Road trips can be fun and are a wonderful way to see the countryside. Planning a trip while pregnant can be just as much fun, however, you may need to consult your healthcare provider first, depending on the distance you … Read the rest
Parenting a child on the autism spectrum includes unique challenges, and outdoor safety is one of them!
With a little ingenuity and thoughtfulness, you can create a safe, accessible, and functional backyard for your child.
Here are some ideas … Read the rest
If you’ve ever considered attending a networking, influencer or blogging event, the Kids Business Bloggers Brunch should be at the top of your list!
But what’s the big freakin’ deal about all these networking “events”? (apart from the amazing food, … Read the rest
I wish I had a magic wand to wave and declare that there is an easy way to cope with as a FIFO wife and mother.
But there’s no wand.
It’s just bloody hard work.
I’ll write this from a … Read the rest
In the beautiful flattering lights of the Myer change rooms almost 25yrs ago, I turned around to check the back of the swimmers I’d just put on.
And I cried. I ripped off the bathers, devastated that somehow between seasons … Read the rest
Speech Language Impairment, expressive and receptive language disorder. Just some of the terms I heard today.
It’s pretty rare that I blog twice in one night, given that sometimes I struggle to write once a week.
Tonight I’ve got a … Read the rest
You know how sales assistants always tell you to go down a size to allow for stretch in denim?
Well my sized-down jeans were banished to the back of the wardrobe when they started cutting off blood supply to my … Read the rest
Jen – you did it. You overcame my fear (complete loathing) for family photoshoots.
Ever since our early years of pixifotos, and then venturing into lifestyle shoots, the thought of family photos made me want to vomit. Or at least … Read the rest