Our Winter 2020 bucket list contains activities to do, experiences to enjoy and destinations to visit in New Brunswick with our children. We will be sharing our family ideas for things to do with a 7-year-old and a 16-year-old. Of course, many activities can be enjoyed by other ages as well, we are just sharing what we are doing and experiencing.
Winter Festivals In New Brunswick
We are keeping our goal for Winter Festivals this year to 2, only because the weather and road conditions may limit the travel we can do. We compiled a long list with details as we were researching our plans, so we are sharing here for your enjoyment and planning. We also shared our Winter Family Bucket List to help share more ideas for winter, family-friendly activities in New Brunswick.
As a mom of two, who are several years apart in age, it can often be hard to find things to do with both kids. Here is my list for a family with various ages of children, with all free activities to do in the city of Moncton!
*This series is sponsored by the Maritime Animal Hospital.
Beaches, Parks, and Trails, oh my!
It has been a while since our first Puppy Diaries post, and it is time to give you some updates and share some of our pup’s adorable pics! WARNING: he is growing fast and not so small anymore, but still some cute!
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Well, Winter is here with a bang! The Canadian East coast is being walloped by a Nor’Easter today (Feb, 2017 – 50-80 cm of snow!!). Over the past few weeks I have had this list started and feel that perhaps today is the day to get it posted. Winter can cause us all to … Read more
Are you Connecting?
5 simple ways to connect with your spouse!
It’s All About Connection – With Your Spouse
By the time the children go to bed at night, I am done.
I often ask myself, did I look at my husband today? Or ask him a direct question and wait for the answer? Did we only communicate by text and a few mumbles around the kids squealing and running out the door for work or driving someone to an activity.
Are you Connecting?
7 ways to connect with your kids
It’s All About Connection – 7 ways to connect with your kids
Are you connecting with those around you, I mean really and truly connecting? In a world where we are all “connected” most of the day, it is hard to see the lack of real face to face, person to person connection in our lives.
DIY Paints for the Kids! Painting is something I have always loved. There is something so rewarding about using your hands to create. Taking blobs of colour and making them into something. I also love to get messy, and these paint recipes for kids are the perfect way to share my love of painting with … Read more
Losing Your Dad, a dance, a poem and lots of memories I just bawled the whole way through this video. I can totally relate. This dance is an amazing tribute to Bindi’s father. I remember losing my dad at a young age (16) and going through the motions for a long time, before it really … Read more