Sharon is a freelance writer who has been featured on HuffPost, Today's Parent, Babypost.com, LifeInPleasantville.com, and Parents Canada.
Sharon specializes in current topics relevant to parents with a dose of humour and humanity, as well as focusing on living a healthy lifestyle, and encouraging kids to be active. When she’s not writing, she walks dogs. Yes, it is pretty sweet.
No matter what the mom in your life asks for for Mother’s Day, this is something she probably truly wants. It’s something we all want, really.
It’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day ‘little’ things. Our day is about minutia. But looking at the big picture will help you become a better mom.
Take it from me, young parents… know who you are and choose wisely. The holiday traditions you begin you will be stuck with for a long, long, time.
Every year we start the summer fresh and full of fun plans. But inevitably the well runs dry. Here are some ideas that will keep you going when the going gets tough.
While your kids are munching on chocolate and peeps, it’s only fair that you indulge in a few treats of your own.
We’ve always stressed the importance of trying hard, having fun, and losing graciously. But, good sportsmanship means learning how to win graciously, too.
When I overheard someone judging me, I thankfully had eight years of parenting under my belt and was confident enough in my abilities as a mom to not let her judgement get to me. But that’s not always the case, is it?
If you too are leaning more towards memories as opposed to simply gifts, you might be struggling to come up with ideas. Here are a few to get you started.
It’s a must-do every year and a lovely family tradition. Here’s where to catch the man in red around town this season.