MadebyKitten

Yay! It’s finally Lucy’s birthday! She had a great day, but Aaron wasn’t impressed with having to share attention!

I know I say it all the time, but I am super excited! It’s Lucy’s 4th birthday party and that means I’ve gone shopping! Aaron finally has his first tooth, although that doesn’t actually mean we get a break. And, since I’m mad for bees I’ve found out what we should really be doing. Spoiler […]

I’ve been looking forward to getting my hair done for SOOOOO long!! I don’t feel like me without some weird colour in my hair. So today I’m dragging you along with me to meet my wonderful hairdresser Stephanie. Find out why it’s ok for me to be holding the baby and getting my hair bleached […]

I usually try and look at least semi put-together, but this week you get an insight into the Kit who hasn’t slept in forever. It’s actually amazing that I put coherent words together. Winning! And thanks to the Art Gallery of South Australia I got to check out their Colours of Impressionism exhibit. You should […]

This week I’m just keeping it real and showing the other side of life – when things aren’t “happy happy joy joy”. It’s OK to not be OK sometimes. Don’t worry, next week your normal scheduling will return. 🙂

This week I take the kids out for an adventure to Chookarloo at Kuipto Forest. Watch as I try to wrangle them and make a video at the same time!

I feel like I got soooo much done this week!! Winning!! This week I show off just how productive I can be while also exploring whether I’m expecting a little too much from big business. And we’ll talk about such and such…

In honour of Anzac Day, this week I’m at the McLaren Vale War Memorial. If you’d like to email the troops to show your support you can send yours here: supportthetroops@defence.gov.au

This week my cat Tibby joins us as a special guest (bonus points if you can find where just his ear appears!!) as we look at language, mum life and kids toys. Just excuse my impression of Ernie from Sesame Street.


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