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Table of contents: March 2015

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THIS MONTH
The world of toys, apps & entertainment.

ONE LITTLE THING
Keep the change! Kids will be excited to save with these cute coin banks.

CRAFT
Cruise control. Get creative this March break and watch your kids zoom through the room in their very own race car.

CELEBRATIONS
Emoji party. Take the fun off-line and throw this fab supersized-icon-themed birthday bash.

POSTCARD FROM…
Saskatoon. Nadine Silverthorne and her clan discover why Canada’s fastest-growing city should be on every family’s must-visit list.

HAPPY & HEALTHY

BULLETIN
New products, studies & stats.

LITTLE BODIES
UTI SOS. Tricky to spot, but easy to treat, here’s what you need to know about urinary tract infections in kids.

FITNESS
Namaste, kid. Find out how yoga can help calm little minds.

CHECKUP
The big car seat mistake. Kids should be in the rear-facing car seat position as long as possible.

PRETTY SIMPLE
New beauty products, tips & tricks.

QUICK FIXES
How to…set up a scavenger hunt, get through airport security solo with a baby, make natural nut butter easier to spread.

AT OUR HOUSE
Can’t buy me love. After her divorce, single mom Chantal Saville learns that even the most perfect Elsa dress can’t make up for her daughter’s dad leaving.

BEHAVIOUR
Nobody’s perfect. What to do when your child accepts nothing short of perfection.

TECHNOLOGY
App traps. Your kids may be spending more than just their free time online.

MONEY
Birthday bashes that don’t break the bank. Give them the party of their dreams on a realistic budget.

THE GOOD SPORT
Give me a break. Not going away for March break? Ian Mendes can empathize—and help you survive your staycation.

FEATURES

Surviving a reno—with kids. It’s one of the biggest decisions you can make for your family. We’ll guide you through the mess so you can get to the other side.

How to do disney (without losing your mind!). The ultimate guide to saving time, money and your sanity at the Happiest Place on Earth.

Today’s Parent Approved 2015. We partnered with an independent research group and spoke to more than 1,000 parents to pick the recipients of our seal of approval. Check out the winners!

STEPS & STAGES

PREGNANCY Check out this prenatal-class primer for newbie and veteran parents alike.

BABY For some moms, breastfeeding can have crippling effects on their wrists.

TODDLER It may be gross, but nose-picking is totally normal.

LITTLE KID Your child’s not a joiner? Help her get comfortable in the crowd.

BIG KID How to handle tweens’ covert conversations.

IN THE KITCHEN

CUTE FOOD Crispy St. Patrick’s Day clovers with guacamole.

MEAL PLAN Say yes to the mess. Let the kids get their hands dirty by helping to make the meal—then watch them clean their plates come suppertime.

TREATS Apple-cinammon monkey bread.

JUST FOR YOU

THE DEBATE
Save for your retirement or your kid’s education?

THE FUNNY PAGES
This is my life. How teaching my toddler financial responsibility backfired.