Childproofing – Make your Home a Yes Space!

First of all, I would like to say that when it comes to child safety nothing replaces adult supervision and by that I mean present, undistracted supervision or as we say conscious care for the growing family. Time with a… Continue Reading >

We are talking about snakes!

Those slippery little suckers that make most of us squirm! As the weather starts warming up we find more and more reports of snakes popping their heads out and potentially biting a loved one. So when we are talking about… Continue Reading >

The Christmas treat cheat sheet that will keep your pets safe this festive season

With Christmas just around the corner, it’s almost time to eat an abundance of delicious food guilt free! Unfortunately, this doesn’t include everyone in the family. As pet parents it’s important that all human family members, especially children, practice responsible… Continue Reading >

Dysphagia, a difficult diagnosis to swallow

Did you know that the average human swallows 700 times a day?! A process that is seemingly easy, automatic and effortless to most, but for some can be very difficult and even dangerous. People who have difficulties with swallowing can… Continue Reading >

6 Years as an Allergy Mum

This month I wanted to take the time to really celebrate an amazing milestone. My youngest girl and allergy baby turned 6 in March. And so, I am celebrating 6 years as an allergy mum. Boy, it has been a… Continue Reading >

Sticks and stones may break your bones, but gee they’re fun to play with!

The sight of a child playing with sticks and stones is usually enough to elicit some kind of freak-out response from most parents and with good reason; sticks and stones can be dangerous right? But really, that can be said… Continue Reading >

Are you slowly exposing your family to toxic chemicals?

As we become more aware of synthetic chemicals and their links to disease, we also become more concerned with what we consume, and now, with what we put on our skin, especially what products we use on our children. At… Continue Reading >

Nanoparticles Explained

In order for nanoparticles in sunscreens to be considered dangerous, they have to first penetrate the skin, then go somewhere they can do significant damage. For now, there is no solid proof this can happen in humans.   How it… Continue Reading >