It’s Good to be Good

In celebration of being nice

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Wonderfully Inventive

Getting stuck into Brian Selznick's beautifully illustrated, inventive tales

The Secret Garden

Major milestone unlocked: The Sleepover. In this day and age, sleepovers can be a bit of a taboo subject. Especially with all the paedophilia horror stories running rampant in the media. However, having enjoyed sleepovers so immensely in my own childhood, I would feel a bit hypocritical to have a blanket rule of no sleepovers.... Continue Reading →

Finding Beauty All Over Again

About two months ago, the word "seriously" made its appearance in Iris's daily speech. It has grown in its presence and now squats annoyingly in every corner of her speech, most often accompanied by a snort. "Seriously, do I have to eat toast?" "Seriously? What are you doing Loli (our new cat)?" You get the... Continue Reading →

The Flight of the Gay, Innocent and Heartless

This past year, doors have opened while others have closed. For example, I got the perfect job for my current stage of life, while learning to let a few of my housekeeping standards go so that I can keep my sanity. I've had to learn to manage my time even better so that I can... Continue Reading →

The Final Countdown

Don't know if anybody else shares my dilemma but my end of year reading selections tend to lean towards the quick reads. This is because I'm trying to bump up my annual number of books read in a last sprint to the finish so to speak. This year, I've actually engaged in a public online... Continue Reading →

Drastic Measures

Every single mother has had and will continue to have those moments. Those times when banging your head on the wall is highly preferable to parenting your child at that particular moment. If you even try to deny it, you're an alien. So it was with a slightly unhealthy glee that I read a short... Continue Reading →

Growing Up Subtly

So I had a minor-major mum moment on Sunday where I realised, slightly tearfully, that my baby is well and truly growing up. Horns Tails Spikes and Claws by J. Elizabeth Mills and Jef Czekaj was one of my opshop finds a few years ago. It's one of those mix-and-match books you can flip different... Continue Reading →

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