Dear Gremlin, Welcome to toddlerhood, my boy! I honestly can’t believe we’re already here. Two years old already? Ever since you were a little tiny human, your personality just shone through. The happy, almost always smiling red cheeked kiddo. The one that’s always trying to be funny and cute because you’ve figured out that that… Continue reading Welcome to Toddlerhood, Gremlin!
Hello world! Yes, we’re all still alive and kicking even though I’ve been on radio silence for some time now! I’m hoping to turn it around now that I’ve (sort of) found a way to keep my head above the water and actually get some writing done. Will I be sticking to my old schedule?… Continue reading Currently: June 2017
I was lucky to have given birth both times at a private hospital, which is a lot different from giving birth at a government hospital because of the period of time you stay at the hospital for recovery. The first time around, I had no idea what to expect after my delivery, even though I… Continue reading Tips for Surviving Your Hospital Stay after Delivery
A while back, I posted about the worst parts of being pregnant and I saw a lot of women being able to relate! I mean, pregnancy is universal so we all go through some of the struggles together and we can all relate to them. While there are “worst” parts during pregnancies, where some women… Continue reading 22 Best Parts of Being Pregnant
Luchae Williams, writer and dreamer, resides in the small seaside city of Port Elizabeth in South Africa. Mama to 4 (1 teenager, 1 dashing stepson, 1 darling daughter and new addition soon to arrive) she likes to think of herself as a "young, hip mom". She is an avid blogger over at ‘My Spreadsheet Brain’,… Continue reading #BCW: Luchae from My Spreadsheet Brain
I was 19 when I met Hubby Byren, around the time he was about to turn 22. I had never been in a long-term relationship before, although I knew that he had been in one. As we dated and spent more time together, I got to do a lot of things that I hadn’t previously… Continue reading When Your Firsts aren’t His
Two weeks ago, Hubby Byren and I celebrated our fifth wedding anniversary. We have this sort of unspoken agreement that every odd number is his year to arrange the events and the even numbers are mine. The last four anniversaries we went to restaurants, and one year we decided to go bowling, which turned out… Continue reading Proof that My Hubby is a Romance Ninja