This past weekend, we had the wonderful opportunity to take part in a video shoot with Danielle Binns a Pediatric Nutritionist and Health Coach for parents.
Danielle needed the assistance of our youngest child – Boo – who helped to prepare some delicious green pancakes – inspired through the Green Eggs and Ham book – and some super healthy and easy to make cookies.
Danielle’s story is absolutely incredible. Reading her story on her website after having met her brought tears to my eyes. I’m not going to re-tell her story. You just need to go read it yourself. You will be emotional, then inspired, and then understand why the services that Danielle offers are so incredibly valuable.
As the parent in our family who cooks breakfast and makes lunches for our kids – one child who has become very picky with food – I found immense value in just learning 2 simple food options from Danielle which we are going to cook at home. Sorry, which Boo is going to cook at home!
Danielle is more than a mother who is incredibly passionate about providing the BEST natural and holistic solutions for other moms (and dads) and babies. She has obtained credentials/certification in the following:
- Certified Nutritional Practitioner (CNP)
- “Naturally Designed Pregnancy and Postnatal Nutrition”
- “SOS (Sequential Oral Sensory) Approach to Feeding”
- “Feeding Matters”
Danielle can be found on Facebook through her Facebook Group: Holistic Solutions for Moms & Little Ones.
Her Facebook page is @ daniellebinnsnutrition
On Twitter and Instagram @daniellebinns4
Her Website is http://www.daniellebinns.com and her email is firstname.lastname@example.org
The 104th Grey Cup was held here in Toronto yesterday, at BMO field, home of the TFC, and all I can say was WOW.
The CFL may not be on the radar for everyone but this league knows how to put on an event, and both the Ottawa Redblacks’ players and the Calgary Stampeders players put on quite the show.
The game ended with the Redblacks winning their first championship since 1976 after a thrilling 39-33 OT win.
Unlike that championship game held south of the boarder, the Grey Cup games are usually quite exciting and a great showcase for the league and it never gets enough press or fanfare, which is sad.
Congratulations to the Redblacks and to the CFL for putting on a great event and for building a fast, skilled, talented league!
Had the opportunity to see the Andrew Scott Trio and their Tribute to Henry Mancini at Hugh’s Room last evening as the JAZZ.FM91’s Jazz in July Concert Series kicked off.
The Andrew Scott Trio paid homage to one of the most versatile talents in contemporary music, Henry Mancini – whom I heard a great deal of growing up because my father was a huge fan. Who doesn’t like the Pink Panther theme, Peter Gunn theme, Moon River, Breakfast at Tiffany’s or Days of Wine and Roses?
The concert was, as expected, fantastic, and I’m not just saying that because the guitarist, composer and educator, Dr. Andrew Scott is a close and personal friend of mine, but because Dr. Andy, as I call him, is a Canadian jazz icon because of his talents and knowledge of everything jazz and music in general. He has magical hands and fingers, a soothing voice and he now only wowed the crowd with his music, but with his knowledge.
Many times during the show, I wanted to sit back, close my eyes and let the music overtake me, but if I did that, I would miss the spectacle of watching Dr. Andy play.
The room was packed, the crowd was lively and very much into the music, and in awe of Andrew Scott’s immense talents.
A great time was had by all.