September.

Here we are, six months later, at the start of the school year. Six months ago, we were at the start of March Break, which effectively became the start of COVID and remote learning for the rest of the school year. Today, we anxiously wait […]

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Physical distancing, family time

So much has happened this past school year, who would’ve known this year would be peppered with strike days followed by complete at home and online learning? Here’s how it started: Our baby hasn’t dropped his nap yet, but he’s going into kindergarten. He survived […]

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Dairy, dashing hopes

Six months ago, our littlest had an IgE blood test: one nurse took his blood, the other stood by in case he needed to pin him down. I covered my son’s eyes, she took blood; he flinched at the poke, didn’t move until it was […]

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3, with no terrible 2s!

Another year has flown by and has it been one of growing: We’ve had the joy to watch Little Brother be a part of the family, and influencing his sister to creatively explore boundaries (Bean’s thinking: what? the mattress can be a bouncy castle? and […]

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Trains + Colours

When you ask Little Brother how old he is, he holds up two fingers, and confidently says, “Three!” While I find myself correcting him almost every time, mathematically, I suppose he isn’t incorrect. At the age he is at now, he’s starting to identify colours […]

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