Sara Curtis


Teach your child to deal with disappointment

Learning to deal with disappointment helps children become resilient.

Learn CPR for your baby’s sake

Parents and caregivers should consider learning CPR as an insurance policy.

Avoid labelling your child

It’s something most parents are guilty of, at least occasionally: sorting our children into tidy categories.

How to deal with a sensitive preschooler

How do you deal with a kid who cries at the drop of a hat and take ages to calm down?

Is it normal for tweens to have an insatiable appetite?

Your kid is somehow able to fit in an enormous amount of food. Where is your 12-year-old putting all this food?

Is it okay to let your child quit an extracurricular activity?

Your child complains about an extracurricular activity every week. Should you let him quit?

Travel Canada’s capital cities: Yellowknife, N.W.T.

Whether you're planning a family road trip or a weekend staycation, check out our list of things to do in Canada's capital cities.

Pick the right pet for your family

Adding an animal to your family can be a wonderful way to teach children about responsibility.

Choking: A major safety issue for toddlers

It’s how little ones learn about the world, but also a major safety issue. For a toddler, the world is to be explored, but because much of that exploration is done orally, it’s also full of potential choking hazards. Choking occurs when a foreign object – such as a hard piece of food...

Should babies go on diets?

A chubby baby isn't necessarily a healthy baby, according to a new study.