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What are you up to this weekend? My dear friend Lindsay has been in town this week and I’ve soaked up every minute catching up with her. We miss her and her family so much! Jesse is coming back from … Continue reading
Do you have a parenting guru? Someone you go to with all your questions every time your child reaches a new stage? When Claire was an infant, starting to go through the many milestones of her young life, I always … Continue reading
One of the things I love about writing this blog is that it has connected me with a huge, warm, supportive community of bloggers. Isabel, an Australian living in China who blogs over at Nanjing Nian, nominated me for The Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award, … Continue reading
Our local babywearing group, Babywearing Love Kenya, has a tradition of sharing photos of some of the places we wore our babies each month. Check out all the babywearing adventures our members had in June 2015:
I’ve been wanting to visit Punda Milias Nakuru Camp for a while now, so when Queen contacted me and offered us a free weekend at the camp, I was excited to take her up on her generosity! We headed out … Continue reading
We recently sent our housekeeper, Florence, to a First Aid training course with my good friend Lindsay. She runs regular classes for parents and nannies, covering choking, burns, bleeding, and CPR. Florence just started working with us a couple of … Continue reading
Jet lag with children is always difficult, but I learned that it’s even MORE challenging with two! Upon our recent return from the US, both kids were up half the night during the adjustment phase – but not the same … Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago, my good friend Lindsay and I took our babies to the Matbronze Gallery in Karen to have bronze impressions made of their tiny little hand and foot prints.
Before Heidi was born, we were really concerned about Claire’s reaction. Would she resent the arrival of a new baby? Would she be confused, angry, envious?