Tag: Kids

After our crazy quick but delicious run in Brisvegas, the vikings are descending on Melbourne! Three quick but scrumptious nights are coming your way via the ultra fab Melbourne Cabaret Festival – it’s my first time doing this one and I could seriously not be more thrilled. We even made a trailer! Thank you i-Movie gods! Cannot wait. It’s coming up so soon. So much to do. So much to organise. So much to enjoy. I do so love touring with my mates (four of whom are in the show with me); this performing gig is awesome but can get…

Thank you beautiful peeps for the words of support for the changes that are soon to come. Excoitment! And don’t worry, I promise to spill my personal side for your viewing pleasure from time to time. I’m flattered that you would even think for a moment I wouldn’t. I think you underestimate the depths of my narcissism darlings! So, links this week that I’ve been digging: Why Time Poor Women Need Understanding Friends. Hells to the yes. My friendships have unfortunately taken a pretty big hit in the last little while, especially earlier this year when I was away a…

Thank you once again to everybody who took the time and effort to give me some feedback on the blog. I’m so inspired, tremendously so actually, to give Comic Mummy HQ an overhaul both in design and content. THANK YOU!!! One thing I found really interesting was that there seems to be a FAQ about how to do this creative/parenting combo gig. I’ll do my best to share some thoughts on this more regularly for shizzle! Very cool. If you do have a SPECIFIC question/thought you’d like me to blog about, then please do send it through and help me…

I know I joke a lot onstage and off about how hard is is to raise kids and how much effort is involved just in keeping the damn things alive (this from a woman who has managed through marvellously minimal effort to kill 100% of all plants that have ever been bold/stupid enough to enter her household.) However, what I haven’t spoken often enough about is the sheer awesomeness that kids bring into your world. Really. It disturbs me how as I even write that I feel a knee-jerk reaction to justify it somehow. Or to apologise for saying it,…