Monthly Archives: August 2017

Interview: Geremy Jasper & Bridget Everett (Patti Cake$)

“Patti Cake$”, the tale of an unlikely rapper, was one of the surprise hits at Sundance. No-one was expecting this indie film to be the success that it is. Not even the film’s writer/director, Geremy Jasper. This “was a small … Continue reading

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First Day of First Class

Today she held my hand as she walked to her first day of first class. She was both excited and nervous. Today, she still needed her mum (and dad, but I was the closest one today). This won’t always be … Continue reading

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Six More Life Lessons From My Six Year Old

The summer has flown by and tomorrow my six year old has her first day of 1st class. Who knows what she’ll learn this year, but one thing I do know is that she has taught me a lot this … Continue reading

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10 Tips for Supporting your Breast Feeding Friend

August 1 – 7 is “World Breastfeeding Awareness” week. This week I thought I would look at what we could do to support our breast feeding friends. 1. Don’t question her decisions – Why are you feeding so often? – … Continue reading

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When Less Is More

Ever since I got back from my Australian holiday in May, there’s one thing I can’t stop doing. I think it has something to do with the fear I get after watching those hoarding programs and also how good I … Continue reading

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