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Baby Carrier for Petite Moms

Choosing A Baby Carrier for Petite Moms

August 12, 2020

Babies look tiny and light, but you will be extremely tired if you have to hold your baby all day. It strains a lot, especially for short mothers with slight shapes. So how can petite moms keep babies all day without having back pain? Thus a baby carrier is a perfect solution for petite moms. Using the best […]

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The Benefits of Wearing a Belly Band During Pregnancy2

The Benefits of Wearing a Belly Band During Pregnancy

March 26, 2020

There are several types of supportive products found in the market and it gives a great comfort for pregnant women and new moms. Each product plays a very important role in different stages of women both during pregnancy and postpartum phase. Among such many supportive products, there is a most comfortable product for women which […]

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Going grey and that’s okay

May 8, 2014

Yesterday, I had most of my hair cut off. It is my first step toward growing and cutting my hair colour out. After colouring for the best part of fifteen years, I have decided that I’m done. For a few years, colouring was something I wanted to do. Then I kept doing it because of […]

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Loving young people seeking asylum

December 9, 2013

Some Australian public high schools have students who are asylum seekers living in community detention. Having arrived as unaccompanied minors, they are under the supervision and care of a Non Government Organisation (NGO), which coordinates housing and support for them. Many of these teenagers have come from large extended families. Some no longer have families alive. […]

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A new blog, The Learning Parent

A new blog, The Learning Parent

October 18, 2013

We’re into deeper water, home educating. I find my head is a bit full of parenting and learning. A new blog has been born to help me keep track of my home ed head. Introducing, My heart is still really with Women Bible Life and I look forward to a season which permits more time […]

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Collecting boys!

Collecting boys!

June 22, 2013

In recent weeks we have been getting to know another son. He is lovely and a joy to all of us. His six year old sister is having trouble working out “who to adore the most” among her brothers (particularly the smallest ones!). He was born at home, in the middle of the night, with […]

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Hats of womanhood

Hats of womanhood

May 31, 2013

I enjoyed a conference last weekend which served Christian women who are educating their own children apart from school. There was a bit of a theme of “hats” that we wear, representing the different roles and responsibilities we have. While I don’t love the imagery, it got me thinking. Here is something I wrote. There […]

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Colossians with kids

September 4, 2012

For years now, I’ve had a morning tea and Bible time tradition with my children. It’s very basic. We’ve recently finished Genesis 1-12 which has helped us think and talk about God, humanity and the world.  A lot of ethical questions came up, especially about the value of all human beings (there’s another post in […]

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It's not the teachers' fault.

It’s not the teachers’ fault.

September 1, 2012

We home educate, but we are not anti-school. In fact, I have a growing concern for teachers and schools. Schools are expected to teach children the skills, values and habits which families are responsible for. You only have to read the outcomes and indicators in the NSW Board of Studies syllabuses to see this (if you […]

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Mother fatigue

Mother fatigue

August 13, 2012

I’ve mentioned recently how full the days are and how tired I am when they end. There are plenty of tired people in the world. God has been very gracious to give me children, so I am thankful to be worn out caring for them. But one of the biggest challenges I am feeling is […]

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