When our girl was born I found a very useful app to track the feeding and napping times. I fed on demand but still wanted to see how long had been since the last time and in terms of sleep it helped me to get an idea if she’s getting the recommended amount in total for her age group. Continue reading “Baby sleep app and anxiety”
I’m proud that a friend of mine, Chantal, has written this book because like most people (probably like you too), she loves desserts! 🙂 But it was driving her crazy that desserts always had to be naughty! So she wrote it with some educational material to begin with and included 34 amazing vegan recipes that are every spoonful nourishing and not at all guilty! Isn’t it great when you can have a treat that is not followed but a guilt trip down weight gain lane?
I’m also delighted to mention that some of the photos used in this book are taken by my husband Marc Mordant Photography. Continue reading “Innocently Sweet – vegan dessert recipe book”
I had this most wonderful coincidence with my dad recently. One day I was browsing books at random in Waterstones Piccadilly and stumbled upon an Alice in Wonderland and Humpty Dumpty notebook, thinking that this would be a really funny present for my dad. No occasion, just a sweet surprise and a very appropriate one as he used to read the books to us when we were kids. He even drew a Humpty Dumpty for me once, I surely must have the drawing somewhere in my parents’ home… Continue reading “Alice in Wonderland”
I go through phases when I only read crime fiction and in this genre I find, for me, Henning Mankell is one of the best. After just looking him up on the internet a few days ago I realised he had passed away on 5th October this year… I will now cherish the rest of the ‘Wallander series’ even more… Continue reading “Scandinavian fiction”