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Arrêter de jouer au gentil organisateur et vivre en famille pour vrai!

Avant même d’avoir des enfants, mon mari et moi aimions la vie simple! Nous aimions vaquer à nos occupations au fil des saisons. Tous les deux assez débrouillards, nous aimions faire les choses nous-mêmes. Philippe s’occupait de l’entretien et la réparation d’un peu tout ce qui se trouvait dans la...

Adopt the "batch cooking"

We all have these end-of-day days that end up on a high note, where the meal period has to be fast because of our family obligations. Lack of time, lack of energy or lack of inspiration assailes us but our children are hungry! There are also those mornings where you have...

Spring cleaning and planning of housing expenses, all at once!

Are you the spring cleaning type? The kind to polish the house from top to bottom every year? Wash curtains, carpets, lampshades, etc.? For my part, if I do not plan a time X to do it, I tend to procrastinate. Here we have set up a “spring cleaning” ritual....

Our children and nature

  Almost every weekend, during school holidays or spring break, we go out with the family to the forest. Since I was a little girl, I've always spent a lot of time in the woods! Normal, my father, now retired, was a forest entrepreneur. He prospected land, cut wood and...

STORAGE 101

In the last few years, with the company and the children growing in plain sight, our pace of life has really accelerated, despite me. A fan of the "slow living" I panicked a little bit feeling that this precious time was slipping through my fingers. But my passion for my...

Reception

  Before we started our family, my wife and I were super social people. All weekends, without exception, sometimes Thursday night We receive friends for dinner. Breakfast, breakfast, picnic, 5-7 endless, all the reasons are good, you can party around the table, hold the cup, chat until morning. These moments...

Easy-to-prepare meal ideas for your big summer meals

I admit, although I love having dinner friends, I don't make much effort for the menu ... Really? No, not really when I think about it, since I persist in preparing the menu myself and cooking homemade food. Before I was a mother I used to do a lot, but...

Spring cleaning, do you really need it?

Are you fully into spring cleaning now? Does it work or do you feel like the only way to move forward right now is to pile stacks of stock on the end of the pile or to screw everything in a closet and tell yourself that you will come back...

When routine gives way to family rhythm

Life goes fast. Modern family life is often perceived and experienced as a mad, unrestrained and chaotic race, where our youngest child goes crisis after crisis and where our oldest child does not even respond to our thousandth repetition to brush his teeth. We're going to be late, go hop,...

A smooth start to the new year!

Imagine for a second that tomorrow you start a new job. This involves a new boss, new colleagues, new expectations, several new functions and a new environment. If I told you that from tomorrow, you also have to get back to physical training, three times a week. To complete it...

When planning meals becomes an educational family activity!

Giving our children good eating habits is a way of preserving their good health and ensuring that they will preserve it themselves in the future. Both the way we plan our meals and our "food" shopping habits have a big influence on what our children will develop. The example is...

Being a family and work tightrope walker

I like to believe that all mothers are family and work tightrope walkers. Indeed, like the tightrope walkers you can see in the circus (don't you feel like you're in the circus, sometimes, when you come home or at dinner time?), they move on a tight wire and have a...

How much time do you spend talking to your child's educator?

Did you know that the average length of a parent-educator conversation in child care is 27 seconds. Yes, you read that right, 27 seconds! In such a short period of time, can information be exchanged and helped the educator do her job well? Parental communication with educators is essential to...

It's summer! I need a break, you need a break, they and they need a break!

Long live the holidays! The month of July is well established and soon, the majority of families will be on holiday, the perfect time to take a break. You can already imagine yourself with your favorite book, relaxing in the sun for this well-deserved break! The last few days at...

How to put a little "slow" in his summer?

The bell rings at the end of the year. The summer holidays begin. The race for activities has begun! Many parents organize and plan their children's summer in the same way they do for the school year: day camp, classes, sports activities, camping, remedial classes, outings, appointments, etc. Activities follow...

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