To be fair I am not a lazy girl, but as far as crafting goes I am no Martha Stewart. But, I had old Typo South Africa sale frames lying around and really lovely Polaroids that are fading on the fridge. I wanted to get a little creative. Continue reading “A lazy girl’s guide to crafting”
There comes a time in every parent’s life where you need to have the talk with your kids. You know which talk I’m talking about, right? Well, we recently had that little chat with Riley. Continue reading “It’s time for that talk”
Parenting is tough guys. I have unrealistic expectations of what my 10-year old should be doing, and I know that I am way too hard on him. But I’m so worried that if I don’t crack down, that he’s going to end up being a little A-Hole.
We’ve been catching up on some serious family time and being tourists in our own backyard. It’s taken some time but we finally made our way to Maropeng to explore our origins and it was incredible.
I’m pretty certain that you’ve come across the iJump revolution that is the leading reason for so many pairs of those yellow socks in your home. Our home hasn’t been spared and I’m pretty pleased about it. Continue reading “Fit Kidd iJump Adventures”
Here is what I will never understand, if we are the writers of our own story, why do we let other people dictate how it goes? Why do we let that nasty little voice in the back of our minds tell us what we are going to do? How dare the little demons of doubt claw their way into what you are capable of, and they hide behind our cants.
Guys, I don’t know what the deal is with Riley, but he is one seriously negative dude lately. I mean he has always been prone to focusing his attention on what could go wrong, but it’s getting so much worse.