Every month, Netflix Canada adds family-friendly shows and movies for your kids to stream. Here’s what’s coming up in March 2021. Netflix Canada has announced which new TV shows and movies it will be adding to its lineup next month and, of course, that means more options for kids! There are a bunch of titles
“I’m just, so, tired,” I said to my husband, staggering toward the kitchen table and tenderly sitting down. The pain from the emergency C-section a week ago still felt fresh, and the demands of an extremely hungry newborn left me feeling perpetually hungover. “I’m tired too,” he said. Those words sent me into a rage.
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My sleeve is already rolled up in excited anticipation of getting my COVID vaccine, but the reality is, it won’t be happening for me anytime soon. And that’s OK—I’m not a frontline worker or a high-risk individual, so I’m happy to wait my turn while people like my parents and in-laws get their vaccines earlier
Join the Play Pandemic Challenge → https://theparentingjunkie.com/challenge And ❤ share this video with 10 friends (https://youtu.be/AAskowiGRU0) The Parenting Junkie illustrates how to spark solitary play and explains what independent play is. How can we facilitate independent play? Often we inhibit it by doing the exact things we are recommended to do to encourage solitary play.
Watching the movie E.T. when I was 10 really upped my faking-sick game. Once I saw Elliott heat the thermometer against a bare light bulb in order to spend the day with his new alien friend, I realized I’d discovered a foolproof way to skip school. From then on, when I hadn’t studied for a
If missing birthday parties or not going to the movies really bugs you, remember that for parents of kids with disabilities, it’s always been this way. In the beginning of the pandemic, almost one year ago (!!) we were all ready to stay home, buckle down for a few months, and take it as an
“What would I do if I had an hour with no balloons making fart noises into my hair during an interview? I don’t know, it sounds dull.”—Catherine Reitman Catherine Reitman opted to show, not tell, and we can only imagine what ridiculous antics her sons came up with when she was running the Workin’ Moms writers
As hard as the pandemic has been for your children, it’s probably been even harder for others. And yet, telling that to your kids won’t help them feel grateful. This past December, mom-of-two Ramsey Hootman was busy planning a holiday activity for her seven-year-old’s Cub Scout den. Because of COVID-19, the group would forgo its
How to Create a High Vibe Home with a Great Atmosphere: When you’re home with young children it can feel so overwhelming and stressful – kids bring mess, chaos, noise, nagging, whining, tantrums, lack of sleep and so much more caregiving than if you were on your own. I’m Avital, aka The Parenting Junkie, and
Here’s how to keep your kids off the couch, even if you don’t have much space. Thanks to the colder weather and shorter days, snuggling up on the coach to watch TV is even more tempting than usual. No matter what Mother Nature brings, it’s important to note, however, that your kiddos need to keep moving. As you
Rather than feel bad that there’s no dinner reservation on the cal or sexy lingerie in the mail (LOL), let’s make laughter our therapy this Valentine’s Day. Remember last Valentine’s Day, in the Before Times, when this new thing called “coronavirus” was a far-off concern and you might have even had energy to make your
Recently, I decided to reframe how I look at screen time, and tweaked the way we handle TV watching in four small but meaningful ways. It’s Saturday morning, and I’m watching TV with my kids when an error message pops up on the screen. “I know how to fix this,” my seven year old announces,
Peaceful Parenting Things I Mess Up (and things I’m good at too!) The Parenting Junkie talks about peaceful parenting and her peaceful parenting fails. Do you ever feel like you are messing up at peaceful parenting? You should know you’re not alone. There are peaceful parenting things I mess up and peaceful parenting things I’m
Spread a little love with one of these easy, loveable V-Day crafts. Photo Gallery Valentine’s Day crafts for kids 1 / 12 Edible playdough Make your own playdough and dye it shades of red and pink using raspberries, beets and bluebrries. And if the kids eat some of it, no biggie! Get the instructions here.
Alicia Cox Thomson was raised to embrace both her Bajan and Polish cultures, and feels it’s crucial that her own kids embrace their blackness. My daughter and I were in the produce section when it happened. “What a beautiful baby!” Pause. Eyes flick up. “Is she yours?” My jaw clenched. I felt awkward, angry and,
No, there’s no deduction for time spent yelling at kids. But the CRA has introduced a new temporary flat-rate method to accommodate people who worked from home. Here’s how it works. While employees who primarily worked from home have always been able to claim work expenses, for the 2020 taxation year, the Canada Revenue Agency
Join the Play Pandemic Challenge → https://theparentingjunkie.com/challenge And ❤ share this video with 10 friends (https://youtu.be/bysX89pn0cA) The Parenting Junkie shares how to create flow in your day. No need for strict schedules, just choose 3 big rocks anchored to a time in the day and let the rest flow from there. 🕒 Don’t just survive…thrive.
School-aged kids should be getting at least an hour of exercise each day, which can feel impossible to achieve in lockdown. This gear will help them get moving. When the pandemic first hit, free weights, tension bands and Peloton bikes quickly became hot commodities—and for good reason. It didn’t take a team of experts to
Civil rights, the abolition movement and the history of the black community… These books cover challenging topics, so we encourage you to read them with your children, and discuss. Photo Gallery Black History Month Books 1 / 28 Can I Touch Your Hair? Written by Irene Latham and Charles Waters and illustrated Sean Qualls and