Katie Dupuis, Editor-in-Chief

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Katie Dupuis is a veteran of the magazine industry in Canada. With two little girls at home she is deep in the parenting trenches, and has a passion for supporting other moms and dads with top-notch content.

A New Tradition

At the end of a difficult year, our editor-in-chief Katie Dupuis is starting a new tradition with her girls -- one that has deep roots in her memories.

A Perfect Holiday Dinner from Mary Berg’s Kitchen Party

Most of us probably think of roasted turkey with all the trimmings when we imagine a holiday meal, but this year we're suggesting you re-invent the menu with the help of Mary Berg (yes, that Mary Berg, from Masterchef Canada!). We loved the...

A Picture-Taking Pause: One Mom’s Resolution

In a world where we document ev.er.y.thing, writer Rosemary Counter has decided to be present in her memories instead of taking pictures of them.

Christmas Morning Breakfast Ideas from Katie Mitzel

You can picture it now, can't you? Happy, bright-eyed kids (it's probably 5am, let's be real), coffee or hot chocolate (with or without Bailey's) and snow falling softly outside. Sounds idyllic, right? We're with you. But eventually the cries of "I'm hungry!" will start to drown out...

#putdownthephone: Festive Popsicle Stick Ornaments

A crafty solution for a chilly afternoon inside, these festive cuties make for perfect homemade gifts.

Photo Essay: What Does Fall Look Like?

It turns out kids aren't always opposed to doing homework, if the assignment is to capture the beauty in fall. Over Thanksgiving weekend, we asked three families to take snaps of autumn in all its glory, as they see it, and the pictures we got back...well, scroll...

5 Ways to Celebrate Halloween That Aren’t Trick-or-Treating

Most of us grew up thinking that trick-or-treating is the gold standard in Halloween celebration, but not all kiddos are into the door-to-door candy mission. Here are some alternatives.

6 things I’ve learned in the first month of school

There came a point by early October that the sheen had worn off and it felt more like business as usual, instead of an exciting new beginning.

Integrating Math Into Everyday Life

Editor-in-chief Katie Dupuis saw first-hand how math can be made a part of a daily routine, with help from Smartick.

5 ways to get kids to talk about their day

Tired of the one-word answers when you ask your kid to talk about their day? Try these five tips to get the conversation rolling.