You were quite interested in my chocolate cake posting, where I gave a very easy chocolate cake recipe which is, in my experience, a 'never fail' recipe. So I am thinking that many of you enjoy chocolate and cake, like me. Perhaps you are also interested in easy recipes that are cheap and economical? Perhaps you also enjoy baking but don't always have the time for it?
I have also noticed that there has been quite a lot of interest in checking out my posting on linseed, sunflower and almond, which discussed this nutrient packed supplement and some ways to easily incorporate it into your life. Which means that, despite the interest in chocolate and cake, you also have a strong interest in healthy stuff too. All things in moderation I guess.
But the number one favourite posting to date has been I am not pregnant, I am fat. Hmmm. Perhaps this means that some of you suffer like I do from being a mummy with a tummy? For many of us it's partly baby's (or babies') doing, and partly a result of leading a slightly unbalanced chocolate and coffee fueled existence in the early days of new born babies.
And as they grow, it remains a daily struggle to provide a healthy and balanced diet for the whole family. As parents we work exceptionally hard providing for our little ones' daily needs. Planning wonderful days for them, and great balanced healthy meals like those Munch Mummy Kate makes for Freddie. Its easy to forget to take time out to care for ourselves in the same way. Well at least I know that this is often true for me. I don't always prioritise eating well and excercise for myself because it's hard to find the time.
Maybe I should do a post on how to fit some excercise into a schedule that is already bursting at the seams with things that need to be done for other people? What do you think? Got any good ideas?
Mummy with a tummy and three small boys