Nadia Carriere is a mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.

10 outfits sure to impress the easter bunny

Hey, friends! I’m Melissa and I blog over at Love Like Johnny and June. I’m here filling in for one of my favorite gals, Lacy, while she’s on maternity leave. I myself had a baby not too long ago. My little guy (Henry!) is just five months old and we’re totally stoked to celebrate his first Easter. Although he won’t remember much about it, I’m still excited to take him to Easter Mass and to hide Easter eggs for him…and then help myself to all of the candy. Of course all of this celebrating calls for a festive outfit, right!?  Which […] Continue reading →


So many fantastic posts to share with you today! Happy Friday friends! These crispy Easter eggs look simply delicious! - The Pioneer Woman The cutest DIY Easter chick project you’ll ever see! – Handmade Charlotte  How to work hands-free while snuggling your baby – Little Style File The best kid-friendly attractions in Juneau, Alaska – Ciao Bambino Looking for a new playlist? My friend Audrey put together her favourite running tunes – Mom Generations My posts on The Most Affordable Family Getaway You Can Take Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort Is Now Open! Details On The New Hotel 7 […] Continue reading →


I’m totally a snack hog. I usually snack my way through the day until dinner time, forgoing anything that could be counted as an actual meal. Where did that entire box of Wheat Thins go while I was watching Downton Abbey? I don’t know, but I’m covered in crumbs and regret. These crispy zucchini snacks are an awesome alternative to popcorn as a movie snack (we made a batch while watching Frozen for the umpteenth time this week), and you can even amp up the health factor by baking them. I prefer them with that crisp brown coating that you […] Continue reading →


Very exciting news for Canadians! Etsy and Indigo just announced their Canadian pop-up collaboration featuring a range of unique goods from seven Etsy sellers from across North America. The products will be displayed in such a way to showcase the diversity of Etsy’s online shops. You’ll be able to view some of the products online through and in-store at the Toronto Eaton Centre Indigo location (220 Yonge St.). The collection will include map of Canada cutting boards from Richwood Creations, linen tea towels from STUDIOPATRO, chic fashion illustrations from The Aestate and porcelain apothecary bottles and vases from honeycomb studio. For the home, Indigo will carry hand-poured soy candles from Toronto’s own Smells Like Canada, […] Continue reading →


Spring has sprung full bloom here in north Florida, and it’s time to start planting our garden. I see bits of Spring weather sprouting in my hometown in northern Illinois as well, so hopefully this week will be the last of the cold and snow most of North America has to deal with this season. Bring on the April showers! Our two-year-old son has become an excited little gardener, so I thought I would put together our list of ideas to help your toddler grow his or her own little green thumb. Gardening Kits Seeds are super easy to get […] Continue reading →


Hugo Boss’ BOSS Kids fashion line is out and it’s dapper as ever! Whether you’re looking for something a little laid bath, or pieces that are on the dressy side, Hugo Boss has something for every occasion. The relaxed pieces are chic and sporty, cotton fleece trousers are worn with a woven jacket. The season’s must-have is the knit suit jacket with its sharp polo collar and rib-cuffed sleeves. The polo shirts – in piqué or with broad multicoloured stripes – add a sporty feel. This summer, the BOSS boys set sail for a regatta look. A tinge of wine […] Continue reading →

Frozen Tour Quebec City

Although I’m Canadian, as of February 2014, I had yet to go dog-sledding. It’s a little odd as dog-sledding is a major activity in this country, but I just had never got around to it. When I saw the activity listed in our agenda for the “Frozen” press event in Quebec City, I was completely stoked! Finally, I’d get my chance to see what the hubbub was all about. We visited Pourveoirie du Lac Beauport  in the late afternoon and received the full run-down by one of the guides at the establishment. He was extremely thorough and gave us a […] Continue reading →