Rachel Stewart

Family

Haakaa Breast Pump Review – Video Review

Milk Bar Breast Pumps recently sent me a Haakaa Breast Pump to review! I was really excited about doing this review, because it’s a breast pump I have actually had my eye on for a while.

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Children Articles

Cost Of A Free Education In Australia

In Australia we have a free public education system. But it’s easy to forget that our children’s education is apparently free when we open up an invoice for $800 for two children attending public school. That’s not really my definition of free.

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Children Articles

” How Do You Breed Babies ”

My youngest asked me last night "Mummy, how do you breed babies?" Hilarious phrasing. I’m going to thank Minecraft for that one. On Minecraft she breeds her sheep, cows, and dogs. Most of all the dogs.

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Baby Articles

Stupid Things People Say About Breastfeeding

I’m not sure if it’s because I breastfed my kids for an exceptionally long time (Nearly 8 years in total!!!) so people had plenty of time to comment on it. Or if it’s because I have “Hey, please tell me how to parent” stamped on my forehead.

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Pram Reviews

babybee prams Comet Duo Review

I want to start by saying I have really enjoyed working with on reviews with babybee prams over the last couple of years. I have previously review their single pram.

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Children Articles

Homework: How much is too much or too soon?

I hate homework. I hate homework more as a parent than I did as a student (and trust me, I wasn’t a fan of it then either). I’d even say I hate homework more than my children do now. HATE it. Yet, I still attempt to enforce it at home.

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Product Reviews

Vividwireless 4G Modem Review

She explained the modem is as easy as just plugging it in and then connecting your devices to the WiFi. That easy. No wires. No telephone cable. If you can plug in an appliance and type in a password you can operate this modem. It's just “Plug and play”.

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General Health

Protect Home Doctor Services – House Call Doctor

Home doctor services are incredibly important service for our community. They provide bulk billed, after hours, GP services in your home. There have been several times if we couldn't get a home visit doctor to come to us we would have unnecessarily taken our children to hospital.

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Children Articles

5 Tips To Get To School On Time

have a confession to make - I’m usually the parent hurling their kids out of the car onto the footpath in the drop-and-run zone as the bell goes at 9:00am (give or take a couple of minutes!) It’s a rare morning that my kid doesn’t have to run to class.

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Product Reviews

Smash Sparkly Satchel Bag Review

I am absolutely in love with this insulated Smash sparkly satchel bag. In. Love. It has everything wonderful all rolled into one. It’s pink. It’s pretty. It has sparkles! It’s amazing.

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Children Articles

Benevolent Neglect : The Beauty Of Boredom

“Mum, play with me.” My eight year old moaned. “You never play with me anymore.” (He means since I played UNO with him this morning.) I do play with my kids. I actually play with my kids a whole lot more than my parents ever played with me.

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Children Articles

Confession: I Think I Have A Favourite Child

The Favourite Child Apparently most parents have a favourite child. We just don’t admit to it. It’s the darkest of all our secrets – the kind of information we should take to our graves. Whenever anyone brings up whether or not we have a favourite child we should respond with…

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Target Hits A Sore Spot With Their Latest Catalogue

Admittedly, this a bit of a storm in a teacup, but it’s the school holidays. I am a little bored. So it was interesting and enlightening to watch the drama online as it unfolded.

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Lifestyle

My Fashion Rules For 2017

Stop buying clothes and not wearing them. Start only buying and wearing clothes I love. There are SO MANY REASONS I need to stop doing this. It’s neither economical nor environmentally friendly to keep buying clothes and not wearing them.

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Home

Best Sparkling Wines On A Budget

I love sparkling wine. It's pretty much the only alcoholic beverage I drink. There's just something festive, fun and decadent about a glass of beautiful bubbles.

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Family

Greyhound adoption – Story of The Sad and Lonely Greyhound

My mum adopted a greyhound named Jodie a few months ago. Something that I was a little nervous about - not knowing anything about greyhounds. I had imagined they were aggressive and dangerous to have around children. I had no idea how gentle and sweet greyhounds are.

