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We have this amazing rhubarb plant growing in our garden that just produces like crazy. I love rhubarb, and grew up eating rhubarb pie, rhubarb crumble, and rhubarb jam. I have been wanting to make jam with the rhubarb growing in my garden since we planted it, but I couldn’t find gelatin in any of the supermarkets. Continue reading
Happy Friday, everyone! We are heading up to Laikipia for the weekend with lots of friends. I’ll tell you more about it next week when we’re back! Here are a couple of cool things we picked up this week… Continue reading
Okay, this is old news, but I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the movie Babies. It is a documentary released in 2010 that shows a year in the life of four babies from around the world: the US, Japan, Namibia and Mongolia.
We had a great time at our two babywearing meets this month, and had a chance to check out some new stuff! Robin, a veteran wrap and ring sling user, has been asking to try out torso carries using a leso for the last month or so. Continue reading
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I’ve had two sick babies on my hands this week, which left me with no time for blogging. Hopefully everyone will soon be on the mend so we can all get some sleep! In the meantime, I leave you with some baby cuteness…
Have a lovely weekend!
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Sweetpea and Veda…
I’m over at Gypsy Momma today, a fantastic blog about traveling and living abroad with kids. Jess at Gypsy Momma is an amazing woman with a full-on career who makes globetrotting with children look chic, easy and fun! She is currently living in Zambia with her talented hubby and two firecracker kids. Go check her out, and enjoy my guest post – What we’re reading: Whoever You Are. I’ll also be welcoming Gypsy Momma here at Mama Mgeni for a guest post soon!
Sweetpea loves to help in the kitchen. Our amazing fundi, Willis (of Sweetpea’s art easel fame), helped us to make a fantastic kitchen helper tower that we use every day.
Sweetpea and a friend got together one afternoon this week to pick some leaves in the garden and make some fun leaf rubbings. Together, the girls walked around the garden, choosing leaves of different shapes and sizes. My good friend Natasha Sweeney came over to photograph the fun.
A while back, I posted about how Sugarplum is addicted to her swaddle, but is now big enough to break out of it and wake herself at night. I am SO glad I posted it, because I got tons of great advice and ideas! After trying out several fantastic recommendations, this is what’s now working well for us. Continue reading
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Getting a birth certificate in Kenya can be confusing and time consuming. We had Sweetpea in the UK, and we had her birth certificate in hand before we were discharged from the hospital! It was not that easy with Sugarplum – the registration of birth in Kenya is a complicated, bureaucratic process. Here’s how it worked for us…