This week is B-Town’s birthday!
200 years ago Bathurst was founded and to celebrate you should get your good-looking self to this ->
Something to light up your Saturday night.
Trust me when I say all the cool kids will be there!
See you there xo
This week saw the death of a beautiful little boy for the saddest of reasons. What makes it even more incredibly heartbreaking is that his death could have been avoided if people just got vaccinated.
Whooping cough is preventable, or at least containable. The story relates to little Riley John Hughes and you can read more about it here -> Someone killed this baby. It is such a horrible, heart-wrenching story of loss. Make sure you hug your little birdies a little tighter tonight.
We kicked off the week with some health inspo for you. Our resident health expert laid down some advice on Staying Healthy This Easter. It is a great article that will help you stay on game when the dread chocolate overload monster comes knocking on your door!
In other news, I am convinced my toddler-bird pulled her first real-life sickie this week.
I shit you not.
I got the call from Kindy to come and collect her about 2pm (note: good to see she managed to hold out for lunch – no shocks there) and I arrived to collect the little playa and took her home.
Obviously the girls at Kindy totes did the right thing to call me, they are brilliant! but once I got the little bambino home she turned it on. I went to the toilet when we walked in the door (hello, once you reach the 36 week preggo you may as well get your mail re-directed there) and came out to the kitchen and found the little minion delving into a large packet of chicken chips. I didn’t even know we had chicken chips! Must of be left over from camping or a party or something.
Then Miss Toddler-Bird demanded we call daddy to tell him we were home. As directed by the little dictator I dutifully dialled daddy’s work number and she proceeded to inform him ‘Hi daddy, me home, sissie still at kindy and me and mummy are eating chips. Na-na-na-ner-na. You at work’. So is that the type of thing I am meant to write in her baby book? Sat up, 5 months old, first step 11 months old, first sickie aged 2?
In case your belly is looking for a feed then you should look at Hunters & Gatherers Paleo kitchen in Orange. They offer rotating meal plans each week and delivery to your door! Yummo!
A really interesting article that grabbed our attention this week was When Dads Believe Their Baby Doesn’t Love Them, it is a fascinating read and something that you should keep because you don’t know when you might need it.
Parenting is tough, especially at the start, so this little article might help out someone you love one day.
We learnt this week just how much the expectations on the female body have changed throughout history. This fantastic video shows the changes of societies’ expectations. You can see it here -> The Evolution of The Female Body Throughout History
So what’s happening this weekend?
This Sunday the fantabulous Millthorpe Markets are back!!
Kicking off at 8.30am and only needing a gold coin donation it is the place to be!
Grab the fam-bam and head out for a nice Sunday drive to lil’ ol’ Millthorpe!
See you there Nesters!
Everyone is looking for a fun way to get fit and this Nesters is by far the funnest way I have seen yet!
Happening every Tuesday in B-town is Bathurst RollerFit Classes.
Basically during the class you will increase your cardio endurance, flexibility, core strength, agility and balance.
For more information head here -> www.rollerfit.com.au/locations/bathurst/
Happy fitness Nesters x
So, if that time of school holidays has hit in your nest when poking yourself in the eye with a pitch fork seems funner than attempting to think of yet ANOTHER way to entertain the little birdies then this is for you.
Not only you do you get your bored little demon spawns out of the house (and your hair) but you are also supporting a brilliant charity.
Happy bingo Nesters x
On Saturday 15 November 2014 and Sunday 16 November 2014 there is only one place you should be.
The Bathurst Biggest Expo is on again at the Showground and will offer a range of products to satisfy anyone’s desires.
Camping gear, jewellery, food, fashion it is a Christmas present treasure trove.
Entry is $5, with kids under 10 free.
Happy shopping Nesters!
This weekend is going to be BEAUTIFUL!
Why not head down to Keppel Street, Bathurst for the Bathurst Artisan Market?
Offering a wide selection of giftware for all your Christmas purchases this is the one place you need to be on Saturday 8 November 2014!
As a bonus extra the fantastic team from The Hub will be cruising around offering coffees!
Happy shopping (and supporting local) Nesters!