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Family

Christmas Day Away From Extended Family

If I could do anything for Christmas this year (or every year for that matter) it would be load the family up on a plane and fly to the Gold Coast to spend the holidays with my Grandma, Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins. But unfortunately four return flights at that time…

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Family

Stop Asking Me To Work For Free

This isn’t just something that happens in the blogging community. This happens to basically everyone in the creative or arts industry. We’re expected to work for experience, for exposure, for trade - but not for money.

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Lifestyle

5 Gifts I’d Love For Christmas

So, there’s not really a whole lot of point to writing this list, other than if anyone happens to ask me what I want for Christmas I can direct them to this blog post (Joking)

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Family

IKEA Christmas Guide – Gifts For the Whole Family

Christmas and Ikea are two of my favourite things, so naturally combining the two is simply magical to me. This year I set myself a challenge - that I can find something for EVERYONE at Ikea (or at the very least every age group. If there's absolutely nothing that appears…

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Diet and Exercise

A LCHF Christmas : Low-Carbers Survival Guide

Christmas is rapidly approaching, which is wonderful! I love Christmas. It’s my favourite time of year! Christmas carols, decorations, seeing family, buying presents - the food. Oh how I love the food.

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Health

Anxiety Attacks – What Not To Say (And how to really help)

I get you just want to help. I really do. This is no way a critism of anyone who's ever said any of these things to me. I really really understand you mean to be supportive, but sometimes it has the opposite affect.

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Children Articles

How To Throw A Great Children’s Party

Avoid food that requires more preparation than “Open packet. Dump on tray.” If you absolutely must serve something you felt like you actually put effort into, slap together a fruit platter... then you can feel like you've offered a healthy alternative to put next to the sea of chips, lollies,…

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Family

All I Want For Christmas Is You

The Year A Christmas Carol Broke My Heart *Content warning* Discusses difficulty conceiving. One Christmas, several years ago I was walking through a shopping centre with my son who had just turned 2 years old. There were decorations everywhere and Christmas Carols were playing continuously. Overall it was a lovely…

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Why We Don’t Need More Gilmore Girls

So, I think I’m not the only one who’s first reaction to those final words was to basically panic and search the internet for any kind of indication that they were planning to make more. They can’t end it like this! They can’t. It’s not okay.

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Lifestyle

Happy Gilmore Girls Day!

I’ve recently binge-watched the whole 7 seasons… though I peaked too early and finished it a few weeks ago, so I’ve been re-rewatching it. Which has given me A LOT of time to think about the BIG question of Gilmore Girls… *drum roll*.

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Compact Travel Prams - Super Light Compact Prams

Best Travel Pram For Your Family

As the holiday season approaches people start to ask me to recommend them the best travel pram. While there is no absolute best travel pram, it's simply a matter of working out what is the best travel pram for YOUR family.

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Baby Articles

Lansinoh Breastfeeding Gift Pack

When my son was first born I didn’t really know much about breastfeeding. I knew I wanted to breastfeed, though I didn’t really think much about it. I didn’t do any breastfeeding classes, or even read much about breastfeeding. I’d figured that breastfeeding would be just like giving birth –…

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Health

5 Things I Wish I Knew When I Had Postnatal Anxiety

When I had Postnatal Anxiety with my first baby 8 years ago (actually his birthday is on Saturday!) there was so many things I just didn’t know that I didn’t know. I didn’t expect to need to know.

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Children Articles

Gifts For Teachers

As the end of the year approaches we all start to ask that particularly painful question. “What are good gifts for teachers?” It’s a hard one! Because while we adore, admire, and appreciate the people who dedicated the year to teaching our children

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Double Pram Reviews - Best Double Prams

Babyhood Doppio Inline Multi-Mode Pram

The babyhood Doppio has so many awesome features. I'm so excited to introduce it to you! I love - LOVE - that both seats can be transformed with a couple of quick clips from an upright seat to a fully flat bassinet.

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Family

My Kids Don’t Have To Hug You And That’s Okay

I don’t let anyone touch, hug, kiss, hold, pick up or tickle my children if my child indicates they don’t want them to. They don’t even need to say “no”; we have more of a “Yes means yes” policy.

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Product Reviews

Twister turns 50!

It’s been 50 years since the creation of the iconic game Twister. It was originally called “King’s Footsies” and only played with your feet! When the game was adapted to include hands it was renamed to “Pretzel” and eventually came to be the “Twister” in 1966.

