Tag Archives: Parenting

Prince George can’t have a best friend – should your child?

Katrina Clarke | April 30, 2017 | CBC Life If the future King of England can’t have a best friend, should your child? Depends on who you ask. The question comes after news last month that Prince George will attend … Continue reading

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Co-parenting after a split: focus on the kids, say experts

Katrina Clarke | April 29, 2017 | CBC Life Watching Erin Silver hike along a trail in Arizona with her kids and their dad, it’d be easy to assume they she was a happily married mom. She’s happy – but divorced … Continue reading

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Dear Beyonce and Amal: Here’s what you need to know about having twins

Katrina Clarke | February 15, 2017 | CBC Life First Beyonce, now Amal. With twin fever sweeping Hollywood, it seems having multiples has never been more en vogue. So what are your chances of popping out a twosome in tandem … Continue reading

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Dadchelor party. Man shower. Baby-Q. Men-only baby showers are a now thing.

Katrina Clarke | March 30, 2016 | Toronto Star Dustin Brown and his friends do their best thinking while drinking — which is how his “dadchelor” party came to be. “We, as a group of guys, like to get away and … Continue reading

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Split but together: Divorced couples finding novel ways to live under the same roof for their children’s sake

Katrina Clarke | July 1, 2013 | National Post Monica McGrath and Kent Kirkland are divorced parents of two young children. They live in one house with their children, call themselves friends and borrow sugar from one another.   The … Continue reading

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