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How to Cut a Fringe at Home

How many times have you cut your own hair and it ended up a disaster (hand goes up!!).  I’ve done it so many times now I can’t even count.  I do recall having waist length plats and snipping them off with Mum’s sewing scissors and wondered why my poor Mother cried every time she saw me with my lopsided bob that fell just below my ears.

I like to think I’ve grown up a bit now – and I have been growing my hair for over two years.  But one thing – I’ve also been cutting my own fringe.  And it works and looks amazing!

My tips are:

  • Have a good, sharp pair of hairdressing scissors.  If you are trying to save money – these are essential.  You can pick up a pair at most chemists or for a really shit hot hairdresser quality style pair, try Cherry Birch.
  • Less is more.  When in doubt, go long.  A longer fridge can be chopped, a shorter fringe cannot!
  • If you aren’t comfortable in giving it a go – visit your hairdresser instead!  You see, I’m game to try anything!

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Whether it’s your dad, your husband, or your brother, no man can’t say no to these cakes.

Even if they claim they are not into sweets. Because come on, look at the cuteness level of these desserts! One simply cannot not have it at the birthday buffet. Here are 36 awesome birthday cake ideas for men.

1. Because he can have his (burger) cake and eat it too.

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2. Perfect for an outdoor barbecue party!

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3. This is awesome – but better prepare a real pizza too, just in case!

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4. Who would have thought a cake can look as dapper as this?

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5. Imagine your dad serving this to his guests, asking “Who wants the burnt one?”

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6. No one can pull off a poker face after seeing this!

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Cakes for Dads: 7. How “Dad” can this cake get?

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8. Adorable! Don’t worry dad, if anything, this cake might just up your macho points.

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9. This is so perfect for the crossword-loving, newspaper-reading, coffee-sipping grandpa!

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The Traditional Chocolate Style Cake: 10. A black chocolate cake – this is the very definition of elegance!

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11. Who said rainbow cakes are too girly? This polo stack begs to differ!

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12. Technically a classic chocolate cake, but there’s nothing ordinary about it!

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13. Good old Black Forest Cake will always have your back – like your dad.

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14. How about a birthday party cake for nostalgia’s sake?

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15. Are you kidding me? Nothing beats a peanut butter + chocolate combo.

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For The Nerdy Man: 16. Even if he can’t hurt a fly, your man is the Dark Knight on his special day.

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17. For the ultimate Star Wars fan, nothing beats an edible R2D2!

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18. If your dad has a closet full of bow ties and suspenders, you must get him this!

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19. If you can’t afford to give him a gold Rolex on his birthday, this would be a good alternative. *wink*

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20. We just can’t get enough of playing cards, can we?

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The Grog Lover: 21. To be honest? I had never imagined fawning over a beer-themed cake – but this is just too cute.

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22. I imagine this ice bucket will be a big hit among his friends!

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23. If subtlety is not one of your – or his – stronger suits, go for this!

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24. Plus points for the salted pretzels on the side!

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25. And even more plus points for the real bottles of Jack Daniels!

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The Sports Enthusiast: 26. I bet good money this will be the sweetest golf game he’ll ever play.

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27. For any guy whose feet can never be too far from the sea…

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28. This fishing-themed cake is really artistic and sorta creepy at the same time. Perfect, I guess?

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29. Cake on fire for a big bike rider!

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For The Music Lover: 30. For your musician brother, nothing but this cake to rock his birthday.

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A Numbers Game: 31. Numbers aren’t everything but you gotta admit this cake is something!

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32. This cake works for all gentlemen of any age

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33. The touching dedication at the bottom makes the cake a lot more special.

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34. This colourful 80s cake is all kinds of awesome, but feel free to customise it according to your man’s preferred “decade.”

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35. No other cake for the ultimate James Bond fan!

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36. Finally, this race car-themed cake will take him on a good ride down memory lane.

