Monthly Archives: July 2012

Silent Sunday

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Friday Funny- You Need This in Your Life.

This man is my new favourite comedian, bar none (sorry, Mickey Flanagan…). His name is Louis CK and I don’t think I’ve ever found a comedian as relatable as him, most of his jokes are about being a parent. It’s a bit near the knuckle, probably not one to watch at work or around the kids, but check out these clips: Louis sells all of his own material, directly through his site and I highly …

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Banana, Blueberry and Walnut Cake (It’s Healthy, Honest!)

I start my new job tomorrow so I wanted to do something nice with Sausage  today, but while we were getting ready to go out, the sky went black and didn’t fill me with much of a desire to go out and get tiddled on, so I suggested we do some baking instead. The trouble is, I’m trying to lose weight, so I had to find something vaguely healthy for us to make. My friend Kerry …

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Equal Marriage Through The Eyes of an Almost 4 Year Old.

Husband and I made a pact a long time ago that we wouldn’t do that thing where parents baffle their kids with bullshit to avoid telling them a simple truth. I can’t remember when it came up, but Sausage has always been aware of what it means to be ‘gay’ – we explained it to her as simply as we could and she’s never questioned it. Why should she? As long as you’re open and …

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Silent Sunday

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Wordless Wednesday – Weight Loss Inspiration

I decided to take Pippa’s lead this week and get involved in Wordless Wednesday (although, this doesn’t feel very wordless…). I’ve chosen a photo of myself, about 20 minutes before I became Mrs. C. I chose this because the weight I am there is what I’d like to get back down to, so it’s a reminder that it is possible for me to get back there.  

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The Freedom to Dance.

Yesterday, Husband and I took Sausage to The Village Green Arts Festival, a free event at one of the large parks near our home, which had various musical acts, dancers and artists performing throughout the day. It was a nice way to spend the day as a family, we met some friends and Sausage had a great time dancing, destroying everyone with her magic wand (that’s another story…) and nicking the food from our friends’ …

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Silent Sunday

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