Tuesday, 23 February 2010
Sunday, 21 February 2010
Thank god he doesn't have the time to do both anymore.
Thursday, 18 February 2010
Each review consists of a simple checklist that includes whether or not a venue provides highchairs, change tables, easy pram access, a separate kids menu, or whether the normal menu has suitable options for little ones, the kid-friendliness of the staff, whether there is a play area for kids or activities and toys provided, as well as prices and the overall atmosphere of the place.
On top of that they also share their personal experiences with you and their opinion on the overall “vibe” of the venue and how welcoming and suitable they are to the little ones in our lives.
Pop by and have a look - it's definitely worth it. Little Eats.
Wednesday, 17 February 2010
Tuesday, 16 February 2010
If you had walked past The Corner Shop in Yarraville this morning you would have been treated to a rendition of all the major songs from 'Romper Room', sung divinely by myself and my partner in crime. (It's best not to ask why)
'P in C' has just sent me the original - I assume so we can compare renditions. I vote for ours.
Monday, 15 February 2010
I'm not a huge fan of Rob's but I must admit I kinda like this shot.
Tuesday, 9 February 2010
Well I did it - and won't be doing it again! (Before you ask, I am not in this photo - not that silly.)
It was hilarious, ridiculous, bloody hard work and did I mention hilarious?
My lovely friend Lisa is getting married on Friday so this hour of torture was part of her pre-wedding shenanigans. Hope you had fun Lise, although judging by the hilarity I'd say you did.
Monday, 8 February 2010
Thursday, 4 February 2010
While Krissa and I sat over our cups of tea this morning at The Corner Shop we watched these lovely ladies across the road. They were fabulous and we commented that although they received double takes and smiles, in general they were treated as a fun but fairly commonplace sight. That sums up Yarraville perfectly for me.
Wednesday, 3 February 2010
What on earth is Horchata?
A refreshing cold drink made of rice, almonds, cinnamon (canella), lime zest and sugar. This drink is rumored to be a cure for a hangover and is frequently served at breakfast time. Even though the drink has a milky appearance it is completely dairy-free.
So there you go - never say you don't learn anything at CHALK & TALK! Apparently Horchata is commonly served with massive long donut thingys called Fartuos - it's sounding better and better.
Monday, 1 February 2010
Here's the lovelies off to their first day -