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.

No-Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Balls

No-bake, chewy, chocolatey and loaded with peanut butter? Yep, it's happening. These little balls taste like cookies without all the work (and extra sugar). 

5 Screen-Free Ways to Use Your Smartphone This Summer

Smartphone use isn't all bad, folks! Here are five non-screen ways for your brood to get fun out of your phone this summer.

Want to Make Virtual School More Sustainable? Adjust the Expectations

For families across the country, virtual school is a serious challenge. But we could make it easier if we adjust the expectations.

Rock Art Cacti

Perfect as an afternoon craft project and to give as gifts, these rock art cuties are a fun way for kids (and parents) to flex their creative muscles.

5 Tips for Taking Awesome Pictures with Your Phone

We often fall into the trap of just snapping pictures quickly to capture a moment, but knowing a little bit about your phone's camera, coupled with tips for getting a great shot, might just make all the difference to your family albums. The camera roll on my phone is hilarious—it’s...

Dads, You’ll Love These 11 Parenting Strategies

More and more engaged fathers are taking on equal parenting responsibilities, and more and more women are prioritizing their careers—and yet, fathers still have limited support. Here's some tricks and strategies to help.

6 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.

What Not to Say to a Single Parent During COVID

When my marriage fell apart 18 months ago, I felt a lot of big things: grief, grief and more grief, fear, relief, worry (oh so much worry), hope, sadness, anger…I could go on and on. And in the months that followed, I felt like I was on...

These Education Apps Have Extended Their Free Trials

As much of the country continues to learn from home, we’re all looking for ways to engage our kids in something other than YouTube and TikTok (well, that’s my house at least. If I have to watch another compilation of people dressed up as Teen Titans characters,...

An Adventure in Fatherhood in Quarantine

It's an adventure in fatherhood in quarantine. Read on for how one dad is using the time at home with his kids to teach life skills.