Weird Search Engine Searches That Have Brought People To My Little Blog…

I had such a laugh the other night, every now and then I look at the search terms that have brought lost souls to my little blog, some of them are just so crazy. Enjoy…

I had a mental block during my exam am so damn angry at myself – yeah you are screwed.

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My husband is my everything – I am not sure why you would search that, and although I love my husband very much… I wouldn’t exactly say he is my everything. There is so much more to me!

What do when toddler licks sunlight dish washing liquid? Last time I checked I pretty much banned medical advise from my blog, so who knows how this poor person ended up here. That being said, your child will probably be fine, it tastes like shit though.

I promise not to be an asshole when i grow up – good to know, I don’t promise anything.

Boobs are their business – Who’s? I love boobs.

Beauty without cruelty tattoo – That’s a tad extreme…

Tattoo shop cape town looking for a tattoo artist – you ain’t gonna find no work here, son.

Christel Maartens pregnant? I don’t know? Scaaaaandal!

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ever after high raven queen gets pregnant with dexter charming’s baby – what a slutbag. And she was so young.

Just got to be taught poem? I is happy about you.

Justify animal testing spending – not a f*%#. You came to the wrong place person.

Baby books with removable pieces – Not advisable.

diy not messy fairy dust – on what planet?

Why are there fat people? I don’t even… what? I know I am a curvy lady, but seriously, Google?

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What is mean 3 years down, forever to go? I R don’t know. Long time it lies ahead!

How to nuk asparagus.. It is surprisingly easy.

Sslouchy Pant, You are a slouchy pant!

I am 27 weeks pregnant and pee every five minutes – I feel your pain sister!

What is Fairydust at the Hospital? probably Morphine, that shit is magical.

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A Glimpse At What It Is Like Raising A Child With Cerebral Palsy, Severe Intractable Epilepsy And Cortical Visual Impairment

I recently reached out to Lisa, little Hunter’s mom, and asked her if I could please share their story. I have been following this brave little boy’s life on Facebook since the beginning of the year… I have cried for them with every setback and leaped with joy at every triumph. See, Hunter is a very special little boy – not only is he strikingly beautiful, but he also suffers from Cerebral Palsy, severe Intractable Epilepsy and Cortical Visual Impairment after damage to the brain was picked up In Utero… he is only 18 months old.

A Glimpse At What It Is Like Raising A Child With Cerebral Palsy, Severe Intractable Epilepsy And Cortical Visual Impairment

I admire his parents, they have remained positive throughout Hunters’ diagnosis and continue to do so every day – reading the updates on the Facebook page you can see for yourself, they are taking this head on! I have asked Lisa to tell us her story, to tell us what it is really like raising a child with Cerebral Palsy, Severe Intractable Epilepsy And Cortical Visual Impairment. This is their story as told by Lisa, his brave mom, a true inspiration…

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Our story begins when we first found out about Hunter’s bleed on the brain when I was still pregnant. At 32 weeks our gynae saw something on his brain in a routine ultrasound and we were immediately sent for a further 4D scan – we had been for an earlier 4D scan prior to this but everything was still perfect at that point… we were shattered by this news and did not know what to expect, we just kept praying for a false alarm but somehow the decrease in movement in the few weeks leading up to the scan made me incredibly anxious. The scan revealed enlarged ventricles and a bleed on the brain in a few areas. This could not be explained by any expert and the cause remains unknown, but we remained hopeful as other than the enlarged ventricles the rest of brain seemed to look fine. We were told that it is difficult to make any definite conclusions as ultrasound is not able do view areas deep in the brain.

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I wish someone had warned me…

Such a beautiful, honest and raw article ♥

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Heaven alone knows why, when I was pregnant, I only and constantly prayed for a successful natural birth. It would be a ritual in my daily prayers to ask the Almighty for a successful pregnancy and a successful natural birth. I was so naive and ignorant. I did not think about after birth. I did not think about nursing. I did not think about my emotions. Seeing all the pictures that mama’s put up of their peaceful sleeping babies made me believe that I was going to master motherhood and ace the transition from being me to being a mama. I was so wrong! There are so many things I did not know.

Before you read any further, I need to mention to you that this was my experience and that as everyone is unique, everyone’s experience is different.I pray that you do not go through what I went…

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Today I Took My Daughter On A Cinderella Date… And We Learned Some Valuable Lessons!

Life is finally starting to get back to normal… I have started working again, got my confidence back and the kids are settling in nicely. Having a baby changes everything – wether it is your first or second… it does not matter – it…changes…everything (mostly for the good).

Before Knox was born, I used to take Mikayla on regular ‘dates’, this was our time – just us girls. During this time I would not pick up my phone unless it was to capture that perfect Instagram moment, because let’s face it – my child is freakin’ gorgeous. Anyway, even though I have made a point in including Mikayla when we do things with Knox and trying my best to give her equal amounts of attention we have not been able to go on one of our little dates since Knox’s birth almost 5 months ago – and that’s okay. There is so much adjusting, healing and changing happening and I knew it would be unfair to put too much pressure on myself to keep things the same.

We finally had a chance to start dating again today, we had such a blast! One day when Knox is old enough we will have our own dates too – I really think it is so important. We went to watch Cinderella at Ster Kinekor. I was worried at first as she is still very young and not a fan of ‘real-life’ movies, but it was what she chose to watch. It was a brilliant choice – we both really enjoyed it and it really exceeded my expectations. If you thought the 2015 reboot of Cinderella would be sassy and all-knowing you’d be wrong. And its very traditionalism is its greatest strength. Before you read any further, I will be referencing quotes from the movie – so if you consider that a spoiler – spoiler alert!

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*WIN* A Baby Hamper Worth R800 With The Little Bambini Online Shop …

Alex started The Little Bambini last year due to a huge gap in the market for unique baby goods available in their home town of Harrismith in the Free State.

I love their website design – it is fun, quirky and easy to navigate. They are currently running an awesome special on their starter sets and bulk collections – so if you have a babyshower coming up – you better check out their #ThanksAMillion Sale! Also, if you sign up for an account now you get R50 off your first order… just saying. Continue reading

Load Shedding With Little Kids In The House Is A Pain… But You Can Make It Fun!

While adults may be cursing over the inconvenience of the next load shedding session, kids are also being affected by the dark. This can be a big challenge when your bedside light is off and the monsters under the bed feel closer than ever. But because Sustainable.co.za wants to help all South Africans live in the light, they’ve got a host of fun, child-friendly toys and lights to help our little ones deal with the dark.

1. Pink Solar Lamp – R185.00

The nifty pink solar lamps light up automatically in the dark, leaving no bedroom pitch black. Simply leave your solar jar on your window sill, or in a sunny area, for the solar cell to recharge the battery. This will provide power for the LED lamp at night. In frosted pink or white, the lamp provides a bright light that’s watertight with no visible switches, perfect for curious hands. (There is an override switch inside the lid if you would like to turn it off.)

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