Keeping kids entertained in school holidays is about as easy as keeping uncooked rice in a colander.
The brilliant team at KidSpot had put together a great 12 Boredom Buster Recipes to help keep the kiddies in line.
There is fun stuff like DIY sherbet and making ice cream in a can!
Have fun x
There is no fear like the last minute realisation that you must bring a plate to a get-together. I know the feeling of looking in the cupboard and maybe (on a good day) locating a stale box of twisties and half a soggy pear.
Fear not my little Nesters, bookmark this bad-boy and you will not experience that fear again.
Here are Simple No-Bake Slices.
Problem = sorted.
Happy cooking Nesters x
So school holidays are nearly over and the morning rush is about to hit you again. Just a heads up that I am pretty much telling you to pack your bags, find a corner and sob because basically this women has owned you. She stomps on every one of us who smashes together a vegemite sandwich on 4 day old bread, whacks it next to a soggy mandarin and calls it a nutritious lunch. Let me introduce you to the Lunch Box Queen! She is wonderful and whimsical and obviously very time rich! Excuse me now, I have to go cut some more mould off the white bread…
Maybe one day, Confucius say: Hell hath no fury like a toddler who catches you disposing of their artwork.
The little people with their mighty egos often believe that each and everyone of their artworks is capable of competing with the Mona Lisa or The Birth Of Venus however when you find yourself submerged with the 76th-hundred drawing of a stick for the day it is hard to remember that each artwork often has it’s own story and that there is often a reason behind their ‘creative genius’.
We found this fabulous article that suggests 10 Questions To Ask Your Child About Their Art. It is definitely worth a read.
One day the little birdies will no longer create simply for the fun of it, nor will they honestly believe that each one is the finest one ever created, so take the time, ask the questions and explore the magic of your little one’s mind.
Happy parenting Nesters x
How bloody sensationally good is Christmas time.
Not only does it seem that everyone (well, most un-grinchy people) are happier and excited about the end of the year but you get to drop goat-loads of cash of fun pressies, have a few extra sneaky drinks and eat all the food you would normally guilt yourself into avoiding.
We have stumbled across these adorably delicious Mars Bar Christmas Crackles recipe from Kidspot.
How good do these look??!!
Definitely happening in our house in the next little while.
Happy indulgent cooking Nesters!
I am the mother to two little girls.
I am pregnant with my third child. We don’t know what we are having, and we won’t find out until our little one is born.
What I find amusing is the amount of people who ask if we are ‘trying for a boy’.
No, we aren’t. In fact, my husband wants quite the opposite. He is hoping this is also a girl. He likes being the ‘father of dragons’ and seeing the relationship formed between little sisters is an amazing thing to watch. If you have sisters, you know there is no one closer.
Having said that, the ability to choose the gender of your unborn baby is a powerful decision.
I have a beautiful friend who desperately wants a girl, so much so that she has been changing her diet and doing everything possible to increase the chance that their next little bundle will be a pink one. What is she had the ability to choose? It’s not that a little girl would be more loved, she would simply fit better into their family. They have two boys who are robust, testosterone driven little men and a little lady would complete their family. There is nothing wrong with that, is there?
Kidspot have published an article discussing whether or not Gender selection should be legal in Australia
What do you think? Would you want to choose the gender of your new little person?
Finding out you’re pregnant is often a wonderfully, fabulous moment.
You know until maybe you start having flashbacks about the tequila body-shots, the dirty cigarettes and the 11 different types of soft cheeses you consumed with the girls last week.
Rest assured, the chances of harming your unborn baby before you find out your pregnant is minimal, and Sabrina Rogers-Anderson has put your fears into perspective for KidSpot.
You can find the article here -> What to do about what you did before you knew