Baby No-Eyes

Baby No-Eyes Baby No-Eyes was first published in 1998 by Penguin and was Patricia Grace’s fourth novel. It is a splendidly complex story that unabashedly addressed many social issues in Aotearoa, including domestic violence, The Treaty of Waitangi, land claims,...
Right, we're continuing our leggings reviews... last week was Part 1... and next week we will finish with Part 3 :-)   Lotus Leggings Lotus is one of those companies that constantly pops up in my Facebook feed, a stream of ads...
Want to try? You can get $40 off your first order by using this link here! I used to love grocery shopping (although I have always hated unpacking it!!). I enjoyed label reading as I learnt more about what is...
When I spent a week sussing out period underwear, all I could think was how lucky my daughter, all our daughters are, to have all these amazing options. Because my conclusion at the end of experimentation was astoundingly positive ......
  Everything I Never Told You is the first novel of American writer Celeste Ng, and was Amazon book of the year in 2014. It has been translated into 15 different languages and won another 4 awards and been shortlisted...
I read a thread today about how people thought that organic is simply greenwashing, with no value in it at all. Well, if you're going to take a synthetic food and label it organic, it's still a crappy food. The...
Winter for us as a family is typically made up of endless streaming noses punctuated by periods of actual sickness, a cycle of colds and coughs that roll through each member. As the kids get older, the sicknesses are...

Leggings 3

And in the final part of reviewing leggings here in NZ..... stand by for my conclusion!!   PQ Seamless Leggings If you're a legging gal like me, you'll know how essential they are to LIFE. So these PQ ones have their place...
Fishing for Maui Fishing for Maui is a contemporary novel that follows a family in crisis in Aotearoa. It is New Zealand writer Isa Pearl Ritchie’s second novel. She lives in Wellington with one child. The novel follows the extended members...
The Baby Business The Baby Business – What’s happened to maternity care in New Zealand? By Dr Lynda Exton looks at the history of birthing care and the reforms of 1990 and the results of these on New Zealand mothers...