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Family Friendly Fun This Easter Long Weekend

Family Friendly Fun This Easter Long Weekend

Spring Has Sprung!

It’s getting warmer, the days are getting longer, and the scent of cherry blossoms and freshly cut grass fill the air. As we start to shed our winter blues along with our winter coats, we realize – spring is here! And with spring comes the Easter long weekend.

Not sure what to do with your time off? Looking for some Easter themed fun but don’t know where to go? Not to worry, we have come up with a list of some of the best, most diverse, and family-friendly fun for you and yours to enjoy on any budget.

Here are some Easter events happening this weekend around the Lower Mainland to help you hop right into spring.

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Five Women Who Are Changing the World

Five Women Who Are Changing the World

Women have always been an influential force. At times, they’ve been hidden behind their male counterparts or their male pen names, but they’ve always had power, even if not out in the open. While our culture still has some room to grow in establishing true equality across the sexes, women are rising and reaching new heights like never before. Many women deserve to be saluted on the pages of history, but these are a few of the women who are changing the world today.

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Don’t Have a Sitter This Valentine’s Day? No Problem

Don’t Have a Sitter This Valentine’s Day? No Problem

Valentine’s Day can be a wonderfully romantic time that couples spend months planning, looking forward to, and desperately needing. This year, this lovely holiday falls on a Thursday — and if you have kids, that means planning around work and school while booking a baby sitter if you want to get out in the evening.

But even if you can’t get a sitter so you and your partner can enjoy a night out, there are plenty of ways to make this holiday a memorable one that recharges your relationship. Try these 10 ways to connect with your partner on Valentine’s Day when you can’t find a sitter to help out with the kids.

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Making the Teething Process More Comfortable for Your Baby

Making the Teething Process More Comfortable for Your Baby

Teething typically begins around four to seven months of age. Every baby is different, so even seasoned parents who have been through this process before may find themselves desperate for insights into how to ease teething. Knowing what to look for and what to do can help smooth some of the hazards of teething and create a more comfortable and stress-free experience for everyone.

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Fun Family Holiday Event Ideas for 2018

Fun Family Holiday Event Ideas for 2018

This holiday time of year is for sharing love and appreciation among our loved ones. When we get together as families and friends, we celebrate the spirit of the season, and that act of celebration helps bring us and bond us together. Almost as important, is the act of celebrating with our community and developing bonds with our neighbours far and wide. To that end, the array of Christmas and other seasonal events available to choose from is diverse and rich.

As you may know, 123Dentist regularly posts community events on a year-round basis to promote the spirit of our communities. So, it’s only natural that during this holiday season, we compile a list of fun family events where you can celebrate, not just with your family, but with your neighbours across the community.

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Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween Safety Tips

We are reposting this post from prior years, in the hopes that people would be able to take some of the tips and make the most of them. Hopefully, your night is as great as it could possibly be, and that you remember to floss for the following weeks, too.

Halloween night is full of fun frights, but you absolutely do not want any scares where your child’s safety is concerned. Halloween night sees twice as many accidents involving pedestrians and vehicles than any other night of the year.

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History of the Pacific National Exhibition (PNE)

History of the Pacific National Exhibition (PNE)

The Pacific National Exhibition is an annual fair held every August, taking place over 17 days in Hastings Park in Vancouver. The fair showcases industry and agriculture and is accompanied by a large funfair (Playland) to make a great family day out. The PNE now attracts almost a million visitors annually, and it has a history spanning back over 100 years.

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The Effects of Thumb Sucking and Pacifiers – updated 2018

The Effects of Thumb Sucking and Pacifiers – updated 2018

It’s common for babies and children to suck on their thumbs, fingers, or a pacifier. This is a typical practice because it helps children and babies to feel comforted and is a natural reflex for them. However, as natural as this reflex may be for babies and children, it can cause damage to their teeth and mouths if it is carried on for too long.

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Brushing Is a Team Sport

Brushing Is a Team Sport

Keeping your child’s teeth healthy is very important. Taking care of their baby teeth will help ensure their permanent teeth come in correctly and will allow your child to learn good oral hygiene habits at an early age, which is a vital skill they will use throughout their life. However, getting your child to start practising these oral hygiene habits can be difficult. One of the best ways to help them get in the habit of brushing and flossing their teeth is to do it together as a family every day.

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