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The Junk Food Cake

Have you chosen a favourite yet? 
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Going through IVF is never easy.

Apart from the psychological strains, it’s physically draining to have to go through a lot of procedures for that one precious little bundle of joy.

So to lighten their burden, here are some unique gift ideas for the IVF mumma-to-be sure to put a smile on their faces.

1. Tee and Socks Set

A soft light tee, printed with words to insipire, will make every IVF mumma-to-be’s day complete.

Available from LottieandCo – $29.48

2. “Wake Pray Transfer Day” Shirt

Help IVF mumma-to-bes get ready for the big day in this lovely and light transfer day shirt.

Available from BennyandRay – $29.48

3. Black Transfer Day Shirt

Everyone loves comfy shirts, so this one will surely be a hit for IVF mumma-to-bes!

Available from SurroSisterDesign – $30.82

4. IVFMOM Shirt

For every proud #IVFMOM!

Available from LottieandCo – $29.48

5. “Making a Miracle with lots of Love and a Little Science” Shirt

Each day for an IVF mumma-to-be is a miracle. And this shirt tells it all.

Available from BittyandBoho – $30.81

6. “IVF Got This” Socks

For every struggle, yes, IVF mum, you “got this”…and you deserve it!

Available from LottieandCo – $13.40

7. Cute Transfer Socks

This may be every IVF mumma-to-be’s lucky socks!

Available from pkvPrint – $33.50

8. Adorable Baby Onesie

Celebrate your precious darling at the end of your IVF journey with this adorable onesie.

Available from NatsHandmadeCreation – $18.00

9. “My First Babysitter Was An Embryologist” Baby Onesie

Indeed! Let your IVF bub wear this cute onesie and show the world how perfect he/she is.

Available from ScherShop – $13.40

10. Awesome IVF Baby Onesies

However you want to say it, your beloved bub is one true miracle.

Available from SewCutebyEmma – $17.42

11. “IVF Got This”-“Think Positive” Bracelet Bundle

To remind every IVF mumma-to-be, they’re the strongest.

Available from HealingTouchJewelry – $26.80

Made of eight gemstones, including some beautiful lotus flowers, which is a symbol for fertility, rebirth and creation, as bead spacers, this incredible bracelet will inspire every IVF mumma-to-be.

Available from FertileGems – $60.30

13. Fertility Charm

This will make every IVF mumma-to-be look pretty. You’ll never know this will be their good luck charm!

Available from TheFertileGarden – $3.34

14. IVF Bracelet

Send hope and love to every IVF mumma-to-be with this simple fertility bracelet.

Available from hopeonaropejewelry — $20.03

15. Elastic Bracelet/Hair tie

These fantastic bracelet/hair tie is just what every IVF mumma-to-be needs to keep her looking always neat in her IVF journey.

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List of Clothing Manufacturers to Create Your Own Fashion Line

I have always dreamed of creating my own fashion line and selling it and becoming a famous fashion designer, worn by the stars!  Now it is easier to do it than ever before as clothing manufacturers both in Australia and overseas are becoming more accessible to members of the public. Whether you are wanting a one off piece of clothing made, or a whole line in all sizes for your booming online store, there is a manufacturer out there to suit your budget and needs.

The follow list is recommendations made by our community of Mums who have produced their own clothing in the past.  Just make sure you do your homework on each before parting with your cash!

Australian Based Clothing Manufacturers: Visonise:

Fashion and Design Services based in Australia.

DNA Manufacturing:

DNA Manufacturing focuses on polo shirts, uniforms, business shirts and workwear.

Cash’s:

Cash’s product belts, patches, branded goods, heat-transfer labels, care labels and hang tags.

Caryn Luxton Design

Caryn Luxton Design is leading pattern makers and offer a dedicated team of industry professionals from idea to production. They are located in Sydney.

