Spring is upon us and it is time to start planning out your gardens for the season. Gardening can be an enjoyable activity for people of all ages, but children, in particular, can not only have fun but learn at the same time. Read the full post for ways to include the kids.
Spring Break is just around the corner and with some COVID restrictions still in places, things are quite different. Read on for some ideas on how to entertain your kids during Spring Break 2021.
Nutrition Month is celebrated every March by Dietitians of Canada. In celebration, dietitians organize events and develop resources that help educate Canadians. Read on for helpful tips on successful meal planning!
Anti-bullying day, or Pink Shirt Day, happens on the last Wednesday of February every year. Read the post to learn more about what you can do to help.
“I Love to Read Month” is an annual monthly celebration of the joy of literacy. This is a great time to encourage reading and writing with the little ones. Read the full post for ways to inspire your little ones to pick up a book or two!
February is Dental Health Month and as a parent, you are your child’s first contact when it comes to learning how to properly care for their teeth. Primary (baby) teeth are just as important to care for and maintain as permanent (adult) teeth. Read the full post for more information.
January is National Bath Safety Awareness Month, with so many little ones taking so many baths (let’s face it, keeping their lunch of their hair can be impossible some days) it is a good idea to review some safety tips to ensure a fun yet safe bath time.
November 17th is Prematurity Awareness Day, a day to shine a spotlight on this maternal and infant health crisis.
Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day is an annual remembrance day October 15.
We are looking for active MBFOM members to join our Executive team for the 2020/2021 year!