My daughter Meaghan came home to Moncton this summer and she brought along her boyfriend Ian. We took the opportunity to spend time Travelling with Grown-up Kids to some local attractions.
We are thankful for the complimentary passes from Resurgo Place, Magnetic Hill Zoo, the Albert County Museum and Kings Landing and gift certificate from Magnetic Hill Wharf Village Restaurant. I appreciate the sponsorship from these organizations in our “Travelling with Grown-up Kids” feature. All opinions are my own.Continue reading “Travelling with Grown-up Kids: New Brunswick”
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored in partnership with Boss Supplements Moncton. The content is created by me with quotes from the video conversation between Matt Makischuk and myself, held on September 10, 2019.
Disclosure: This post is sponsored in partnership with uresta®. All opinions are my own.
Stress Urinary Incontinence
Stress Urinary Incontinence is a thing. It’s a thing that I have, and I share with 1 in 2 women, especially those of us past our 40’ s. I managed it with by using pads, but there were times, like during Tae Kwon Do classes that I would have to leave and go to the bathroom in the middle of kicking drills because the leaking was becoming something more.
We are grateful for the complimentary passes and tours from Parks Canada at The Mabel and Alexander Graham Bell Museum and The Fortress of Louisbourg. Also, thanks to The Highland Village for the complimentary passes we received. I appreciate the partnerships of these organizations that enhanced our “Travelling with the kids as grown-ups” trip to Cape Breton Island. All opinions are our own.
I remember the night my sister was born. I was almost 5 years old, and I woke up because I could hear loud voices. Mom was on the phone to our neighbour, and the next thing I knew, Mrs. Somerton was there, and my parents were gone. I didn’t know what was going on, but it felt scary. Many years later I found out that because of a serious medical situation, my sister was born by emergency c-section on Valentine’s Day, a month before she was due. It was a while before I got to meet her, but I remember feeling so glad that I had a baby sister.
“Travel with your Grown-up Kids” is a new series I am starting. I will be sharing experiences of travelling with our kids and their partners. I thought that by starting off with this “top ten list”, it might encourage some of you who still have “littles” that things do get easier! Enjoy. Continue reading “Top Ten Reasons To Travel with your Grown-up Kids”
Do you know how elephants are trained? When they are babies, a heavy rope or chain is put around their neck and tied to a tree. The elephant tries to get away but can’t. The elephant finally realizes that there is no way it can get away, and it gives up. Soon, just the feel of the weight of the rope is enough to make the elephant stay where it is.