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.

2019 Top Toys

Our 2019 toy guide was expertly tested by elves (okay, fine, kids) at Kids & Company and in our community. We're sure you'll find something for all the littles on your list.

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...

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.

Smartick: 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. - Sponsored

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.

5 ways to squeeze out the last moments of summer

Moms and dads are in countdown mode to the first day of school but there's still time to make a few more summer memories.

The Benefits of Eating as a Family

Although sitting down and eating together may not happen overnight, here are five ways to help bring people back to the dinner table to establish more meaningful connections.

In Praise of the ’80s Summer

Remember how summer used to be in the '80s? Less scheduled fun and less fussing. Editor-in-chief Katie Dupuis is taking the freedom approach this summer by letting her girls go outside and have fun.

Photo Essay: Summer Through A Kid’s Eyes

We asked six kiddos to take pics of their quintessential summer experiences. Good news: Ice cream and sunsets still reign supreme.

Letter From The Editor: A Fresh Perspective

Our editor-in-chief Katie Dupuis used to find spring too unpredictable to be enjoyable, but having kids gave her a new outlook.