Posted in A moms opinion, Shaveh

My “Silly Season” is over!

December is kind of here and I can already feel the buzz in the air as schools start to close, parents start to schedule their last few play dates and shops just become just a little bit more unbearable than usual. Yip, and our city becomes this little honey pot that all of the other South African bees rush to. The roads become silly and everything in general becomes silly. Bank accounts get siphoned for all things Christmas and school stuff for next year. Continue reading “My “Silly Season” is over!”

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Posted in Iraina

Happy 8th Birthday – Iraina’s birth story

Today our beautiful Iraina turns 8! Ok, give me a sec – I just have to pull myself together as I realise that my second born is 8 whole years old!! what is happening? Time is flying way too fast. Anyway, as promised a few months ago on Aislyn’s birthday – I am going to take the time to type out my daughter’s birth story. It’s drama free and not as long as Aislyn’s but it’s an absolute miracle how it all unfolded. It’s the kind of birth story that sounds a little too easy. Enjoy reading as I walk down memory lane and celebrate our beautiful Iraina. Continue reading “Happy 8th Birthday – Iraina’s birth story”

Posted in A moms opinion, In our home

Making Yummy things in Bulk

Many of you might relate to the life of trying to feed a house with kids and yet the budget is like itty, bitty tiny. Am I right? The worst thing is also trying to keep our family lifestyle as healthy as we possibly can.

Now, before I go into what I’m about to share – let me say that I’m all for healthy eating, BUT I’m also for kids having the opportunity to enjoy yummy things when they can in moderation. Continue reading “Making Yummy things in Bulk”

Posted in Being the wife, In our home

What The Kids Need When Dad Is Away

Tim has been away for a week now and I always find it fascinating how I respond to him being away and also how the kids respond to him being away. Let’s talk about the kids first. I remember when I first became aware of how each child reacts to the absence of their father. I think Iraina was one and a half Continue reading “What The Kids Need When Dad Is Away”