Kamloops Momma Magazine is a new, free, publication connecting local families to each other and to our community. We provide information about regional events, resources and businesses, as well as articles intended to inspire, enlighten, and empower parents and caregivers.
Tamara Caputo is a Kamloops mom-to-one, and our winning-est reader at KamloopsParents.Com. Here, she dishes the goods on her great-smelling laundry and tees up with a giveaway from Lil Monkey Bums.
“I started cloth diapering my 18-month-old son when he was 9 months. I had done minimal research on cloth diapers and had mostly just talked to friends who also cloth diapered. I found some Continue reading Stinkin’ Good Smell: Rockin’ Green Detergent Review
Jen Bonar is a local Mom who applied to carry the Olympic torch, in its recent pass through Kamloops. She wrote, “In order to create stronger communities, and encourage my friends and family to live an active lifestyle, I will demonstrate to those around me the active lifestyle I live with my husband and young daughter, and will encourage those around me and the clients I work with and train, to live active, healthy lifestyles.”
Dawnica Flatt is a local Mom, entrepreneur, Early Childhood Educator and Stampin Up demonstrator that is a frequent contributor of kid-friendly crafts, here on KamloopsParents.Com. Dawnica hosts regular craft nights where you can learn to make really cool cards and other paper creations. As well, she hosts open craft nights that are free and kid-friendly if you are interested in getting out and trying some of the paper crafts that she has put together on the site (or anything else, for that matter). My kids and I love to go Stampin’ at Dawnica’s and feel free to contact her at email@example.com if you would like to, too!
An old way of keeping cool! A paper fan! Continue reading FAN-tastic: Crafting With Kids
Miranda Brown is a homeschooling Mama of six beautiful children.
“My running journey started when my 5th baby was 5 months old. I decide I would try something new. I saw an ad in Kamloops Daily News for “Run Club” to start training for the annual Boogie the Bridge. So I quickly signed up while I had myself convinced it was a good idea. I did 2 sessions with Kamloops Run Club and then found out I was expecting baby number 6. I hadn’t loved running at that point at all.