Post-Baby Beauty Products

I don’t know about you but my online shopping over the past few months has definitely increased. However, just because I am adjusting my shopping habits that doesn’t mean I can’t still support local and/or Canadian businesses. Beauty Sense, is 100% Canadian owned and operated. They currently offer over 4000 quality products online which range from Canadian to international brands. This recently came in handy for me as I was in need of some new products after having my daughter, Everleigh. If you’ve…

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Severn Lodge | Resorts of Ontario

All Inclusive Ontario Resort Resorts of Ontario Resorts of Ontario is the handiest website out there when looking for a little getaway within Ontario. They represent more than 100 resort vacation properties to help you find the perfect vacation. They have everything from romantic getaways to family vacations. What I loved is that the website gives you the option to look for a getaway based seasons – spring, summer, fall, winter. This makes it so easy to narrow down your search and find…

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Edible Sand Sensory Idea

Creating sensory games and toys for your little ones is not only fun and exciting for them but it has many other benefits. Sensory play helps to build nerve connections in the brain, helps with motor skills, language development, problem-solving and more. Just beware, this edible sand sensory play can create a little bit of a mess. However, I promise you it’s worth it. I suggest doing it outside if possible or laying a towel down to help with the mess. If you…

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DIY Baby Toys

Looking to create some easy DIY Wooden and Silicone Baby Teethers? Baby Teethers are a great way to keep your little one busy but they can be expensive, especially ones similar to what’s in this post. When searching for supplies for this tutorial online I came across so many cute pieces that I wanted to order them all. The best part is that they are only a few bucks each. Downfall…it does take some time for the items to come in the mail…

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DIY Baby Crinkle Paper

When Everleigh was gifted one of these DIY Baby Crinkle Paper toys and I realized how much she loved it, I knew I had to make her some more. It seems like the simplest toys entertain our little ones, empty boxes, an empty wipe pack, etc. This is why I personally don’t see a need to spend a lot of money on toys and DIYing is the way to go. What I love about this DIY is that you can use items that…

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Our Basement Renovation

How to Plan a Basement Renovation & How We Designed Ours When it came to starting our basement renovation Adam and I pretty much already knew what we wanted. Basically, a comfy entertainment area for not only us to enjoy but our friends and family too. The renovation was also a way for us to maximize the space in our house with a new baby.  So what were our requirements for our dream basement? Keep reading to find out! Basement Bar Area We…

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DIY Lactation Cookies

Want to know how to make your own DIY lactation cookies? Keep on reading! Over the past week, I’ve been really craving chocolate chip cookies so I thought since I’m breastfeeding I might as well make lactation cookies to help boost and keep my milk supply up. When creating lactation cookies there are a few ingredients that you want to make sure you’re including. These specific items help to boost your milk supply and are overall good for your health. All three of…

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His and Her Winter Essentials

Winter Boots for Icy, Cold Weather Finding good quality boots for the winter can be tough. I know this first hand. Last year I remember wearing my little black ankle boots which looked nice but living in Canada we are known to having a lot of ice throughout the colder months. As mentioned these boots looked nice but I was constantly sliding everywhere and almost falling multiple times. With a new baby here, I knew I had to be a little more practical…

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Charcuterie Board 101

Check out these tips on how to create a charcuterie board for your next party. What Goes on a Charcuterie Board The best thing about a charcuterie board is that pretty much anything can go on one. Cheeses, fruits, vegetables, jams, meats, everything. I like to call it a pretty version of ‘junk on a plate’. Which is pretty much all your favourite things in one spot. How to Assemble a Charcuterie Board Prepare the food – wash and cut and fruits and…

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