Kids & Company Blog
Virtual Playdate Tips and Tricks

Virtual playdates are a great way for young ones to stay connected and continue their social development even in the face of self-isolation and distancing. Depending on the age of your child, it also gives parents a breather and some structure to the day. Platforms like FaceTime and Google Hangouts are free, easy-to-use, can include… [read more]


Celebrating International Women’s Day with Kids

March 8th is a very special day — it may not be as celebrated as some other occasions, but it’s an equally important day dedicated to honouring all of the strong, powerful women in your life. This year, why not put in some extra effort to make this day as special as possible? All of… [read more]


A Parent Just Trying to Bring the Fun Back

When we first had a baby – seven years and three more children ago – I don’t think I really understood the baby was going to become a real person. Separate from me and complete with a personality and agenda and unique way of living life. When I look at our oldest boys, playing sports… [read more]


All About Avocados

One thing we know, Avocados are here to stay. Unlike some superfoods that while indeed super, are super hard to find, (I’m looking at you – Aronia Berries) avocados can be found at most local grocery stores. They’re incredibly popular due to their great flavour and rich, creamy texture. Avocados have a total of 20… [read more]


Build a Stronger Relationship with your Kids

At Kids & Company, February’s theme is relationships! Our goal is to use our wonderful community of parents and parenting experts to share their wealth of knowledge and experiences.  Today, Julie Freedman Smith and Gail Bell of Parenting Power™,  have given us some insight on ways to strengthen your relationship with your kids! Here’s what… [read more]


Cross Country Journey: Brittany Fancey

For anyone who has ever done it – you know moving with children is hard. Really hard. That’s the case for a simple move down the street, a move across town and especially, a move across the country. That’s what Kids & Company’s amazing team member, Brittany Fancey did. At Kids & Company, it is… [read more]


How to get your little one to try new foods!

As a parent, you know the relationship with your child and new foods isn’t always a great one. It can be exhausting trying to encourage them to try even a single bite of food that they’re not interested in. Something we hear all the time at the Kidco Kitchen goes something like this “I’m told… [read more]


Why are there so many birthday parties?!

At Kids & Company, January is our Parenting Hacks month. Our goal is to use our wonderful community of parents and parenting experts to share their wealth of knowledge and experiences.  Today, Julie Freedman Smith and Gail Bell of Parenting Power™,  have given us some tools to deal with children’s birthday party invites. Let’s get… [read more]


Super Bowl Sunday with your Little One!

This Sunday is Super Bowl Sunday — the Sunday we’ve all been waiting for! While it may be the event you or your significant other have been waiting for — depending on their age, your little ones may not be so excited.  As a parent, you know that keeping little ones entertained can be a… [read more]


Beat the January Blues!

Have you heard of Blue Monday? If you haven’t, Blue Monday was this past Monday, January 20. According to some experts and some sort of mathematical equation, that date is the most depressing date of the calendar year. While we can’t say this claim is entirely correct — as we don’t have the capacity to… [read more]