CCC Manufacturing:

Specialising in stretch-wear garments (activewear) and producing high-quality fashion garments in conjunction with an in-house pattern-maker. They offer pattern making, grading, sampling, cutting, manufacturing or a full-service start to finish package. They are based in Brisbane, Queensland.

A Fitting Connection:

We have a team ready to help develop your product and support you every step of the way through to production.

Manufacture My Product

Manufacture My Product has 40 manufacturers in seven different countries but are Australian based.  They offer manufacturing assistance to anyone wanting to create their own range of textile products and are an agent that represent manufacturers in China, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Vietnam.

SNAG Clothing

Located in Sydney, SNAG Clothing organise for clothing to be made overseas and transported to you here in Australia.

Small Run Australian Clothing Manufacturers:

If you are a start up in the Fashion Industry or still small, to have your new clothing line manufacturers, you will probably be looking at a Small Run Manufacturer.  These are manufacturers that will take smaller orders, usually bewteen 30 – 500 pieces at a time at a minimum.

Design Make Produce

Design Make Produce do small run manufacturing and will also do fashion consultations, artwork and prints, material sourcing, production management and sample making.

Fashion Equipped

Fashion Equipped provide fashion consultancy, online programmes and workshops.

Sample Room 

Sample Room is located in Melbourne and offers pattern making, sample making, grading, production preparation and consultation.

Manufacture My Product

Manufacture My Product has 40 manufacturers in seven different countries but are Australian based.  They offer manufacturing assistance to anyone wanting to create their own range of textile products and are an agent that represent manufacturers in China, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Vietnam.

Small Run Overseas Clothing Manufacturers: Apparel Win

US-based small run fashion manufacturers

One Love Fashion Production

Balinese based small fashion run.

Manufacture My Product

Manufacture My Product has 40 manufacturers in seven different countries but are Australian based.  They offer manufacturing assistance to anyone wanting to create their own range of textile products and are an agent that represent manufacturers in China, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Vietnam.

Vargare Garment & Swimwear Manufacturer

Located in Denpasar, they are the rising star in the manufacturing world with low minimum quantity orders at an affordable price.  They specialise in swimwear and activewear.

Overseas Based Clothing Manufacturers: Bali Based Clothing Manufacturers: Activewear Bali

Activewear Bali is located in Kerobokan and are the one-stop shop manufacturer for all types of activewear, swimwear, yoga-wear and sportswear.

CMA Clothing and Manufacturing Agent CV Bad Ass Garment

Located in Denpasar, they were established in 1995 and manufacture quality garments for the western export market. Their factor specialises in producing beachwear.

Divine Diva

Divine Diva is both a manufacturing and wholesale fashion business specialising in resort wear clothing, women’s fashion and they also supply quality stretch fabrics.

Franksland Uniform Manufacturer

Frankland design and create uniforms and have a 15-year track record for designing and producing quality aesthetically designed and well-fitted uniforms.  They are located in Kerobokan.

GEMI Clothing Manufacturing Harris Darmawan Garment 

Located in Denpasar, Harris Darmawan was established in 1994 and will manufacture anything you wish!

House of Ioco Fashion Factory

House of Ioco is located in Seminyak and produce designer clothing and couture garments.

King Trading

King Trading is the only Balinese company that can import specific fabrics for your needs tax and duty-free. They are located in Kerobokan.

One Love Fashion Production Siobhan and Fionnuala Garment Manufacturing

Located in Denpasar, Siobhan and Fionnuala are Australian owned and manufacture ethically clothing including street-wear, resort wear and children’s garments.

Sovana

Sovana is a boutique manufacturing facility with friendly and professional customer service.  They pride themselves on quality garments with an on-time delivery guarantee.

Vargare Garment & Swimwear Manufacturer

Located in Denpasar, they are the rising star in the manufacturing world with low minimum quantity orders at an affordable price.  They specialise in swimwear and activewear.

Yogi and Boo:

A Balinese based ethical clothing manufacturer and designer.  They are located in Kuta.

