Bex sent me this link to an article about feeding kids.
Obviously I am doing my best to feed the kid, but some of these were new to me. Some of them are no brainers, but worth a read…
BTW – ‘usband has been tinkering with the blog. All will come good in the fullness of time.
Thanks to Suzanne for this…
George Takei and his partner of 21 years have married over the weekend. George has been an active campaigner for marriage equality, so this news is especially joyful.
From George’s personal blog – here is a post written when the laws in California were changed.
Marriage is love, and George and Brad have lived for 21 years as beautiful examples of the best that marriage can offer – now they are finally able to enjoy the rights as well as the responsibilities that come with legal marriage.
Congratulations, I wish you many more years of happiness ahead.
I went to a baby shower where one of the games challenged us to identify mystery foods smeared in a disposable nappy. That was pretty gross, but for something even worse, click here, and navigate to picture 11 of 17.
It’s worthy of cake wrecks, but for the fact it was submitted by an amateur.
Simone and I went to the Muhglai Feast class today, and had a wonderful time.
Highly recommended – even if you’re not vegetarian.
We made Dahl Makhani, Palak Paneer, Malai Kofta, a spiced rice dish, a mint and yoghurt side dish, an onion side dish, naan, and a fabulous dessert.
And then I came home and made congee for dinner for the first time. I made it with dried shitake mushrooms, frozen peas and some vegetarian chinese sausage I had in the freezer, ginger, vegetarian chicken stock and broken rice. I can see how I can improve it next time, but all in all it was quite yummy, and a pretty good lazy Sunday dinner.
I’ve just experienced the most thrilling moment of television sport since Cathy Freeman ran the 400m in Sydney.
Murderball/Wheelchair Rugby – Australia Vs. NZ. The game was won in the last half second by Ryley Batt.
Amazing. Can’t wait for the next match.
No, I don’t have an iPhone. Yes, I want one very badly. So, what to do?
Poke fun at the object of desire.