The perfect buggy for an active toddler. With excellent storage. We can cover miles and miles in an easy pace without the usual buggy meltdowns rambunctious toddlers usually get. … More BUGGY TIME
For the first time ever, Harry-Zander developed a fever brought on by the flu and I was perplexed and found myself wishing I could breastfeed him to health again. It is hard to watch a child feeling so miserable and poorly and not be able to wave a magic wand to make it better. I … More Babies, Toddlers and The Flu
There was a boy . . . He became a man He was the wisest boy I knew I had a friend She became my lover Then my friend again She was my worst lover ever There was a song It was a memory It became many songs.
I’m really enjoying this Developing Your Eye course. It challenges me daily to discover new things about how I view things like the Day 5 and Day 6 challenge on CONNECTION and SOLITUDE. Ever pondered on how everything in life is connected? It’s amazing how we so often take connections for granted. Connections that are obvious … More Connections and Solitude
Home to me means family, memories made and to be made, secrets shared, tears wept and cleaned and walls that shook with laughter. Home is a smell, a song, a book, a movie. Home is all encompassing. I am NOTHING without home. … More HOME GOALS
Following up on my Being A Mum post, I interviewed some expatriate mothers to get a grasp on what mothering away from home and immediate family means; Their challenges and the upsides. Being a new expatriate mum, this interview really helped me prepare myself mentally for the challenges ahead. … More Being An Expat Mum
You need to find yourself, know yourself, arm yourself and guard yourself before you can really recognise who is worthy of you. And when that person who is worthy comes along, you mustn’t lose your advantage over every other distraction out there, you must remain through to yourself. … More Dating . . .