Chinese lanterns

The bilingualism debate

Many parents are hesitant to expose their children to more than one language. You may be surprised to find out there are more reasons than not to raise your children as bilinguals. Find out more here.

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motherhood, parenthood

A shoutout to SAHMs

Disclaimer: I am a Work At Home Mom (WAHM) which means I am a blend of a Stay At Home Mom (SAHM) and a Working Mom. I don’t know what it’s like to be a full-time SAHM or a full-time working mom. I don’t mean to insult or upset anyone with this post, this is just my point of view,…

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motherhood, Uncategorized

A Day in My Life

Inspired by a series on The Non-Adventures of a Stay-At-Home Mom, I decided to give you a glimpse into my life – possibly not the most exciting of topics but I’m really nosy and I’m enjoying the series so much I thought maybe there are others out there like me who wonder how other moms actually spend their days (besides…

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motherhood, pregnancy

                      Today I get to finally let you all in on our not-very-well-kept secret! The reason I decided to go away last weekend and take some time for myself was because I’ve been feeling a bit *ahem* under the weather, so to speak. Yip. Up the duff, knocked up, eating…

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motherhood, parenthood

Taking some me-time

It’s Monday morning, I’ve been up since 3.30 and I’m feeling exceptionally good. I might not have had much sleep last night but besides that I had the most refreshing, invigorating weekend I’ve had for a long time, and it didn’t involve my husband, my baby or my dog. That’s right: I spent an entire weekend away from the family.…

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pregnant belly

What To Wear When You Can’t Wear Anything

t’s no secret that your body changes when you’re pregnant, but you probably don’t realise how crap it’s going to make you feel. It’s not all glowing and a cute little bump! Think cankles and melons and you’re closer to the truth.