When we booked our recent trip to Palm Cove, it was a now-or-never situation. Now being that we actually had money in the account on the day that Jetstar was having a Fare Frenzy, and never being that we probably wouldn't tomorrow (because life), so just do it already! I'm going to tell you a … Continue reading Palm Cove Paradise
In some ways, I think that I am very instinctually maternal. I never felt anxious about having kids, I wear them, I am fine with co sleeping, I make their food from scratch. I tell them I love them a million times a day, I stay home with them day in, day out. Nothing special … Continue reading The flips sides of parenting
So I've been debating whether to talk about this or not - It's personal, and it's taken a few days of thinking since leaving hospital but since my blog is all about my personal journey with parenting as well as helping connect you to local products and places, it seems right. Monday morning I woke … Continue reading Pericardial Effusion
I remember the first feeling of my milk 'coming in' with Evie. She was a few days old and were in the car and as we pulled up to the house I said to Chris, "Woah my boobs feel really weird! OMG THEY FEEL REALLY WEIRD like there's something IN THEM!" And as I pulled … Continue reading Things I’ve done since finishing breastfeeding
The dark days, are gone. Thanks Florence. It was Florence right? Anyway, I actually had this blog written in my head a week or so ago but never got around putting pen to paper so to speak since Chris has been working night shifts and I've been numero uno parento, master of the children, cooking … Continue reading The dark days are over
As I sit here after just breastfeeding my 6 day old, with a 4.5 hour gap since his last 'meal', I read a truly interesting and bang on article. The article in question talks about breastfeeding, parenting books and discussing 'What is normal?'. It talks about how so many times we are told that our … Continue reading But – is it normal?
I could hear my heart beat going crazy on the monitor, even though I thought I felt relatively ok and calm. I was given a few different drugs through my IV to calm me down while asking Chris what was wrong, and the surgery continued.
So next week I am due to have bean #2. I am nervous and excited all at the same time - excited because if I have to be pregnant for one more day I think I might just explode, and nervous because, how do you love another baby as much as your first? And how … Continue reading Baby love times two
A run down on our recent holiday to Hobart, with tips, tricks and more. "Unless you're Evie and you hate holidays and all the toys get thrown onto the floor along with your $9 fruits salad and yoghurt."
Published in Ruby Magazine As I sit here on deadline day wondering what on earth I could write for you, something sparkly and witty to capture the last few months of my life since the last edition has been out, I was stumped. I started, I stopped, I started again and then I deleted the … Continue reading Sleep Like A Baby