Month: July 2011

Young Chefs

Now I know it can be messy, frustrating and challenging to have children cooking in the kitchen but the outcomes far out weigh the negatives. The more my boys are kitchen savy the more everybody benefits, especially mum. I’ve already enjoyed my first breakfast in bed which was lovingly prepared by Noah, being 6 years …

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The Chook House

As you can see in the picture, the chicken house features a door with a latch which swings inside so the chickens can’t escape when you go in to feed them. There’s a nifty ramp that leads up to five nesting boxes which is definitely overkill. The good thing about the nesting boxes is that …

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Super Noah

For this first ‘Daily Diabetes’ post, I want to introduce you to our brave young son, Noah. He’s six at the moment, full of energy, loves spending time with his friends, loves dressing up in Super Hero, Spy or pirate costumes and loves to tell jokes. Life for Noah is much like any other child …

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Home Schooling

The Cheney clan are heading down off the beaten track to take up the challenge of home schooling. Even as I write this and talk about home schooling I have a wave of various emotions and thoughts that run through my brain. “Am I crazy?” “I’m scared!” and  “I’m a little excited!” are some of …

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