Catching dreams

A rainbow dream catcher with hearts and stars

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Lazy post for the festive break

Well, lazy on my part that is; but not for you. While my fingers may not be a tapping words of wit, my eyes have been a reading so I am sharing a few links for your reading pleasure. First up a good read on why we need sleep and how it helps us to better…

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My current definition of what the phuck?!

Heard my daughter awaken from her night’s sleep.  As per routine I glance at my iPhone for the time, 6.20 am, that’s not too bad, wishfully would prefer later for a Saturday morning.  Her father beside me is already awake, slightly unusual.  He makes some comment about it being early.  Head downstairs, give little missy…

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Daylight savings

If only it meant that your children slept for an extra hour rather than you having to get up an hour earlier! A post for those with babies and young children who will technically be getting up and hour earlier tomorrow morning when the clocks change in this part of the world.

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The phenomenon of cluster feeding and can I use a staple gun?

I will come clean, I was a bit of a disbeliever when it came to cluster feeding. However having literally just been sucked into 2013, I will stand up and be counted that cluster feeding is real. OMG!  She’s had about what she would eat in 3/4 of a day in about the past hour,…

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My current definition of surprise…

Being woken up by the alarm this morning and not by a little person wanting to be fed! My other half had to fly interstate for work this morning so the alarm did go off at the ungodly hour of 5.25 am.  We both rushed down to see if our little girl was ok. Sound…

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Why does it take the sun?

We have just gone onto daylight savings time here; though I often wonder why it is termed that as we are not really saving daylight, rather the intention is to use up far more of it. While walking with another Mum last week, I became totally animated in conversation by the fact that once bub…

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At the risk of a broken neck!

I awoke at 4.30 am in an absolute panic, heart racing.  Out of bed I barrelled and down our stairs that have no handrail without even turning on the stair lights – broken neck be damned.  Relief, the baby is breathing.  I return upstairs and lay my head on my pillow not returning to her room for…

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Baby sleeping long should make you smile, but…

We do not have what could be described as an ideal house for a baby. Open plan over three levels – you can talk to people in the kitchen on the ground floor while lying in bed in the master bedroom on the third level.  Not to mention there is just enough room to wheel…

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