Are you a brand, PR rep, crafter, Etsy shop, or independent consultant looking to promote your product or service? I am now accepting submissions for listings in This West Coast Mommy’s 2014 Holiday Gift Guide. This guide will feature gifts perfect for the whole family – babies, kids, moms, dads, and the home. Feel free to check out last year’s Holiday Gift Guide to see what I offer.
We’re here to make your Holiday Shopping a little easier this year by offering ONE lucky reader a chance to win these FOUR fabulous toys from VTECH! Valued at over $130, it’s the perfect way to get your shopping started (or finished if you’re an early bird!). All four of these toys are recommended for 12 months to 36 months and are perfect learning and educational toys with VTECH’s high quality!
Eek! Halloween is right around the corner already, so the girls and I spent yesterday afternoon making some spooky crafts. Check out these super quick and easy toilet paper tube mummies we made!
This Halloween craft is so easy to make and doesn’t require any special supplies. Just stuff already in your house – some toilet paper tubes, toilet paper, glue, and a marker. We always have a bunch of toilet paper tubes kicking around. They’re great for all sorts of crafts and make fun telescopes!
Martin Johnson was a photographer, a filmmaker, a naturalist, an author, but most of all — a voyager. From Africa to the South Pacific Islands, he embarked on various adventures with his wife by his side, researching and studying the wildlife and people of distant lands. Through photography, books and films, their findings captivated people all over the world and inspired the design of Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge.
This gorgeous diaper embodies the fun and adventurous side of life!
Welcome and bienvenue to the Canadian WAHM Superheroes Super Giveaway, hosted by Lindsay at Maman Loup’s Den!
When Lindsay first took the plunge into becoming a Work-at-Home Mom, she went in search of a community of fellow WAHMs with whom to network. Finding only resources suitable to American Moms, she decided to create her own group. She called it “Canadian WAHM Superheroes” because it can sometimes take superhuman powers to manage a home-based business and a home!
Get your Mickey ears ready! Disney On Ice is back in Vancouver next month for the biggest party ever! With more than 50 beloved Disney characters from 16 classic stories, Mickey and the gang are celebrating holidays and festivals from around the world in Disney On Ice Presents Let’s Party! My girls are so ready to party hearty at the Pacific Coliseum this year!
When Teagan was a toddler, I caught her dreaming about apples on more than one occasion. As she was napping next to me, I’d hear her stir and whisper, “Apple, apple, apple,” in her sleep. These days, Keira chants, “Ap-ple! Ap-ple!” whenever I ask her what she wants for an afternoon snack. Clearly both my girls are apple fiends, so we’re always on the lookout for apple recipes.
Luckily, around here fall means apples! Red or green or golden, tart or sweet, firm and crisp. This week I’m rounding up gluten-free recipes featuring that jewel of the fall harvest, the apple.
Halloween is almost here, and online cloth diaper retailer Bear Bums wants to have some fun! To celebrate the spooky holiday, they’re having a different kind of giveaway – a Halloween treasure hunt!
Every day from October 20-31, there will be a new letter hidden somewhere on the Bear Bums website. Visit Bear Bums’ Facebook page every day to get your clue for where to find that day’s letter. By the end of the hunt, you’ll be able to unscramble all 12 letters to find the secret phrase for bonus points! Starting late? No worries! All the clues will stay up on Facebook so you can still find the letters and the secret phrase!
Have you met Elmo? He’s a good friend of ours. My girls and him go way back. He came to Teagan’s second birthday party and helped decorate her cake. He plays with my kids and keeps them amused while I’m making dinner or doing the dishes. My girls visit him on Sesame Street, and they make music and dance together.
So we were all really excited to find out that Elmo was coming to stay with us, along with his three friends Prince Elmo, Cowboy Elmo, and Captain Elmo. When he finally arrived, my kids impatiently circled me like hungry lions around an antelope as I worked to get Elmo out of his box.