When waiting feels like forever

Kathy Krugeradoption, go with the flow, IVF, motherhood, yinyang4 Comments

Yin Yang clock 4am early sunrise

(Or I could write a thesis on impatience) Impatience is a topic I could have written a thesis about. If only I’d been patient enough to stick at it! In suffering infertility, I WAITED a very long time (or what felt like an ETERNITY) to fall pregnant. I WAITED in doctor’s surgeries, the scent of ‘horrormones’ hanging in the air, … Read More

Kathy KrugerWhen waiting feels like forever

Yinyang – the hot and cold of it (and the shades of grey)

Kathy Krugerbalance, go with the flow, motherhood, perspective, yinyang4 Comments

yin and yang the hot and cold of it

One of the first words Little Yang said (after Mum, but before Dad!) was HOT. This of course was because he was told repeatedly ‘don’t touch, HOT’ around cups of tea or coffee. And we would blow any food that was warmed a little too much with the warning ‘HOT, HOT’. To him HOT naturally came to mean ‘BAD’ – … Read More

Kathy KrugerYinyang – the hot and cold of it (and the shades of grey)

You want too much peace Mum!

Kathy Krugerbalance, happiness, harmony, motherhood, mummytime, work-life balance3 Comments

Peace through yoga and sometimes wine

Could there be such a thing? Too much peace! According to Miss Yin, 9, I’m a hog for serenity, a glutton for calm, even if the peace I crave is not exactly the noble end-to-all-wars variety. (of course I do wish for that, but my immediate needs are much closer to home). I’d sell my soul (and throw in the kids) … Read More

Kathy KrugerYou want too much peace Mum!

Love is in the light and shade

Kathy Krugercontentment, gratitude, happiness, motherhoodLeave a Comment

My tunnel of love

Sometimes it feels like there’s not much light at the end of the tunnel – but mostly it’s lovely!

Kathy KrugerLove is in the light and shade

Might as well jump (or handstand, or cartwheel)

Kathy Krugerbalance, happiness, motherhood2 Comments

Might as well jump into life

How often do we jump as adults, or swing, or hang upside down, do a handstand, even cartwheel? So how seldom do we squeal, giddy with excitement, or experience our stomach in our mouth, without fear, just with that funny feeling of butterflies flitting joyfully around our insides? And how rarely do we feel as though we might fly, actually … Read More

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