Archive for November 28th, 2013

Mum's the word!

A question, that has been going round in our family for many years, is, do we have the time, energy and space to add in another (furrier) family member?
I have three lovely daughters who are dog mad, the eldest has been nagging us for years for a dog but its never been the right time!

But since October, we have been living in a new place, a farm house to be exact and the question has popped up again!

Now I know its nearly Christmas, and I’m not one of those ‘we could get a dog for Christmas’ types. I think a dog takes a little more consideration than ‘wouldn’t it be a nice gift to the children!’.

So, anyways, just on the off chance of looking at my girls school’s forum I noticed a family needing to rehome their dog due to not having enough space or time…

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A great way to add new ornaments to your Christmas tree each year is to create some home-made ones with your children.

With younger children, keep things simple by cutting out Christmas theme shapes (e.g. stars, gingerbread men) on cardboard and then decorate with stickers, glitter etc. You can also make hand prints on cardboard and then cut them out. To hang up your cardboard ornaments, simply tape a little loop of wool or string to the back of the artwork.

With older children, there are a range of DIY ornament kits in arts and crafts shops leading up to Christmas. You can also purchase unpainted glass baubles that you can paint and decorate at home.

Pictured are some cardboard ornaments we made and also a Christmas theme drawing by my daughter which we’ll be sending into Giggle and Hoot (local children’s show), fingers crossed it’ll be featured on Giggle…

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Courage to be Catherine

Rebecca Inspires Now

Catherine and Daddy FARE

Emmy dresses
royalty marathons
picking coach for mommy
dancing around people protocol
knowing when to tip
touch her throat
tangled with mermaids
surrounded by sentinels
she knows what to eat, drink
she knows the safety
of one hundred orange shirts
for the courage to be Catherine

There’s this little girl, four years old who sings this song: “Milk, eggs, wheat and beef! Milk, eggs, wheat and beef!” Her name is Catherine and those are her food allergies. She stood on the stage at the Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) walk and sang the song, bobbing her head from side to side. “Come on everybody, sing it with me!” The song has helped her remember her allergies.

Catherine is typically a shy and polite little girl. To see her on stage and to see her take it all in with grace: that she was a race…

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