My Kids Watch Crap On YouTube

YouTube

Are your kids old enough to read and spell?  If they are, chances are they also watch crap on YouTube. As a blogger I’m finding I need to also know something about photography.  Someone gave me the brilliant suggestion to go to YouTube and watch videos.  What a great idea!  So I thought I’d take […]

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Book Review: No God In Tannam

*I was provided this book, No God In Tannam, free of charge so I could read it and create this review.  All opinions are my own.* This book is a crime story.  Detective Landry leads an anti-gang unit for the Tannam police force.  This unit, called ERASE, has cut back crime in the city significantly. […]

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Learning about Moro Reflex

This summer I’m learning about the Moro Reflex.  This is the startle reflex that newborn babies have which causes them to fling out their arms (and legs) and then immediately pull them back in.  If you’re a parent you’ve likely seen your baby do this.  It’s totally normal and natural and occurs when the baby […]

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Danse Les Airs Photos

I created a review style post about Kingston School of Dance’s 2016 performance.  It was beautiful as it always is!  This post is a collection of photos taken by my dad (Michael O’Brien) and my Brother-in-Law (Eric Stagg)  If you’d like to see more photos of the show you can visit Mark Aidan Bergin’s Facebook […]

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What I Really Do When The Kids Are Away

This Canada Day weekend my mother-in-law took the girls to my sister-in-laws for a few days.  (Thanks Mary!)  In the past we’ve gone to Cornwall to meet up with them for part of the weekend (the part we don’t have to work) but we didn’t do that this year.  This year we had a long […]

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Buskers Rendezvous 2016

Edit: here’s my gallery of photos I took while I was hanging out with Emma watching Buskers this year!  Every summer since I was a kid I’ve looked to forward to the Buskers Rendezvous!  My grandparents used to take me (and my sister) when we were “tweens”.  When I got older and started going to Queen’s University I […]

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Book Review: Gravedigger

* I was provided with this book, Gravedigger – Prodigal Son, free of charge so I could read it and create this review.  All opinions are my own* Gravedigger is the story of a sleepy New Jersey town.  Well, it’s sleepy in the winter months when the tourists are absent and only the locals are […]

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