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My Baby Is ONE!

February 18, 2017
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I have to say, being a mum isn’t easy. This post is dedicated to my youngest son, Muhammad Isais (pronounced Ee-za-is). I don’t share much of my personal life on my blog but turning one is a big deal! A letter to my youngest.  As I am sitting here typing this up, you my son have come back and forth for a bit of my breakfast. Nothing special mind you, just a fried egg on toast and all I’m feeding…

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Baby Spa Perth

November 20, 2016
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When you think of “first in Australia,” what usually springs to mind is it is most likely located in one of the Eastern States. I am sure many Perthians would agree that major events happen on the other side of Australia before it reaches us here on the West side and frankly we are tired of being left til last. But when “Australia’s first Baby Spa” opened in Perth for the very first time, many around Australia finally shared the…

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New Horizons

May 15, 2016

It’s been a blur of a few months, heavily pregnant, moving houses, settling my daughter into a new school, adjusting the kids to a new house, with the arrival of my newborn son, the recovery, the school holidays, my birthday, maintenance of the household and juggling being a mother of three. Though with everything that has happened, there is a lot of change and for the better. Recently as many of you may or may not have noticed, I have revamped and…

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Soon To Be Mama Of Three

December 23, 2015
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At the age of 27, here I am in my third trimester of my third pregnancy. I have people telling me all the time they can’t believe I am a mother of two already when I myself am a baby. Unlike my first and second pregnancies that would have been announced not long after passing the first trimester, this time the whole urgency of telling anyone became muted – not because I was any less excited but as the saying…

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