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Create a Dino World

Dino Island water play

This is one of my fav activities for my little fella but it doesn’t have to be particularly blokey. I think mine is a bit army island, just cause of his current phase. Now that the weather is warming up it’s fun to get back into the water play. So ...

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Make your own Nut-ella


I call this Nuttyella you will call it heaven! Thanks to the lovely Sarah Wilson from I Quit Sugar for discovering heaven! She has the coolest recipes and the healthiest smoothies around. Who knew putting your whole vege patch in the blender and adding coconut milk would taste so awesome? ...

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Virtual Aquarium


I”ve seen into the future – it”s called “The Cube” Brisbane”s most exciting technological attraction/research tool/interactive engagement site/kids day out. I don”t normally to “what to do” blog posts on the website but I couldn”t really help myself after visiting the brand new “Cube” at Queensland University of Technology. I ...

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Hummingbird Muffins

Homemade Hummingbird Muffins

With the temperature dropping. I’m like an emu with my head in the sand. Here”s wee wholefoods recipe to keep hold of summer and keep the good times rolling- Hummingbird Muffins. Hummingbird Muffins 1½ cups buckwheat flour 1 cup of wholemeal SR flour ½ tsp ground cinnamon ½ tsp bicarbonate ...

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Edible Bunch of Flowers for Mothers Day

Cupcake Bunch of Flowers

Getting in early for Grandma for this Mother’s Day. Card ready, flowers ready! This really is the gift that keeps on giving, an edible bunch of flowers! This is actually a little cracker from a kids birthday recipe book the one and only Aussie Women’s Weekly. God, I love that ...

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Egg – free Easter Biscuits

Easter-themed biscuits in egg and bunny shapes

I have a friend coming over at the weekend and her daughter is allergic to eggs so I tried this little recipe out and it tastes pretty good. I must admit, you won”t find me on MKR but, whatever I make it does the job. My three year old was ...

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