone believed.
The 49-year-old chef and his wife were expecting a baby boy.
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Eddie Justice was among those killed when a gunman opened fire at the Pulse nightclub.
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Prince George will turn three next month.
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Maggie, 17, joined dad Tim McGraw at the CMT Music Awards.
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However, the fastest-rising baby names revealed some diverse choices.
It's every parent's (and person's) worst nightmare.
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Ezekiel Stephan died in March 2012.
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"You made me dump out nearly two weeks worth of food for my son."
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"We believed he was going to come back, that souls come back. We didn't want to acknowledge he was gone."
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As weeks, months and years fly by, we are all missing opportunities to talk about real things -- important things -- with our parents. There are things that only they can answer or explain. Sadly, the reality is that when they pass, many of those answers, explanations and stories will go with them. So why are we wasting time? Why don't we ask them the questions that would explain events that shaped them, decisions they made and important lessons they learned? Questions that would yield new insights, understanding and compassion... for people we think we know so well?
Physicians have not effectively confronted pot-related myths, nor have we adequately educated our patients. When I tell parents about marijuana's risks, they often express shock. Many believe it's like oregano... a safe "natural product" that adds a little spice to life. But pot is not benign.