****** Click here for September 2011 School Holidays. ****** I was so happy to write this post! September is coming. Spring is coming!!! I love the September school holidays, the sun is usually just starting to come out and it is such a lovely time to have a break from the school routine. As always […]

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Last school holidays, I took the kids into the National Sports Museum (NSM) located at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Before I went, I asked on facebook for any tips on making the most of our visit to the NSM, a lovely reader Lyndelle gave me the tip to make sure we allowed ourselves plenty of […]

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Back in January this year at the request of the kids I took them along to the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre School Holiday Activities. The main attraction for the kids was the wave pool. We had been a few years ago and had a great time, so I didn’t think much about taking the […]

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Slow Cooker Roast Lamb

A few weeks back my lovely friend Cath had a fab guest post here on Planning With Kids – Slow Cooked Roast Lamb. In this recipe Cath cooked the roast lamb slowly using a french oven. I unfortunately do not own one of them (but to my family reading this, I would be super happy […]

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This post is sponsored by Nuffnang. I have tried putting cheese in my kids lunch boxes a lot and the majority of times it has come home returned from the child who needs it most. One of my children unfortunately suffers from tooth enamel defects – basically a weakness and discolouring of the enamel coat […]

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As I mentioned in an earlier post, Kidspot are running a competition which gives the Top 50 bloggers a chance to win a trip to Dunk Island for 7 days. The trip is for two adults and two children though – our family rarely fits into the standard family packages, but we have grown pretty […]

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