Audio Books / Family / Kids / Lifestyle
This post is sponsored by audible. From toddlers to teens, and Mom and Dad too, it can be hard to stay entertained during a long airplane ride. Screens can be a good thing sometimes, but for many reasons we want to tear those eyes away from their phones and tablets. Listening to a family tale or getting them engaged in a book that appeals directly...
Breakfast Television / Family / Kids / Life / Lifestyle / Parents Canada / Television / Travel
Kathy shares some insights into reducing holiday stress when travelling with your infant this summer.
CTV / Family / Kids / Lifestyle / Parents Canada / Television / Travel
When travelling with infants or young children, planning ahead is key. Kathy shares some tips on planning your trip and avoiding travel stress.
Breakfast Television / Family / Kids
From tricycles to collectibles, Kathy Buckworth will keep your kids having a fun time, rain or shine!
Family / Global / Kids
From Crate Creatures to Ooshies, @KathyBuckworth takes a look this summer's hottest toys! #yqr #yqram pic.twitter.com/zJlGjOMTru — Global Regina (@GlobalRegina) June 4, 2018 Summer’s Hottest Toys with Kathy Buckworth Powered by SnappyTV
Family / Lifestyle / Post City / Publications
“School’s out!” As the kids throw their notebooks and textbooks in the air, ready for a summer of sun and relaxation, it can be worrisome for parents, concerned that their kids’ reading and writing skills will suffer during the two months they are out of the classroom. But summer is a great time to introduce the fun side of playing with words and escaping into...
Family / Post City
As the days get longer and kids start counting down until school comes to an end, parents across the city start to realize that, if school is out, then the kids are in … in your house and in your hair. In households where both parents work during July and August, summer camp registration happens like clockwork at the beginning of the year, both for...
Family / Huffington Post
My two youngest children are away at camp, and this reprieve from the usual melee that goes on at my house has allowed me to reflect on those things that kids do, and that use up equal measures of time and patience in ways you wouldn’t realize unless you had kids, and then suddenly they were gone. Allow me to explain: • Being grateful when...