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My one year old’s shoe fetish

My youngest is almost a year and a half. That's still really teeny tiny in non-scientific baby terms, yet she has a shoe obsession that outshines anyone I have ever known, except my mum (so sad that we don't wear the same size!) and a friend from campus. It's not that she has a vast… Continue reading My one year old’s shoe fetish

-Nadia’s Kitchen- · Food · Lifestyle change · Motherhood

What’s for dinner?

If you have been following me on Instagram and Facebook, you would have seen my What's for dinner? posts. This is something new that I started this week as a way for me to reconnect with my love of cooking. As a by-product, I will be giving you meal ideas that are really simple, quick,… Continue reading What’s for dinner?

-A Day in the Life- · Mompreneur · Motherhood · parenting

A Day in the Life of a Mompreneur

I 'met', Marishka last year when I did a review of her lifestyle and clothing range,  Muppie Lounge. I had been low key stalking her range for a while so I was over the moon to get a chance to do the review. It was only after this that I found that she is a… Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Mompreneur

-A Day in the Life- · Motherhood

A Day in the Life of a Mum to a Child with Special Needs

Desirae's story starts off like so many others. She fell pregnant at the tender age of 18 and was subjected to the disdain and ridicule that so many teen mums face at the time when they need the most support and assistance. Coming from a South African Indian background myself, I know of the type… Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Mum to a Child with Special Needs

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My unintentional makeover

I have mentioned before that I am undergoing a personal makeover process. I say process because I am overhauling everything about myself from my hair to my personality so this isn't exactly an overnight situation. The idea of a beauty blogger collaboration has been on my mind for a while and I even contacted two… Continue reading My unintentional makeover

-Parenting- · Daughters · Motherhood

The curious case of Girly

I can't remember when exactly it started but my daughter created an imaginary friend called Girly about two years ago. I feel like I'm spelling it wrong but that's the least of my problems here! Anyway, when Girly first made her (non)appearance in our lives it was through phone calls on toy cellphones. The whole… Continue reading The curious case of Girly


It’s A #Friendship

Such a sweet post by one of my favourite blogging buddies!

Mom Just Saying

I started writing in 2016. I didn’t call myself a blogger because it wasn’t really what I was doing, or so I thought at the time. I just wrote and shared my story on Facebook under a different name.

It so happened that an awesome South African Mommy Blogger, Mom Of Two Little Girls, lives just up the road from me. She found me ‘on the line’ as my kids would call it. It took a while for us to really connect. I guess you could put it down to life and all the stuff in it. Once we finally got time to sit and talk, she introduced me to the world of ‘blogging’, and I was hooked!

I realised what a huge blogging world is actually out there, one I had been completely unaware of, and it took me by surprise. How could I have been so naive?…

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-A Day in the Life- · Daughters · Motherhood · parenting

A Day in the Life of a Mum of Twins

Before actually having kids, I always hoped to have twins. How amazing it must be to grow up with someone that could relate to everything you're going through. To always have a friend when you go anywhere and someone to keep all your secrets. That dream was firmly squashed when I did actually have a… Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Mum of Twins

-Lifestyle- · family · Motherhood · parenting

Flying with kids

I am notorious for my terrible memory. I forget as much as I remember but the up side to this is that I usually forget the things that make me sad/angry/worried/stressed etc. The down side is that this usually results in me repeating said action that made me sad/angry/worried/stressed. The best example of this is… Continue reading Flying with kids