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10 Picture Perfect Looks For Picture Day

Posted September 15, 2014 by Anonymous

Oh, picture day. A part from the first day of school, it’s probably the second most anticipated day of the school year. Everybody cleans up, puts their best face forward – the whole nine yards. They’re great memories to look […]

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Family

Exploring those famous (or infamous?) ruins in Gatineau Park

Posted September 8, 2014 by andrea tomkins

The first time, and last time, I visited the ruins of the old mill in Gatineau Park was sometime in the mid-90s. Back then it was still mostly a secret, and not a place that families would necessarily venture out and explore. I’m happy to report that this area has become a lot more mainstream and […]

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Books

Our favourite graphic novel

Posted September 5, 2014 by andrea tomkins

We’re big fans of the Amulet series here at Casa Fishbowl, and were THRILLED to discover that the latest one (number 6!) is out. If you’re looking for something new to capture the interest of a reluctant reader or to inspire a young artist/writer/designer THIS IS IT.  Even if you’re neither of those things, it’s a very […]

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General

For hire: professional chauffeur

Posted July 21, 2014 by Amy

For hire: Professional chauffeur (uniform will consist of shorts, black tank and flip-flops) Rate: Free, but accepts hand-drawn pictures with inventive spelling captions and rainbow loom bracelets Vehicle: Slightly dented, scratched-up SUV (bonus ground-up organic Cheerios on floor) If interested, please contact Snarky Mommy. But you’ll have to call her cell phone, because she can’t [...]

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