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Cushing’s Disease Awareness Day

Are YOUR hormones outta whack? My Cushing’s Disease went undiagnosed for over 5 years. This is a common story of survivors. Not surprisingly, the concerns of middle-aged, moody, overweight women screaming that it’s not their fault has never been a medical research priority. Presenting during and after my 4th pregnancy, it was easy for doctors to […]

Moxie’s Brain Tumour: Why my diagnosis was a relief

Many of you that know me or visit the shop frequently have no doubt heard me talking about my health and noticed some major physical changes. Even 10 months after my surgery, customers are often shocked and confused to see me now and hear of my recent challenges. As I feel I am finally in […]

The End of Daylight Saving Time is Coming! (Triona Coakelin)

While we’ve been enjoying a warmer than usual Fall in Toronto it’s easy to forget that the end of Daylight Saving Time is quickly approaching! While moving the clock back an hour makes adults sleepy for a couple of days as their bodies adjust to the change, it can take children a little longer to assume a new sleep routine. […]

5 Common Baby Sleep Myths – BUSTED! (Triona Coakelin)

Understanding baby sleep is challenging enough without all the old wives’ tales and uninformed public opinions. Fortunately, scientific research is undercutting generations of false claims, helping parents understand how to help their children sleep safely and soundly. Here are the five top pieces of received wisdom that turned out, post-fact- check, not to be wisdom at all. SLEEP MYTH 1: Later to […]

Help the children of Barbuda

Barbuda is a very small island with a population of approximately 2000 people. Hurricane Irma completely  destroyed everything, including the hospital and airport. All of its inhabitants have been moved to shelters and homes on its sister island of Antigua. They have lost everything. One of our customers has asked us for help. Her husband is […]

First grade blues

We have heard from so many of you who are struggling with the back-to-school transition. Please know that you are not alone and it will get easier. With that in mind, I unearthed this blog post I wrote back in 2012 when my now 11-year-old was having a hard time with Grade 1. – Jane My […]

Summer Newsletter (Yay!)

We hope you’re having a great summer! As far as we’re concerned, it’s still in full swing. :) MASSIVE SALE If you’re hitting Taste of the Danforth this weekend, pop in for a visit… we’re having a big sale! We have a super duper $1 table. We’ll also have $5 dresses, sweaters, overalls & jeans. […]

Local Merrily Mum Spotlight: Kristina Rajes

Kristina started her company, Buy Some Love, after the birth of her first child eight years ago. Like most of us on mat leave, she needed some extra cash so she starting making and selling jewelry in her Etsy shop and in retail stores. After working at a law firm for 10 years, she decided […]

June Newsletter

We hope you’re reading this while driving to the cottage or planning for a great long weekend! HOURS UPDATE We will be closed Saturday, July 1st. (We’ll be in Jane’s backyard with dozens of children and some stiff drinks). And, we’ll return to being closed on Mondays for the month of July. IN-STORE $2 & […]

Local Merrily Mum Spotlight: Amy Wetton

  Amy grew up in Aurora, graduated from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University and worked as a Designer/Art Director for 10+ years in Toronto. She now lives in Leslieville with her husband and three-year-old twins, Jake & Carson. Wild Canary Studio was born while the boys napped one day and she picked […]

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