Monthly Archives: July 2010

Feeding Friends

On Saturday night my friend Natasha gave birth to a beautiful baby girl, Olive Lucille.  She was supported by her amazing husband Christian, cared for by two midwives and I had the honour of attending as their doula. I could … Continue reading

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Baking it Pretty

Today I received my first order from Bake it Pretty!! The orange cups I’m hoping to use for Ewan’s first birthday cupcakes. The spots, striped and mini ginghams will have to wait until inspiration strikes. I tried a new cookie … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Mo!!

Today is my besty’s birthday. Happy Birthday Mo!! I made you these Lemon Buttermilk Cupcakes with Lemon Buttercream. I used Earth’s Balance instead of butter, and halved the recipe for frosting because I got ten cupcakes from the batter recipe. … Continue reading

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Farm Share

My lovely friend Ashala, and her family, are roadtripping for three weeks and they gave us their farm share! So for the next few Saturdays I’ll head down to the East Van Farmer’s Market with an empty bin and come … Continue reading

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Berry Muffins

I made these muffins for a toddler hang sesh at my friend Christina’s. Ewan isn’t quite toddling on his own, but he’s trying his hardest. It was a nice way to spend the afternoon; good music, great friends, entertained kids, … Continue reading

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Zombie Gup

Last night was the Vancouver launch party for Gup Gup’s, a new vinyl toy company. Kyle was asked to ‘decorate’ one for the show. The artists could either do a 2D design and email it in then a company in … Continue reading

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World Cup Final Football Fry Up

Kyle and I like to have a good breakie while we watch a match. Today was no different. Despite England being knocked out, we continued to watch the Cup. Our fry up today was scrambled eggs with garden greens and … Continue reading

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