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Author: Kelly Wilk

Strong Healed Heart – Narrative Workshop Series

posted Monday, August 29, 2016

by: in Parenting

Peoples stories fascinate me, but there is one story that I never knew until 2009 when I reconnected with Laura my biological mom. While visiting her house for the first time I got an opportunity to reflect on the things that make storytelling a vital act of self expression. As I am on the verge […]

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Good Job Mom!

posted Tuesday, May 3, 2016

by: in Parenting

There are a number of phrases that The Menace has taken on, that I love. Like during his Peter Pan phase when everything was “mom, it’s a booby trap!” My heart skips a beat every time he randomly says “I love you mom” but I am inclined to be proud of myself when he says […]

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Dragons Love Tacos

posted Wednesday, April 20, 2016

by: in Parenting

At some point in history someone said variety is the spice of life. Well I say poo. I say bring on nailing down some staples so that your kid will actually eat at dinner time, then variety comes next. Variety comes after he finishes gobbling something up when we are guests, but then acting like it’s […]

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Step Aside Son

posted Tuesday, April 19, 2016

by: in Parenting

So The Ginger Menace and I have opened the doors to a familiar bereavement ridden friend, Captain Grief. The same way I birthed my little superhero over a 42hr period, similarly I brought forth this bawling, dirty mouthed being and wrote my blog The High Flying Adventures of Captain Grief! The Menace is not too pleased. When she […]

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OUTSIDE – A Play About Bullying and Homophobia, at The 519 – March 19, 2016

posted Friday, March 18, 2016

by: in Parenting

Roseneath Theatre is at it again. And when I say at it I mean putting on another fantastic production aimed at kids, but this time conquering bullying and homophobia. I am proud to say that after a successful integration of the concept of money, particularly after taking The Ginger Menace to see The Money Tree […]

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Review: “The Money Tree” – A Fun Filled Family Production

posted Sunday, March 6, 2016

by: in Parenting

When The Ginger Menace and I rolled up to The Roseneath Theatre I was not sure what to expect, therefore I was blown away by the scene we were greeted with. The folks at Roseneath sure know how to put on a kid friendly party! First we were met by a wide variety of items for the […]

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Let It Go

posted Thursday, March 3, 2016

by: in Parenting

I don’t often win, but when I do I consider it a triumph. The challenge; trying to gently make my child understand that he has to share even with me,  balanced with my need to keep the peace and enjoy the payoff, which is an enjoyable evening.  The occasion; movie night. I often contemplate the fact […]

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Money Does(n’t) Grow On Trees

posted Monday, February 1, 2016

by: in Parenting

One of the things I was worried about before I became a parent was the areas where I lacked knowledge and ability. My wife said to me “don’t worry, I’ll do math and science and you’ll do English!” So I took a deep breath and put that worry aside. Since she passed away, part of […]

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The Gift of Self-Care

posted Friday, January 15, 2016

by: in Parenting

“So why are you taking him to the chiropractor, what’s wrong with him?” This was the inquiry that I was being asked as a parent. This was a question I needed to respond to as a holistic practitioner, but at the moment I didn’t. It is hard work being a parent and it is easy […]

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Just Like Mom’s Homemade Caramel Corn

posted Tuesday, November 17, 2015

by: in Parenting

The roasting pan was steel, a little battered, and stained with many years of by gone turkeys. Just thinking about it I can smell the hint of salt and pepper, paprika and touch of curry mom sprinkled over top of the birds. However that is actually a separate memory from the one I experienced a […]

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