I don’t think I have ever talked about my hair here. Or anywhere for that matter. Not that it is a sensitive topic, I guess I am not really overly into hair 🙂 (Don’t judge or get upset please). I do a lot of my own mixes for body .
We know we need the rain and we absolutely love the rain (after that day zero scare, we love rain to the moon and back). But…. if you have small kids like mine, you will be missing some sunshine so the kids can run around outside and burn .
I don’t consider myself a great baker. I am good, but I do have that odd cake that will not quite come our right. Then there is the mess… and the calories…. so although I am good, I do not do it everyday. I also don’t buy cake that .
I have fallen in love with the rain again. Like madly and deeply in love. We have had so much rain in Cape Town this year and it is just beautiful. For a few years it wasn’t raining and we all loved the fact that we had shorter and drier .
I suspect jealousy might be a strong or even the wrong word to use, but that’s the closest word I can think of at the moment. My son is learning how to walk, has been for a few weeks now. Whenever he stands up for a long time or he takes a step .
My idea of a great time is a quiet place, having tea and eating cake with friends, laughing and not at all worried about weight gain (from the cakes of course) and other problems! To create such a place is one of my biggest dreams. Until .
Adults have a way of being overly friendly with kids. Maybe we think it’s cute, or we are trying to put the child at ease that we are good people. Now that I am a parent, I think it is wrong. I am also guilty of this in that once or twice .
Before we had children we used to very outgoing. Movies, dinner, brunch, visit little villages and towns around Cape Town. When Miss T came, we still went out, but not nearly as much as before as now we needed to consider if the places allowed .
When I was expecting Miss T, we wanted to take her to a day care when I went back to work. We looked at a few daycares around the neighbourhood and the conditions were appalling. At one creche I sent my husband and he came back determined that .