The Franklin Caravan Restoration with Ryobi

If you've been following us for a while now, you'll know we spend our weekends traveling the countryside from pubs to beaches. We love getting out with the kids to new places, have dreams of relocating to a more 'farm life' in the near future and just before we got pregnant with Evie, Chris and … Continue reading The Franklin Caravan Restoration with Ryobi

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Catch Christmas under $50.

If you don’t like Christmas, leave now. Ok, I’m glad you’re still here. Have you got Love Actually set up ready to watch, with Mariah’s Christmas album playing softly in the background? Excellent. I knew we would be good friends! As much as I adore Christmas, the Christmas shopping can be painful - especially as … Continue reading Catch Christmas under $50.

Readers choice: Sunscreen for sensitive skin

Come any season, there always seems to be some sort of health niggle. In Winter for us it's Hunter respiratory system and in Summer it's Evies eczema. Her eczema is year round, but one hot day and it flares like no tomorrow. It also flares with any of her gut health triggers which are sugar, … Continue reading Readers choice: Sunscreen for sensitive skin

TBB Life Update

As much as the original basis and idea for The Bean Bible was to share with you parent related things for the Geelong area, I also don't want this to turn into a product overloaded website. Finding time to 'blog' on our daily life with a 2 year old and a 10 month old however … Continue reading TBB Life Update

International Day of the Midwife

During the first 6 weeks after giving birth mums have a greater need for emotional support and her partner, mother and midwives are her biggest support.Receiving conflicting advice can be very normal. From this survey we see that midwives make a positive difference to mum’s confidence. Conflicting advice isn’t necessarily a scary thing, mum gets … Continue reading International Day of the Midwife

Stitches vs Staples

Thanks to one of my best girlfriends for inspiring this blog piece after a discussion about the 'joy' of childbirth. Warning - pictures of post cesarian wounds. Cesarians - still taboo? I can't see why. Vaginal or cesarian, childbirth is childbirth and each comes with their own set of pros and cons and possibly complications. … Continue reading Stitches vs Staples