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An Interview with Canadian Family Man Todd Talbot of TV’s Love It or List It

Let’s just admit it: Being a dad isn’t exactly a walk in the park. But being a dad during a pandemic? That’s basically Mission: Impossible. In a pre-pandemic study, conducted in 2019 by men’s health charity Movember, they found that 50 per cent of Canadian dads feel there’s more...

Dads, You’ll Love These 11 Parenting Strategies That Actually Work

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.

Is Your Kid A Hoarder? Tips For Helping Them Let Go

The word 'hoarder' might set off alarms, but hoarding isn't unusual behaviour in kids. Learning to let go is a life-long process.

Helping Children With Physical Disabilities Stay Active

It's a great idea to encourage children to be active as research shows that activity can greatly benefit kids’ physical and mental health. We have expert tips for helping your child stay active.

Tips For Introducing A New Partner With Kids Into Your Family

Worrying about the transition from single parent and kids to two parental figures plus more kids is understandable. We have tips to help make the transition go smoothly.

Why Did Teaching My Sons The Word ‘Vagina’ Feel So Awkward?

I had no problem teaching my sons the term penis. However, when my son asked what the female genitals were called, I was horror-struck and couldn’t get the word vagina to come out of my mouth.

How Dads Are Updating The Script On Fatherhood

It wasn't so long ago that fatherhood had a straight-up Don Draper mentality. Now, more and more dads are flipping the script on their expected roles, taking paternity leave, being stay-at-home dads and pushing away breadwinner expectations.

Tips To Make Mornings Easier

Morning preparations are generally best started the day before. A little planning and a sound mind (even if it’s not an entirely sane mind at dawn) will keep your mornings running more smoothly.

The Way You Talk To Your Child Can Improve Development

From reading together to prompting conversations with engaging questions, you're building your child's brain and helping their development.

Is It OK To Swear In Front Of Kids?

Maybe you have a potty mouth or just let the odd expletive slip when you're mad. Whichever the case, is it OK to swear in front of kids? Two moms and an expert weigh in.

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