Whether you're passing through Geelong, traveling here for a visit, or you actually live in the area and want some inspiration - Well, I hope you come across this blog! I put it to the people of Instagram, about their personal choices of places to go and things to do for Geelong with Kids. And … Continue reading Getaway – Geelong Style
I love skincare and makeup, there's something so satisfying about cleaning your skin and then adding 25 layers of lotions and potions (before you even get to make up!). I might not be very good at it but that won't stop me pouring over anything our Queen Zoe Foster Blake writes, cruising beauty blogs and … Continue reading B-E-A-U-T-Y time with Artistry
Yep - you read it right. My husband ghosted me. No, we are not fighting/divorced/at loggerheads. In fact, 5 minutes before he ghosted me he was in the kitchen whispering sweet nothings in my ear as I laughed and pushed him away to mind the kids in the bath. Last Saturday night my husband was … Continue reading The Night My Husband Ghosted me
You know this is my favourite time of year - Christmas is literally the most exciting, buzzing time and I absolutely love celebrating every aspect of it. Wanna put your tree up in November? Go for it. Wanna blast Christmas carols through the supermarkets? Be my guest! So it comes as no surprise that I've … Continue reading Portable North Pole Time Again!
This article was posted on Babyology, where I write as a review blogger. The article was put together by Anita Butterworth. You can see my previous review for Metalicus clothing with them.
Expert Column: Pregnancy Exercise with Christine Fraser Look, this isn’t rocket science – if you weren’t doing something beforehand, during your pregnancy is not the time to try that crazy under water hot yoga pump session (I’m sure they don’t exist but you get my point).
Pelvic floor exercises and a Pilates take on Pelvic floor. Making them work hard for you! The pregnancy exercises that you may have heard of (or will probably hear about) are the kegel pelvic floor exercises. These are generally advised by the practitioners or physiotherapists at your hospital visits and information sessions. These involve locating and … Continue reading Pelvic Floor, Part Two.
Over the weekend Chris, Evie and I went for a huge walk - I mean 5 hours, 2 boob feeding stops and one poo explosion kind of long. A 'drive me to maccas now for 5 cheeseburgers and stop at Dan Murphys for some pale ale too STAT' kind of long. (That seriously happened). As … Continue reading Walking Tracks – Barwon River
Whoever invented this app was clearly Australian (actually they were - its the Australian Breastfeeding Association), because we all know how much Australians like to have a drink! And after 10 or more months of not being able to indulge apart from a cheeky wine or Guinness for those who are OK with it, it's … Continue reading APOT – FEED SAFE
One of the final things to tick off our must have list before Bean is born was a rocker/bouncer. My friend swears by hers, and her 4 month old is usually laying in it when I go over and say hi. Not only is it comfortable for the baby, but it allows mummas (and dads) to … Continue reading Rock-a-by baby (and let me take a shower)