Tag: parent

Creamy Mushrooms and Thyme on Toast

Creamy Mushrooms and Thyme on Toast

Welcome to my third waterless recipe of the waterless recipes series. Last week I made Waterless Molten Chocolate Microwave Mugs and they were so YUMMY! Today’s recipe though, has got to be my favorite mid-day snack. Simply because I love mushrooms. They compliment so many […]

I blame myself for my sons Epilepsy

I blame myself for my sons Epilepsy

JUST a few nights back, we were watching a series, and the person in the series unexpectedly had a seizure. When Liam saw that 5 second scene, he asked me what was happening so I explained that the person was having a seizure. Then he […]

Ditch the screens and Play {And WIN a HOT WHEELS Bundle}

Ditch the screens and Play {And WIN a HOT WHEELS Bundle}

TV, tablet, computer, phone, tv and computer games, are all regarded as screen time. No matter what important task you are busy with on any one of those devices, it all adds up. As a full time working mom, it is challenging to keep up […]

How my blog did in it’s first year

How my blog did in it’s first year

I started an Instagram account for my sons around November 2016. I posted a few pictures, but at a very slow pace. Never for a moment did I think I’d be writing about how my blog did in it’s first year. And when I say […]

Little Tikes Discover Sounds Workshop from Prima Toys

Little Tikes Discover Sounds Workshop from Prima Toys

The Little Tikes Discover Sounds Workshop from Prima Toys kept Cole busy for the longest time anything ever has. He and all of us were well entertained. We had a fun time watching him play and he had so much fun pushing every button and […]

Please vote for my blog in the 2017 South African Blog Awards

Please vote for my blog in the 2017 South African Blog Awards

My blog went live on the 21st of June this year. What a roller coaster it has been. I know my blog is still very much a baby, actually still in the womb, BUT this is why I’d like YOU to please vote for my […]

How swimming lessons helped my child {WIN A HAMPER FROM SPURT SA}

How swimming lessons helped my child {WIN A HAMPER FROM SPURT SA}

My eldest son has a natural inclination to be cautious in everything he does. Well, most of what he does at least. When it comes to swimming, he needs to feel completely safe before he enjoys himself in the water. Here’s my story on how […]

We’ve been featured in the Weekend Argus

We’ve been featured in the Weekend Argus

It must be the best feeling to open a Sunday newspaper and see yourself in a massive (ok not massive but kind of) picture in the Lifestyle section of the Sunday Argus. You guys, we’ve been featured in the Weekend Argus ya’ll!! When I was […]

Dear first-time mom – Motherhood described in 20 quotes

Dear first-time mom – Motherhood described in 20 quotes

You learn so much about yourself when you become a mom. If you’re reading this and are not a mom or about to become a mom, you will surely understand all of these quotes when your bundle arrives. So here it is, motherhood described in […]

Why I am OK when my toddler throws a tantrum

Why I am OK when my toddler throws a tantrum

Why I am OK when my toddler throws a tantrum My last born, Cole, is 13 months old as I write this post. I suddenly realised just the other day, that he is now a toddler. He’s not a baby any longer. Slowly but surely, […]