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Science World: Inspiring Tomorrow’s Innovators Today!

Canada, grow, LIVE, ROAM By August 17, 2009 Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , No Comments

Science World Birthday LogoDairy Queen birthday parties are so 80s! A clown or magician? So last century! Bouncy castles? Well that’s just 2000-‘n-late! A birthday party at the Telus World of Science is timeless and will be a guaranteed highlight in your child’s memories. You and your child will be a hit with all your child’s friends–and their parents–as the children will not only enjoy mountains of fun but will also learn that science is a pretty darn cool thing! Science World, as most Vancouverites call it, excels in creating exciting games out of scientific principles. Just be prepared for when it’s time to leave because the kids will not be happy that it’s time to go!

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Mother Goose

grow, LIVE By March 9, 2009 Tags: , , , , , No Comments

Mother Goose ProgramOne of the hardest parts of being a new parent is the isolation you can feel.  Are you doing the right thing?  What are other babies like?  Do I know my baby’s cues?..  Parent-Child Mother Goose is a phenomenal program offered across Canada that can provide you with insight into your child, give you wonderful rhymes and music to sing, and connect you with other parents. 

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Explaining Death to a Child

grow, LIVE By February 17, 2009 Tags: , , , , No Comments

The other day, my toddler wanted to know where his daddy’s mommy was.  She died ten years ago of cancer, and I was stunned that he was already sensing the absent family connection.  How young is too young to explain death?  Experts agree that the correct terminology is a good place to start.  ‘Passing away’, ‘expiring’ or ‘putting down’ simply don’t compute with the little ones.  

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Colic – what is it and how you can help your baby

grow, LIVE By November 5, 2007 No Comments

Colic is a mysterious catchall phrase for generally unsettled babies.The definition of colic is a baby that cries for more than three days a week for more than three hours at a time. It is not considered serious, but presents as extended and uncontrollable crying in any baby that is otherwise healthy. It can happen at around two to four weeks of age and can last for three months or longer.

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