Breeder’s Digest: xmas lies, friendship and tearjerkers

Breeder's Digest parenting podcast hosts Bec Whitley and Jane Yee peek out from either side of a Christmas tree in a jovial manner

Hosted by mums Jane Yee and Bec Whitley, Breeder’s Digest is a casual chat with your mates about all the rubbish bits of parenting and all the really good bits as well. This week on Breeder’s Digest we gather round the Christmas tree to contemplate life, love, laughter and parenting. Actually, just parenting. Join us […]

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Life in bullet points

Yes, hi. I’m still here – though the tumbleweeds have been blowing around a bit, haven’t they? Sorry about that. I guess I’ve been busy. Also insanely tired all the time. I’ve had such great intentions of updating the blog – many a time over the last few months I’ve sat down to write an entry and then a […]

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And to think…

When I was little, one of my older sisters had massive cupboards built into the wall over her bed. She kept all manner of things in those cupboards. At one point we even stashed a stray kitten in those cupboards, knowing Mum would never let us keep him. We fed him soggy Weetbix and water, […]

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Publish Post

I’m not gonna lie to you. I have a serious case of writer’s block going on at the moment. And by “at the moment” I mean “for the last four months”. I have logged in so many times and started to write an entry, but they’ve all ended up sitting lifeless in the drafts folder.

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You asked for it – Lemon Loaf recipe

I posted this photo of a lemon loaf I made last week on Instagram, and a few folks have been asking for the recipe. So I thought I’d share it here. The recipe, not the loaf – that sucker is long gone sorry. It’s a delicious loaf that’s not overly sweet but has a lovely […]

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Progress report

The SAHM thing (or “stay-at-home-mum thing” for those of you who don’t deal in the currency of parenting acronyms) is working out pretty well so far. Sadly I don’t feel like I have a tonne more time to do all those Sally Ridge craft projects I had planned (seashell lampshade anyone?) but the time I […]

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A neighbourhood united

Hey so, just quickly, I am no longer a working-mum. I am now a stay-at-home-mum. I mean, I do leave the house on occasion – it’s not like I literally just stay at home – but I don’t leave the house to go to work. Well, sometimes, but hardly ever. WHAT AM I EVEN SAYING?! […]

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