Welcome to This Kinda Life, showing the hilarious misadventures of two women navigating life with kids.
I Got Mommy Guilted Over Maternity Leave, and why it’s not ok.
There are so many perks to working for yourself. More flexibility. More control and more creative freedoms. With that also comes more responsibility, more hours and often more headaches – because you care about each and every detail of the business you are trying to build. And in my case, it also means no maternity leave. Which is something I’m totally OK with!
Is being on the go all the time really better for our kids? Apryl shares how she put her family on a busy detox this summer and loved it!
I’ve heard it over and over and over again: limit screen time. Keep kids active. Get outside and enjoy the day. Go! Go! Go!
Guess what? Sometimes kids, and let’s get real, adults too, really need to chill out.
Being a mom is pretty awesome, but there’s something particularly sweet about being a mom of a boy.
A while back I wrote on Instagram a little letter to Sarah and offered some pieces of advice about being a mom to a boy.
A small caption on social media doesn’t cut it.
I’ve been a mom to a boy for almost 10 years, and in that decade, I’ve learned a lot about myself and about this mysterious gender.
When Apryl said she was planning a baby sprinkle I was completely honoured and thrilled! If you haven’t heard this fairly new lingo, a sprinkle is smaller scale baby shower. Usually for moms who already have a few kids but still want to celebrate their newest addition with a few friends and family.
Pregnancy is a joy, but also, it’s gross, uncomfortable and full of surprises that no one talks about! Until now. I’m about to throw all the truth bombs.
How to treat the typical mom posture easily, which will help ease the neck, shoulder and back pain we all experience.
How a Comment on Social Media Made me Realize my Mom Drinking was out of Hand and how I changed the narrative to benefit my health and family.
How I'm Giving Myself a Break to Find More Happiness in My Life. Last year I wrote about my fast food addiction. I was bracing myself for the judgement, but instead I received dozens of DMs and comments from some of you. All with the same message: Me Too. I harboured...
You may have seen this commercial, Dairy Done Right – The Letter (if not you can watch it here www.DairyDoneRight.ca). It’s a touching spot about the values parents strive to teach their kids, and it made me think about all of the important lessons I want to pass onto my new baby. It made me really consider all of the things we value in our family and how different it will be to teach them to a son this time around. So here it is, my deepest thoughts and wishes for this new life that is soon to arrive, jotted down in a letter that I hope he will one day get the chance to read.