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Product Reviews

“Only For Me” Review

Only For Me Review What It’s About I was recently sent Only For Me – written by Michelle Derrig – to review. It’s a beautifully illustrated children’s book that is aimed to teach children about their bodies and their own personal safety. Only For Me manages to balance to arming…

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Lifestyle

Today I Quit Writing – Again

  The Moment I Quit Writing This morning I sat in front of my computer in tears. My stomach in knots. And feeling utterly done. Something had gone horribly wrong on the website – I’m not going to bore you with too many of the details, but we have a…

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Parenting Articles

Parents with Prams Parking

So, I’m basically the worst kind of person. I’ve done a terrible thing. I parked in the PARENTS WITH PRAMS parking and then put my toddler in a shopping trolley. I didn’t even have a pram in the car that day! When I returned from grocery shopping I found this…

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Family

Finding The Best Pet For Our Family

We are currently looking for the best pet for our family. I’ve wanted a pet for the kids for several years. I grew up with pets. I’ve had practically every kind of pet. Dogs, cats, birds, fish, rabbits, mice, rats, guinea pigs, chickens, a lizard and even a couple of…

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Baby Articles

Pinky McKay Is One of my Favourite People

It’s totally a fan letter. It’s weird because obviously she doesn’t know me, but I feel like she’s been there for me for years. She’s been my backup. My support team. My cheerleader. She’s been a source of wisdom to me.

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Birthing Articles

Birth Trauma Matters

Exactly how you give birth might not matter; a csection, vaginal birth, home birth, or in hospital, whether it was hands off birth or you had lots of intervention. What happened doesn't matter nearly as much as how you felt during and after giving birth.

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Recipes

Easy Toum: The Not-So-Traditional Recipe

Easy Toum The Not-So-Traditional Recipe I was introduced to Toum by my partner’s family. My mother in law makes toum regularly and they consume it in much the same way that my family would use tomato sauce – it’s used on meat, vegetables, sandwiches, as a dip, on chips, etc.…

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Diet and Exercise

My LCHF Adventure

How I lost more than 10kgs in less than 3 months with no calorie counting, shakes, pills, programs, starving myself or increased exercise. I’m just eating delicious food whenever I'm hungry (okay, with one catch...)

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Product Reviews

Happy 60th Birthday Play-Doh

I’ve recently made the decision that I am no longer going to be doing any more free product reviews.... And then I was offered some Play-Doh and immediately went back on that decision… because it’s Play-Doh! Who could say no?!?!

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Tips & How To

7 Ways to Procrastinate Like An Expert

I am the queen of procrastinating. If procrastination was a sport I’d definitely think about the possibility of maybe entering one day.

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Family

Weaning My 4 Year Old – For Reals This Time

You could say I’m an expert on weaning. I should be, I’ve been doing it for the last 2 years. I’ve spent more time trying to wean my daughter than I've spent just breastfeeding her.

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Diet and Exercise

Body Image and Weight Loss

Surely I can’t be the only person who’s thought: “I’d love my body if I weighed X amount” “I’d love my body if I wear X size clothing” “I’d love my body if it looked exactly how I want it to look.”

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Baby Articles

8 Best Baby Carriers For Beginners

Are you brand new to babywearing?You want to babywear but you just don't know where to start? Well I've collected up all the best baby carriers for beginners.

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Diet and Exercise

LCHF with a Carb-Eating Family

LCHF with a Carb-Eating Family   I’ve been following a LCHF (low carb, high fat) diet for the last 10 weeks now and one thing you need to know about me is I don’t like cooking things that I perceive as being too hard, too complicated and I REALLY don’t…

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Health

Nobody Can Make You Feel Guilty

I read this article - Why I Refuse to Feel Guilty About Mum Guilt by Emily Hawker and I relate to every. Single. Word. of it. I knew I would from the title alone. As sick of feeling irrationally guilty about motherhood, I’m sick of being told I need to…

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Feminism

Victim Blaming, Slut Shaming and Rape Culture

I’m so emotionally exhausted victim blaming, slut shaming and the relentlessness of rape culture. They’re constant, and everywhere. It’s perpetuated by men and women, mothers and father, even police.

