Country kids: watching the fisherman

This week we’ve been outdoors a lot with a trip to the farm, the safari park and little visits in the garden and the park. But sometimes the impromptu visits are the best. On Friday we walked into the town and when we were out decided to get to the park. We had fun swinging… Continue reading Country kids: watching the fisherman

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National breastfeeding week: breastvest giveaway

As part of national breastfeeding week, breastvest have provided me with a breastvest to giveaway to one of my readers in their choice of size and colour. If you are a breastfeeding mother or are planning on breastfeeding breastvest will be a handy item for you. It’s just a piece of underwear which makes any… Continue reading National breastfeeding week: breastvest giveaway


National breastfeeding week: the myths

The biggest myth or misconception is that it’s easy. It’s not. Even if you’ve Breastfed your previous child(ren). You have to relearn and your child needs to learn. At first it’s hard, then there are times when it’s hard again, when things change, weight, routine, sleep, teeth. If you know it’s going to be hard… Continue reading National breastfeeding week: the myths

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National breastfeeding week: pumping

Today’s topic on the scavenger hunt is pumping. It’s not something I’ve ever been entirely successful at to be honest. But the key is relaxation, easier said than done when you’re watching each drop drip down, stressing about having enough milk for your baby when you aren’t there. You need to relax to get your… Continue reading National breastfeeding week: pumping

365 · the sissy

2013 365 #177 ‘the sun has got his hat on’

I’ve missed 6 days! With no Internet access its been tough but I will post my lost days. The boys both have colds and are seriously snuffly. I turn 30 today. Sammy has a nickname of ‘the dog’ courtesy of MrSlender, a rip off of smelly cat song but with Sammy Dog instead…random but there… Continue reading 2013 365 #177 ‘the sun has got his hat on’