Pamela Chan/BCFamily.ca/Editorial I love it! Somebody searched the term “embrace the weird” and landed on BCFamily.ca Sweet! Because it just so happens that I have written about that topic. I didn’t say as much at the time when I wrote that post; however, I was that girl who was called “weird”. Not only was I [...]
Pamela Chan/BCFamily.ca/Editorial It is not the time when you would expect everything to hit the fan but that’s when it happened. Just before heading off to church, my husband and I had a “blow up” over how I was collecting everything I needed by a bag in the front hall. Since my son came around [...]
You know those sexy women who cause men’s eyes to turn – on TV, at the office or in real life? You can be quite certain that they don’t enter a man’s imagination holding a bottle of stainless steel cleaner in their hands.
You’re probably surprised to hear from me because, you see, for the longest time you’ve been hiding behind a mask called “friend”. You probably didn’t think I noticed that you’re not too fussed about me when I’m not around.
When I heard that the Jian Gohmeshi and Raffi sat down for an interview my first thought was “sweet!”.
That village raising children we’ve been hearing about doesn’t just exist in other countries. It’s happening right here in British Columbia, across North America and beyond.
When I first discovered TED talks online, I used to watch them a lot. In the last few months – perhaps even well over a year – I’ve forgotten about them.
In his short film about a day in the lives of mothers, film maker Matt Bieler captures similar moments. In one scene a child compares a mother to angels. The film is a sweet reminder of the care and consideration provided by mothers and mothering women such as devoted aunties or aunts by adoption.
Pamela Chan, BCFamily.ca Your Royal Highnesses, Here in British Columbia we followed the happy news that you welcomed your son into your family and that everything is going well. Congratulations! Your experience resonates with me as our twins were born four years ago and one day before yours. My husband and I also got married [...]
Kite flying on the beach in Parksville This piece is part of a VancouverMom.ca blog series on the topic of fear. It seemed to be a good opportunity to tell this story; shed light on what it is like to experience a stroke and be in hospital; and, talk about how anticipation, fear and coping [...]