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Lifestyle

I’ve Never Met A blogger I Didn’t Like

I’m heading to Problogger in Queensland next month and I cannot tell you how excited I am!!! Seeing Darren Rowse, other speakers and learning things - I’m sure that’ll all be good. BUT the main reason I’m excited about going is the “networking” and when I say “networking” I mean…

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Diet and Exercise

Easy LCHF Baked Cheesecake

Thank Goodness for an Easy LCHF Baked Cheesecake As I've mentioned I'm currently on a LCHF diet, and it's going REALLY well for me. In less than 2 months I went from my size 12 jeans getting a bit too tight - to fitting into size 8 - which even…

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Census and Religion – Just Mark The Right Box

The Census is tomorrow and there’s been a few signs around explaining to people that if you are not religious anymore than you should mark the “No Religion” box on the census to provide the most accurate information.

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Family

Breastfeeding is Different For Everyone

Here ends another World Breastfeeding Week for me. I cannot believe I’m still breastfeeding. I really thought last year was going to be the very last time I celebrated World Breastfeeding Week as a nursing mother.

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Lifestyle

Visiting Myuna Farm

I had NO IDEA Myuna Farm existed! It’s located a little over half an hour South-East of Melbourne CBD and was the most incredible “farm experience” for our family.

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Diet and Exercise

A LCHF Interview

LCHF stands for Low Carb High/Healthy Fat. It is a way of eating that consists of a very low consumption of carbohydrates, moderate consumption of protein, and a high consumption of healthy fats.

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Baby Articles

I didn’t Cherish My Babies And That’s Okay

I love babies. I’m ridiculously excited when my friend are pregnant and even more so when the baby arrive. I fuss, I knit them blankets that take me 40 hours, I love the smell of babies so much that even milky newborn baby spew smells good to me.

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You’re Entitled To An Opinion But

You’re probably aware that Sonia Kruger made some remarks about stopping Muslim immigration into Australia yesterday, suggesting it should be “stopped now, because I would like to feel safe....”

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Children Articles

Why I Showed My 4 Year Old Birthing Videos

Because she asked me to. (Well, that was a quick blog post - hope I cleared that up.) No really, she asked me to. Pretty directly actually.

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Pram Reviews

Top Ten Cheap Prams

Prams can vary in price from $25 to $2,500 and beyond. But cheap prams aren't necessarily bad prams! You might not be able to get all the of the features you one in one pram, but if you priorities what is most important to you then I'm sure there's something…

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Family

7 Attachment Parenting Myths

There is a lot of myths and misunderstandings about what Attachment Parenting is and how it works - usually from people who haven't really looked into what Attachment Parenting is or how it works.

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Family

Breaking Down the Attachment Parenting Baby Bs

I’ve heard people say things like “I basically do attachment parenting, except I don’t breastfeed” or “I like the idea of Attachment Parenting, but I don’t feel comfortable with bed sharing”. That’s could still Attachment Parenting!

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Children Articles

35 No to Low Mess School Holiday Activities!

I'm sure I'm not the only person spending school holidays at home, we have no plans aside from a few play dates and a sleep over scheduled in, so I have a lot of time to fill in and a very busy 5 year old to keep entertained. I also…

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Children Articles

In Defence of Star Wars Episode 1

Star Wars Episode 1 is popular in our house in a BIG way. The kids want to watch it all the time. So maybe it's not such a bad movie after all. One of the proudest, most exciting moments for me and a parent has been sitting down to watch…

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Lifestyle

Wombat Bend Playground in Templestowe

Wombat Bend Playground in Templestowe is one of my favourite playgrounds, and it’s actually so close by to my house I really should visit it more often.

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Family

My Super Nanny : A Perfect Match

When it comes to finding the right nanny for your family it’s essential to find someone who is a good match for your families needs, values and expectations. In my experience as a nanny that compatibility was the most important aspect of any job. It is an incredibly intimate working…

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How Target Stole Christmas

If you haven’t heard (are you living under a rock?!?! It’s all over Facebook!) Target are not having a "Greatest Toy Sale On Earth" this year. So Target are not offering their usual 6 month layby for Christmas alongside the toy sale that they're not running.

