Thursday, April 17, 2014

Filling our days






Well the first week of school holidays is almost over and so far it has been a pretty great week. Yes, there has been some fighting between the three cherubs, but mostly there has been fun had by all.

We've played Lego A LOT, we've gone for scooter and bike rides, jumped on the trampoline and done some Easter baking.

Fingers crossed next week goes just as well as this one has.

How do you fill your days on school holidays?

Friday, April 11, 2014

Yes, we do own a TV



Telling people that we are pregnant with our 4th child leads to some pretty funny reactions.

So far I have had:

So you must like kids then?!
You'll be busy!
Haven't you figured out what makes them yet?
Don't you own a TV?
And a few other random comments.

But thankfully a large majority of friends and family have just said congratulations and were simply happy for us.

And I am so grateful that people can just be happy for us. I was a little hesitant to tell certain people as when we announced we were pregnant with Ethan (our 3rd) they just assumed that he was an accident because we already had a boy and a girl, so why would we want another baby.

Those people never congratulated us and I still remember those conversations over 4 years later.

Have you ever had any negativity when announcing that you are expanding your family? How did you deal with it? 






Saturday, April 5, 2014

Explore: Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park

We just spent a week in Broome and I have A LOT of photo's to share so I've decided to space it out a bit and do a few each day for the next week.

And in a few weeks I'll be sharing all the nitty gritty details of our trip over at Punch Buggy Travel.
















Friday, March 28, 2014

There is a reason things have been so quiet


And it's because I've been suffering from morning sickness for the past few months.

Yep, I'm 12 weeks pregnant with baby number 4! The kids are super stoked, as are B and I.

And I'm hoping that since we are getting past the 12 week mark the nausea will subside and I wont be as tired anymore.

It also means that I'll most probably be crafting a lot of baby stuff in the coming months.

And also trying to figure out how to fit 4 kids in a very small three bedroom house... anyone got any pointers on that?

Or tips for helping morning sickness (all day sickness!) I've never been this sick with the other kids and it is driving me crazy.


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