Parenting advice from the {ahem} real experts

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Parenting is hard. It’s rewarding, and joyful, and beautiful, but also… it’s hard. I was listening to the radio yesterday and Sheryl Crow came on, and she started singing, “No one said it would be easy…” and then, “But no one said it would be this hard.” I know my hard isn’t as hard as… 

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Naughty garlic bread: Eat now, diet later

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Health and well-being types, look away now. This is very naughty and no good for anyone, unless you’re someone who is wanting to set your taste-buds on fire and delight the people in your life. This is as naughty as them come; lashings {like, seriously, lashings!} of butter, white crusty bread, and CHEESE. But it’s… 

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Totes Amaze! Make your own watermelon tote

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Over the summer holidays Lacey and I had so much fun creating these bags. Lacey also made wrapping paper and decorated a paper bag. The options are endless. All you really need is a potato, some paints, something to paint and your imagination. YOU NEED // A tote {I grabbed mine from Etsy}, fabric paints… 

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An experiment in asshole-ry

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I am sorry. This post contains the word asshole. Repeatedly. It’s not something I regularly do here, so I hope you don’t mind. If you do, I am thinking maybe it’s best if you pour yourself a cuppa and step away from the blog. I promise sunshine-y things tomorrow. I love the internet. I freaking… 

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Our Tasmania Travel Diary

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Last week we did a whirlwind trip to Tasmania. I’m going to be completely honest and say that I didn’t know much about Tasmania before I visited. My neighbours, who travel for around 9 months of the year, are currently spending six weeks touring the whole island. Before they left I picked their brains on… 

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