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Children Articles

Feeding a Fussy Eater Who Isn’t Allowed Solids

This is my current nightmare. My son would happily live off nothing but crackers and air, now can’t even eat crackers.

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Family

You Can’t Get Back Lost Sleep

Yesterday was a particularly long day. It started at 3 am where my little girl woke up and simply could not fall back to sleep. I’d only gone to sleep just after 11 pm myself. She’d already woken up briefly at 1am, so my 4 hours sleep had already been…

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Boy Falls Into Gorilla Enclosure

People are blaming the mother for "letting" her child fall into the gorilla exhibit. There’s even been a Change.org petition calling for her to be held accountable for the death of the gorilla, 17 year old Harambe.

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Lifestyle

Keeping My Love Bank In Credit

I really like the idea of a Love Bank. Basically people have an “account” with you, and they can make deposits and withdrawals - if someone invests a lot of time and love into your relationship with them, then there’s a long line of credit for them to withdraw from.

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Baby Articles

Why Fed IS Best

So apparently there’s some controversy behind the simple statement: Fed is Best. It’s a take on “breast is best” and in three little words it acknowledges all the different way we can feed our babies that might be best for our circumstances: breastfed, formula fed, tube fed, mix fed, cross…

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Baby Articles

Ants In A Vacuum Cleaner

I was doing a little bit of housework while babywearing with my baby girl in a carrier on my back. I turned on the upright vacuum cleaner and as I started to work on the living room floor two bullants dropped out of the vacuum onto the carpet.

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General Health

Please Don’t Soldier On

Codral ads scare me. You know the ones? Someone wakes up with a hideous cold or flu and rather than keeping their germy self home they take a cake to an office party.

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Beauty and Fashion Reviews

Nathalie Zip Nursing Dress By Queen Bee Review

his is possibly one of the most versatile dresses I’ve ever owned. I wish I’d had it when I first had my babies - or while I was pregnant - because I can see how incredibly useful this dress would be to go from maternity, nursing and even a bit…

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Feminism

This Is What A Feminist Looks like

For quite some time I was under the impression I couldn’t be a feminist and wear make up. Or I couldn’t be a feminist and have casual sex. Or be a stay at home mum. Or love knitting. Or any number of things that I didn’t think that feminism would…

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Children Articles

I’m Not The School Mum I Thought I’d Be

On some subconscious level I’d assumed that would be what being a school mum looked like for me. I’d be a super involved helpful parent. I’m pretty crafty, I like being helpful, I studied teaching so I assumed I’d be the first to put my hand up as a classroom…

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Family

How To Support Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding is natural and had kept the human race going since the beginning to time, but that's not to say that it's easy and something we all just pick up easily the first time we do it. It's a skill that both mother and baby have to learn.

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Family

Medela – “Motherhood is different for everybody”

I was recently involved in filming a clip for Medela - "Motherhood is different for everybody". I was so nervous with filming that it sounds like I was about to cry and I discovered I'm not destined for a life in television given how utterly wigged out I was by…

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Children Articles

Please Is Not A Magic Word

I have a little bit of a bone to pick with the word “Please” as it’s snuck its way into my house lately and it’s getting on my very last nerve. “Please” is a nice enough word in itself, it’s reasonably innocuous, but when it’s used as though it has…

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Baby Articles

Ergobaby Adapt Review – Perfect For Newborns

I’ve been enthusiastically recommending Ergobaby carriers for the last 7 years as it's the most comfortable, easy to use, versatile and long-lasting carrier I've ever tried, and the Ergobaby Adapt is now the carrier I would recommend above all others.

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Home

8 Shows That Are So Bad They’re Good

This is my favourite television show genre. The “So Bad It’s Good” shows. It’s a tricky genre, because exactly what falls into bad enough to be good, but then also good enough that it’s not just completely terrible - it’s a fine line.

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Family

Breastfeeding A Preschooler – Common Questions and Concerns

My littlest turned 4 years old a couple of weeks ago, a birthday milestone that filled me with more dread than I could put into words. I was feeling very apprehensive about the fact that I have still not managed to wean her and so I would now be breastfeeding…

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Family

Anxiety As A Blogger

So, in the last month I’ve only published one thing written by me. I don’t know if anyone has actually noticed - and it’s totally okay if you haven’t - I’ve gone to some effort to conceal my “writer's block”; frequently posting amusing memes on social media and sharing guest…

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Pram Reviews

Top Ten Prams 2016

It’s been a year since my last “Top Ten Prams” post, so it’s time to share with you my Top Ten Prams for 2016! This list is getting harder each year because prams seem to be improving beyond expectations year after year.

