Something for all Your Little Movers and Shakers

There’s no better way to get into the holiday spirit than to shop for a child. And as soon as fall approaches I get into the spirit immediately. I am so excited to share with you one of my favourite children’s store Marigold Modern. Adaline wears sweater in light blue available here minyi skirt in blush…

Crayon Collection Giving Back to the Community

As a new mom with an incredibly picky-eater, I used to succumb to my daughter’s wishes. I would take her to her favourite restaurant at least once a week. It was there she would enjoy her every bite while I noticed an odd behavior happening around us. The hostess would bring my 2.5 year old…

Using Colours of the Earth: Bird & Kite

Eco-friendly, ethical and sustainable fashion is the industry’s agenda – for many brands and designers this has been a year of awakening. And for many designers you could work in the industry for decades and not know where your pieces are actually made. Bird & Kite has been ahead of the curve. “Demand quality, not…

Appreciating the Little Things

The every day mundane can suddenly seem magical with parenthood. Everything can feel better than it once did, from taking a walk through the park to anything you can remember, it just wasn’t as noteworthy as it is now while trailing behind or alongside those small, curious beings. While grocery shopping, you hadn’t any reason…

Marriage While Raising Kids

Words by Shereen Jupp Photographed by Daytona Lamade Marriage will envitably change. I am going to be blunt and transparent: It will not be the same romance as prior to parenthood. Not all changes are negative but it’s definitely not an easy transition. When my husband and I found out we were going to be…

I Didn’t Want to be a Mum

Words & Muse Sophie Ebrard  This project is about telling women it’s ok not to be ok. This project is about the truth of motherhood. The exhibition will take place in Amsterdam, Netherlands in September during Unseen photography festival.  It opens to the public this Thursday 19th September – 22nd September.

Fearing The Statistic

We hear this constantly while pregnant: “Your Body was made to do this!” And of course these people are right. Our bodies (for some) were ‘built’ to produce and deliver children. And when we fall pregnant, everyone who comes into our presence reassures us not to worry about the delivery as most soon-to-be-mothers often do….

Putting my PPD Behind Me

Words by Paige Bellenbaum In the middle of the night on June 16th, 2006, when contractions were 3 minutes apart, my husband and I rushed to the hospital to finally meet our son Max. After 18 hours of a physically and emotionally traumatic delivery, I was so exhausted when they put Max on my chest for the…

Fearing Our Children’s Future: Finding Safety As One

It’s 2019: The day and age where we likely know multiple people in our generation who are purposely refraining from having children. Between the financial expenses it takes to raise and feed a child, to the myriad of concerns that we have for our children’s futures, there seems to be a more reason than not…

Encouraging Your Child’s Imagination Through Physical Expression

The moment you first meet your child, your heart opens up to an extent you could never imagine. Your eyes glisten with awe, curious to see what they will like, what will inspire them, who they will grow into. But only as they grow older will you notice their uniqueness, their self-expression. Whether you notice…