Giving the gift of a child to another is an amazingly selfless gift.
Local lady Laura Hannan has shared her story today in Central Western Daily and it is pretty remarkable.
You can find her story here -> Why One Orange Mum Donates Her Eggs
Laura is trying to raise awareness and encourage more local woman to consider donating their eggs to help others. It is pretty amazing to possess that amount of generosity.
Thank you Laura for being brave enough to give another sista a chance at a family.
If you are one of the VERY lucky owners of a Thermomix (or intend to be part of the exclusive club shortly!) then this is for you..
Cooking with Varoma – Orange (NSW) Saturday 18 October 1:00 PM (120 mins)
Price: $20.00 per person (plus 30c booking fee)
Where: Parkview Hotel Function Room – 281 Summer Street, Orange NSW 2800
Reason: Discover the full potential of your Thermomix by mastering the art of cooking with steam. Learn new recipes that demonstrate the versatility of using your Varoma and impressive multi-layer cooking. You will learn to make:
- Green Smoothie
- Capsicum and sundried tomato dip
- Gluten free bread (tasting only)
- Chickpea soup
- Warm chicken, pumpkin and couscous salad
- Meatloaf with red sauce
- Fruity dream
- Torta caprese
- Lemon cupcakes with citrus syrup
- Sticky date puddings
The class is suitable for new owners and those who just want to have a look. Includes a lucky door prize! Bookings and prepayment essential. Cookbooks available to purchase at the class. Cash only. BOOK NOW
0431 156 992
email@example.com or your local Consultant
Happy Cooking Nesters!
The Girl Has Sparke is our latest blog crush.
Written superbly from a lovely twenty-something Canberrarian named Megan it is classy and hilarious and simply good reading.
Our favourite article so far is this one -> Foodies Guide to Weekend in Millthorpe. Admittedly, we might be a little bit biased due to her obvious love of Millthorpe which is situated in our own backyard, but she is brilliant in her review of a perfect little weekend location.
Millthorpe through the eyes of The Girl Has Sparke
Grab a cuppa and head over and check her out, because every girl has a little bit of Spark(e).
We LOVE products that are versatile, natural and super pretty. This gorgeous Nursing Scarf from Tribe of Two is just that!
The scarf is made from 100% natural linen which essentially means it is warm enough for the cooler months, but still breathes beautifully so you and your baby-bird are still comfortable.
The design is so clever that you can wear it as a scarf day-to-day but when your little one needs a feed you simply pop the neck hole over your head and then you have modesty protection for that feeding time.
Simply brilliant design.
As if we don’t already love this enough, it is made locally by a very talented designer in Orange, NSW! Wow!
You can get your own at Tribe of Two
Happy shopping (and comfortable breast-feeding) Nesters!
This weekend, rug the kids up and head down the Royal Bathurst Show.
Beware of VERY cold temperatures and the chance of rain though Nesters!
Dressed for School is a locally run website helping mums and dads find school uniforms for their little birdies.
Stocking basics for the Catholic Primary Schools of the local Diocese, Dressed for School should be your first port of call.
Their goal is to help local familes access competitively priced, quality schoolwear from the comfort of your very own home.
You can contact Dressed for School on: 1300 89 35 37
or send them an email to firstname.lastname@example.org,
or alternatively their website is: http://dressedforschool.com.au
Happy shoppping Nesters!