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Family

Awkward Responses to Unsolicited Parenting Advice

Witty, well thought out responses to unsolicited parenting advice are all well and good - if you have the alertness and sassy personality to pull it off. I do not.

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Recipes

How to make a Pocoyo Fondant Cake Topper

My littlest asked for a Pocoyo cake for her birthday - and after an extensive internet search I could not find any tutorials on how to make it. SO, not only did I have to wing it, but I also documented my process so I could create a tutorial for…

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Parents Threatened With A Fine For Having A Normal Toddler

So naturally this piece of news has sparked heavy debate online about whether or not it's reasonable to expect that parents refrain from allowing their child to create excessive noise.

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Family

Where Were The Parents!? They Ask

Firstly, the picture goes viral because the vast majority of parents are sitting behind their computer screen going “ahahaha, yeah, been there, done that” OR at the very least can go “Oh, I totally can see how that went down”

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Lifestyle

Maternity Wear Tips and Recommendations

You don’t necessarily need to buy a whole new wardrobe to accommodate pregnancy and breastfeeding, nor do you need to buy maternity or nursing specific clothing. There are many different ways you can use regular clothes throughout these phases of your life.

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Family

Is It Okay To Call Your Child An Asshole?

I recently read a blog post by a blog ModernLifeWife31 titled "It's NEVER OK to call your toddler an ASSHOLE" and it keeps popping up in my Facebook newsfeed so I feel like I should form some kind of response to it.

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Children Articles

Chapter Books For Early Readers

Yesterday I asked my friends on Facebook one little question and the response I had was amazing! So incredibly helpful I’d feel selfish keeping it all for myself.

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Children Articles

Not Every Child Can Be Exceptional

Not every child can be exceptional. That seems like absolute common sense, doesn't’ it? If every child was exceptional then exceptional would be normal.

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Parenting Central Australia

CoolXChange Review

I was recently sent the Cool XChange cooling compression bandage to review. I feel a little bit under-qualified to write about what is essentially medical supplies from the perspective of giving advice about how to handle injuries - however I can definitely write from the perspective of someone who is…

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My Concerns with Gender Selection

Recently a celebrity I’ve never actually heard of before the last few days, in America, spoke about her IVF process and shared that her doctor allowed her and her partner to choose which of their multiple embryos they would use.

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Family

7 Reasons Child-free Friends Rock!

Child-free friends do often get a bit of a bad press. They don’t understand what it’s REALLY like to be a parent, which occasionally leads to them giving us advice about how we should raise our children based on how they imagine parenting will be with their theoretical future children.

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Do What You Can For Who You Can – #LetThemStay

Do What You Can For Who You Can – #LetThemStay   This has been on my mind for a few days, I’m not sure I’m going to express this quite right, because I’m super passionate about this, but I also genuinely want to encourage people to give some thought to…

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Lifestyle

Date Night Ideas That Don’t Require A Babysitter

I know it’s not the most romantic idea - having your children in the background for a date - but sometimes it’s the reality of being parents. Not all of us have a family member or friend that is willing and able to take our children for a couple of…

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Family

To My Dear Deprived Second Child

You recently asked me for a photo album containing pictures of yourself for your birthday, because you’ve become increasingly aware of the fact that there are multiple albums and picture frames dedicated to your brother - and not one hard-copy photograph of you.

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Children Articles

Our School Morning Routine

7:30am - Mr 7 year old appears beside the bed and immediately starts telling me something about minecraft. No “Good morning Mum”, no “Hey Mum, are you awake?” just “Did you know, on Minecraft, that Stampycat built a sky island?

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Feminism

Catcalling – Compliment or Harassment

It’s not okay to shout at, call to, or proposition a stranger on the street. EVEN if you think they should take it as a compliment. EVEN if it’s happened to you by someone of any gender. It’s still not okay.

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