I’m sure this local gem will have something on the menu that appeals to everyone in the family plus they offer a discount to anyone named Harry, Harrison or Leonardo DiCaprio. So Leo if you’re reading this, I’d be happy to show you around Harrison and take you to lunch at the Harrison Corner Cafe the next time you’re in town.
It was announced last week that children born in 2006 are now eligible to apply for the $1,200 education saving grant offered by the provincial government.
Previously the BC Training and Education Savings Grant was available to families whose children were born January 1, 2007 and later so this is great news for all of us parents who just missed the cut off because their kid was born just a touch too early.
Are you the parent of a 1-4-year-old? Then this event is for you!
Modern Mama is once again putting together a great line up of toddler focused topics at Toddlerfest 2015.
There will be experts like our own contributing writer Julie Romanowski from Miss Behaviour who will address how to deal with those dreaded toddler tantrums and come out on the other side with some positive discipline tricks up your sleeve.
We all strive for balance whether it’s balance in our day, balance between work and family, balance in our diet, balancing our budget or balancing play and learning. We are constantly trying to achieve that perfect balance.
I don’t know about everyone else but achieving balance in my budget and my day are far more complicated processes than finding a balance between play and learning. I’ve always been of the mind that allowing kids to play and be kids is one of the greatest developmental gifts us grown ups can give them. Kids grow up too fast and don’t really have that much time in the grand scheme of things to just be kids.
As you know I am a huge supporter of the Fort Langley Historic Site, we are there every chance we get and even tend to spend the night from time to time! So if you are looking for an educational experience for your kids this month pack up the family ...