Wrap up

The last day of June is upon which means this mini breakfast series will conclude today. Today we had a light breakfast. We had fruits (apples, strawberries and bananas), mixed nuts and Jugo de Avena. Parents remember that nourishing our bodies doesn’t have to be complicated and our food does not need to be Instagram perfect. I hope everyone has […]

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Bread

How many times have you heard that eating bread is bad? I’ve heard this since I was about eight. I think I heard it on tv. Hearing that caused me to internalize it and an unhealthy relationship of guilt after enjoying some toast or a croissant was born. Yes, over eating bread can cause serious health issues. So is over […]

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June is for Breakfast

Growing up in the tropics was one of the most wonderful experiences so far. Besides my family what I miss the most is the heat, rain, and humidity. I love Canada but I’m not too fond of the weather. Every year except for the first year after the birth of all of my children, I avoid turning on the heat […]

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Motivation

Before you read the following post please keep in mind the following: This post is all about me I’m not judging anyone I’m not an expert on the subjects mentioned This is my personal journey through trial and error How do I stay motivated? I find my self asking this question a lot in this journeys of health and wellness. […]

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Tracking my steps

Healthy habits can only be achieved with a dose of honesty. In January I decided to buy a step counter. After a few days of research I decided to buy the Samsung Galaxy Fit E. It was on a budget and it gives the time, weather, heart rate and counts calories. I’ve enjoyed wearing this a lot and it has […]

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February is all about Health

Hello Everyone Before you read the following post I want you to keep somethings in mind This post is all about me I’m not judging anyone who loves how they look I’m not an expert in the subject… its all about trial an error I’ve been waiting all January to do this because I want to talk about the small […]

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Kids & Winter Final

In my final post of this series I would like to talk about the clothes and layers my kids wear in the winter months. Let’s start with the big boys First Layer Thermal Top and Pants (Wal-Mart) Second Layer Long Sleeve T-Shirt Short Sleeve T-Shirt Fleece Pants Third Layer Regular Hoodie if its above -5 degrees C. Fleece Hoodie if […]

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They are 2!

Hello everyone! Today is an extremely special day, the TRIPLETS ARE TWO !!Happy Birthday boys. The following paragraphs might be sensitive to someone.. if you do not wish to go ahead and read is okay. Have a wonderful weekend. . . . . . . Today also takes me back to what transpired that day and the anxiety I felt. […]

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Kids & Winter Part 3

Hello Everyone Today I’ll be sharing what I’ve learned when it comes to snow pants. Babies and toddlers don’t need to wear snow pants or suits unless you are going for a walk, playing in the snow or spending time outdoors. I have not bought the triplets snow pants, they are not practical at the moment so I just decided to forgo that purchase. There are two types of snow pants I prefer. The first one is with straps for toddler and up to 7 year old. The second one is just the ones you button at the waist. My 8 year old (soon to be 9) has not wear his snow pants this winter so far. My preferred brand for snow pants is Carters Oshkosh because they sale the snow pants and jacket as a bundle. Make sure the snow pants are warm but light weight! If is not too cold outside I’ve used water proof sweatpants on top of the regular sweatpants When I had my first child, I bought him an adorable Winnie The Pooh snow suit… he wore it once and my second child wore it twice. With my second child I spent $100 on a snow suit … he wore it once and the triplets wore it once each… I know we are tempted to buy our bundles the best but sometimes we get carried away and end up with staff that becomes useless. I […]

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