Why the best memories of motherhood are the ones you can never plan

The other night I was lying in bed with my daughter and husband. Yes, we bed share and it works for us. No, thank you, I’m not interested in why this might be the wrong decision. By force of habit I like to rest my hand on her back (she’s a tummy sleeper). Slowly, slowly…

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The day Georgia met Paddington Bear

Due to my job I’m lucky to be invited to some extraordinary events. Case in point:  The Paddington Bear 2 DVD release in Australia. The event was held at VIVE Cooking School in Rosebery, which, by the way, is becoming something of a hub for foodies thanks to places like The Grounds and Messina setting…

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Why no child is ever ‘too young’ to experience art

Long before my daughter was born and long before I had even met my husband I vowed to myself that if I had a child I would ensure I exposed her to art at an early age. I would read to her from my favourite works, play Marriage of Figaro as I rocked her to…

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