So I asked one of my dear friends who is a ‘camping mum’ if she could share some of her wisdom and insights with us. From equipment, mum hacks and destinations inspiration. I hope this helps some of you. Read More
My name is Rachel (the one in the picture below with the windswept hair) and I am thrilled that you are here.
Whether you have made the decision to move your family to the Blue Mountains or have lived here a while but now starting a family, you are in the right place. Read More
I am sure that your social media feeds must look similar to mine at the moment: lots of perfect photos of friends on holidays with their family, lots of fun on the beach, dining out in lovely places, afternoon slumbers in the sun—so lovely, right?! Now, we know that these are only highlights; of course, there are not-so-exciting times on holiday; we know all of this. But it can still be depressing to see these sorts of pictures when we compare them with our own family getaways. So, in this post, I am going to give you the behind-the-scenes perspective of our holiday to the USA. I want to show you the good, the bad, and the real! Read More
It’s just more convenient, seems cheaper and takes less work and planning to go to the grocery store to buy some herbs and veggies for your family. Why bother fighting the birds and pests to protect your harvest, why not just pop to the local shops for produce? Read More
Let’s talk. Nurturing Healthy Communication.
As parents, we are responsible to create and nurture a healthy culture of communication in our homes. Children are mini-mirrors of what we do, what we say, what we permit and what we protect. Home and family lay vital foundations for future patterns of healthy (or otherwise) communication. Read More