Tag Archives: youtube

Walking Tours on YouTube

Shea recently told me a great tip – YouTube has numerous walking/running tours that you can put on your TV while using your treadmill. What a great way to make time on the treadmill more interesting!

Saturday Snap – “Doritos Roulette” Challenge

One fun thing about being on holidays is that Pace and I spontaneously decided to go grab some late night snacks tonight after both Sasha and mom were in bed. He likes regular Doritos but decided to try a flavour that’s mostly regular Doritos but also has some super-hot ones mixed in (even though he’s […]

Sandos Caracol! Two Weeks From Today!! (And A Bit About How To “Know Before You Go”)

Because the Internet – everything from YouTube to Instagram, TripAdvisor to Twitter, mommy bloggers to travel bloggers and much much more – allows you to get a sense of travel destinations before you go, I sometimes think the anticipation of a trip is (almost) as good as the trip itself. Okay, maybe not… 😉 (Oh, and if you find […]

The Amazing iPad Magician

Wow.

Check Out This Awesome YouTube Channel

This is my ultimate favourite YouTube Channel. (This is not my son’s YouTube Channel and he is not dictating this blog post.) Feel free to Like, Share and Subscribe!  

Top 15 Mannequin Challenges

This is the latest trend for all the kids. That’s cool and all but as a big Beatles fan, I’m especially excited that the song in the background is apparently called “Black Beatles“! 😉

Friday Fun Link – How To Be Canadian

Happy Canada Day, eh?

Friday Fun Link – Daddy and Baby Dubsmashing

A stay-at-home dad used a popular app to send his wife videos about how things were going at home. Here’s a mash-up of the results…

Saturday Song – “Power to Devour All Who Are Sour”

I think it’s important to note that neither Pace nor Sasha have had a single music lesson in their lives and yet came up with this entire song (and title) completely by themselves tonight…

2015 End of Year Memes: Two Tropical Trips, Election Wins & Loses, Campy Camper Camping

1. What did you do this year that you’d never done before? One of many secret shames in that I never learned how to downhill ski when I was growing up.  The first year we did a class trip to Mission Ridge in the Qu’Appelle Valley, I was injured and couldn’t go.  Then the next […]