Questacon is a must visit destination for any family visiting Canberra. Questacon is the national science and technology centre and is packed full of wild, interactive, hands on exhibits divided into galleries that focus on a different area of science such as physics, colour and light, and the planet Earth. It is a massive hit … Continue reading Questacon, ACT – science museum with kids
Lake Bumbunga in Lochiel, SA is a pink salt lake located 2 hours drive north of Adelaide or 40 mins west of Clare. It is surreal and beautiful and a brilliant place to visit.
We're slowly but surely acting on our plan to explore more of Australia. Hubby & I have seen 7 out of 8 states/territories but we want to explore them all again as a family. We've taken Lottie to 4 so far.
The start of my journey to crochet 100 poppies to donate to the Australian War Memorial's installation of 60 000
We just did our first ABC Reading Eggs lesson and Little Lottie is happily writing 'm' all over her notebook at the kitchen counter. She's turning 3 in a few weeks but loves singing the alphabet, pointing out letters and loved Jolly Phonics at daycare so I thought I'd give her a go at the preschool … Continue reading ABC Reading Eggs – Learn to Read program 3-7yrs
Turning a house into a home is more than just filling it with furniture. Lottie's room being cosy, functional and easy to tidy is a priority of mine. She loves every doll and toy and book and spends hours playing and putting them in particular cubbies and drawers that mummy isn't allowed to mess up! … Continue reading Lottie’s Room
Ah, good old tuna bake. I originally learned this in high school and have since tweaked it to make TWO cheap and filling family meals that (usually) leaves leftovers - for $12.50. The ingredients are all from Coles supermarkets in Sydney, Australia. Prices will vary but here's the ingredients. Shopping List 500g Smart Buy … Continue reading Frugal Feed – $12.50 Tuna Bake