It was the start of winter break and we were ready for an adventure in theatre, a first for my four year old daughter Lorelai! The Young Centre for the Performing Arts is nestled in the heart of Toronto’s historic Distillery District which was, to our delight, festively dressed for the Christmas season!
It was a great experience to attend Disney on Ice with my 3 year old grand daughter during Christmas. The seats provided were amazing, we were so close to the front of the ice that she was able to really feel like she was a part of the show.
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For weeks, I have been looking forward to taking my daughter, granddaughters and a friend to see Disney on Ice 100 Years of Magic at Rogers Centre.
If you have kids between the ages of 6 and 15 chances are you are very familiar with Minecraft. I have a tween and a teen boy, and I have to admit of all the online games that get played in my house Minecraft is probably the one I spend the least amount of time worrying about.
When I was a little girl, the annual trip to a Disney on Ice show was the greatest anticipated event in my life and this is a tradition I’ve eagerly continued with my own kids.
It’s a magical Disney-themed adventure for the whole family, especially for kids who are big fans of the Disney movies. I kind of knew what to expect since I have been the this show before, but I was amazed at how well this production brought to life some of my family’s favourite Disney characters.
On Thursday my sister and I took both my daughters Calista (5) and Adrianna (2) to the Disney on Ice Worlds of Fantasy show at the Rogers Centre. Although this was Calista's 5th time seeing Disney on Ice, this was Adrianna's first time at the show. Just the thought of going to "Toronto" as my daughter would say got them all excited.
I visited the Royal Ontario Museum last week, with my two boys (9 yrs & 11 yrs), to check out the new exhibit and world premiere of Ultimate Dinosaurs: Giants From Gondwana, a limited time exhibit on now at the ROM. Earlier this year, I wrote about the ROM's 'must see' permanent dinosaur display...
What do a talking yam, a Cat in a hat, and a girl named Patty all have in common? Kids' CBC! I had the great opportunity to attend the Kids' CBC Days event happening at the CBC Broadcasting Centre in downtown Toronto. This is a 2-day event that is open to the public and is jam-packed with some fantastic activities...
On Tuesday we took my daughter Amanda (5) and my son Ben (10) to see Disney on Ice at the Rogers Center. The kids were totally excited to go downtown to see a show, and the "coolness" of seeing an ice rink set up where we would normally go to see baseball was not lost on the kids.
Pinkalicious is a luscious production! A few weeks ago my daughters, my husband, and I took in this musical at the Lower Ossington Theatre in Toronto. We hadn't read the book by the same name and written by Victoria Kann that the musical is based on but as soon as the lights went down and we saw the first hint of sparkly, shimmery pink, we knew we were in for a treat! What an utterly energetic cast; versatile and talented, they kept us entertained the whole way through.
If you're a parent you know how frustrating it can be to keep track of kids stuff. I am the proud, and often exhausted, mother of 6 and 8 year old boys, and continue to be amazed at how many things get 'lost' - toys, books, water bottles, hats, jackets, shoes, and even a pair of snow pants last winter!
Poster Jack recently contacted us with information about their online print service. The company offers a number of products to Canadians including framed prints, canvas prints, traditional posters and peel and stick posters. The process is very simple - upload your image, select your product - then wait for speedy shipment to your door.