Before the school holidays were over we spent the Australia Day long weekend in Mandurah. It was a relaxing break with several other families. We were blessed with warm weather, it was great to just chill out by the water and recharge the batteries.Read More »
The best things in life are sweet! Just like the divine cupcakes the children decorated and munched on from Sweet on Cupcakes.
I like to look back and reflect on the month. Sometimes a month can fly by and I think that nothing much happened. But when I look back I realise that there were lots of little moments that made it pretty special.
June was a rough month with sick children and July was not much better! We are dealing with croup at the moment. The doctor told me that it is normal for children this age to get one virus a month! We are getting two a month but who is counting!Read More »
Dixie and I had a child-free afternoon, instead of going for a romantic picnic or to the movies we fed our adrenaline addiction! We hit Aloha Surfhouse in Joondalup for an afternoon of rock climbing and surfing.
Aloha Surfhouse is an awesome venue where you can chill out with a coffee, watch your friends or family climb and surf. Browse the boutique, eat in the cafe as you will probably work up a hunger after all that physical activity! If you like something a bit more low key then you can take a yoga class. Read More »
We love being outdoors, it is in our blood! The kids are happiest when they have unstructured play. Exploring, jumping in puddles, playing with sticks, beach combing, climbing trees and the list goes on!
If you are looking to encourage your children to get outdoors then I have 10 ideas to inspire you to play in nature.Read More »
Welcome to ten on ten! On the 10th of each month I share 10 photos from our family life.
I was craving some time in nature, a craving I have on a regular basis. We filled up the picnic basket with goodies, put the kayaks on the roof of the car and set off.
Our first stop was Bells Rapids which is located in the Swan Valley. The children lead the way so of course we were scrambling over rocks and taking every trail that caught their eye.