Wednesday, February 21, 2024


Is Cars 2 really that bad? The short answer is no. The long answer is on Survive Parenthood

If you can tell my kid what happened to Doc Hudson, I will give you a clear and unbiased opinion of Cars 2. Because he asked that question right at the beginning, when Lightening McQueen and Mater were rolling through the Doc Hudson museum. And I had no good answer. Because even though Cars 2 opens up the can of …

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Best Movies for a Rainy Day with your kids – Time Magazines 25 best animated movies

Although it appears that the sun and heat will eventually win out over this miserable cloud cover, like any parent, you need to be ready with a backup plan if your beach day falls by the wayside. What is better on a day like that than to grab the popcorn and pick one of the best movies for a rainy …

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OH YEAH: Don’t let your kids eat Deep Fried Kool-Aid

Attending a country fair just got a little more unhealthy. You like the rides, the carnies, and the never ending jet stream of grease wafting toward you. It is safe to say that thousands of families will be packing up for the day and heading out to their local County Fair. But this year, you might want to keep your …

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Save the puffles: Disney’s Club Penguin offline after failure to renew domain name

Blame Canada? Kelowna, BC based Club Penguin is offline today after parent company Disney failed to renew the domain name. If your kid has a puffle, you better believe they were concerned about it this morning. With thousands of kids out on summer vacation, many login to the popular virtual world Club Penguin each and every day.¬† This morning, however, …

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Star Tours: The Adventures continue now open at Disneyland

It’s time to strap on your light saber and head back to Hoth. Unless, of course, you are one of ‘those people’ that wear your Han Solo costume on a weekly basis and constantly twine your wife’s hair into Cinnamon buns. For the rest of the world, June 3rd was the day Star Tours: The Adventures Continue began transporting guest …

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Protecting your children begins at home: CPCHE recommends 5 ways to reduce your child’s exposure to toxins

The summer sun is just starting to gather strength, but you might want to think twice if you are planning on putting the vacuuming off for a rainy day. The Canadian Partnership for Children’s Health and Environment (CPCHE) found that frequent dusting and vacuuming of your home are amongst some¬† of the best ways to reduce common sources of toxin …

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What The? The Playoffs and the Vancouver Riot of 2011

Last night, the Vancouver Canucks lost Game 7 in the Stanley Cup Finals. The run up to this game had been intense, with almost every person wearing a jersey or tshirt and many of the schools with their windows full of Canucks logos that children had painstakingly colored. They had played hard, but even a die hard fan would have …

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