Chinese-Based Clothing Manufacturers: Apparel Win

Small order clothing manufacturers in China.

Bryden Apparel

Bryden was established in 2013 to help independent fashion brands, large fashion houses and e-commerce retailers. They assist clients with designing, creating packs, sourcing fabrics, creating samples and bulk apparel production.

Garment & Product Solutions:

China-based manufacturer.

Hi-Style Manufacturing Company

Manufacturers of Pyjamas, Robes, Jumpsuits, Lingerie, Loungewear and Fashion Accessories.

Savvy Garments

Savvy Garments make menswear, women’s fashion and generally anything you want to make.  They do have a minimum ordering quantity requirement and they don’t charge for samples that are part of the manufacturing process.

Design Make Produce

Design Make Produce offer fashion consultation, manufacturer tours, production management and material sourcing in China.  They also have their prices listed on their website (which is handy!)

This list is a work in progress and will constantly be updated.  Check back on regular occasions to see the updates!
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Got a wedding coming up and don’t know where to start with your dress? Don’t have an absolute fortune to spend?  

You don’t need to!  There are so many great options these days to pick up a designer looking wedding dress for a fraction of the price. Where are these options? Right here – we’ve done all the hard work for you!

Penny Lane Bridal

Based in Queensland, Penny Lane Bridal offers not only wedding dresses but also accessories like shoes, hairpieces, jewellery, and even hoops and petticoats!

I Do Gowns

If the words “affordable” and “negotiable” make you want to do a musical number, this site is the place for you. They have a huge range of preloved wedding gowns!

The Bridal Outlet

The Bridal Outlet has wedding gowns from size 2 all the way through to size 36.  They offer designer gowns for beach weddings, garden weddings, traditional weddings, second weddings, cocktail gowns, special occasion gowns and destination weddings.

They have outlets in Somersby NSW and Ballarat VIC.

White Runway

White Runway boasts a selection of both classic and trendy wedding dresses carefully selected by a team of stylists. This site is a cult favourite among celebs!

Hitched.com.au

Has a huge range of dresses including designer labels.

Asos

ASOS is a very popular online shopping destination, but did you know that they also have a fabulous bridal selection? They offer everything from bridal accessories to wedding shoes.

Minel

Minel supplies a huge range of dresses, from formal to cocktail, and they also have elegant but affordable wedding dresses. Right now, they’re giving away a free stole with every purchase!

The Gold Coast Bridal Lounge

You will surely fall in love with the wedding dresses that GC Bridal Lounge offers. If you have your own design, book an appointment with them for consultation and your dress will be ready in 20 weeks.

Bride2Be

This Melbourne-based shop was born out of the desire to reduce stress when shopping for a bridal gown. They will teach you how to measure yourself and they’ll take care of the rest.

Next Page: Second Hand Wedding Gowns
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I don’t know about you but for me, getting a tattoo is a way of celebrating one’s body…and what more if it’s rib tattoos! So sexy!

While it’s not the most common area of the body where one gets a tattoo but it’s definitely not for the faint-hearted. See, the rib area is an area of the body where pain could be a bit intense compared to other parts of the body. However, the results will be so damn worth it!

In the diagram below, you will see which areas of the body will feel more pain when inked.

So the next time you think about getting a tattoo, you can either try to avoid the most painful areas or if you have a higher pain threshold, tattoos in these areas will feel just like…well a “cat’s scratch” (It isn’t bad is it? Lol!)

And because we just looove rib tattoos, we’ve got you a collection of the best rib tattoos we found on the internet. We bet you’ll think about getting one (or adding one if you have already) by the end of this list.

Small Tattoos

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Small Floral Tattoos

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Floral Tattoos

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Black and White Tattoos

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via tattooskid.com

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Tree Tattoos

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Watercolor Tattoos

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via tattoosbag.com

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tonobanquetes.com

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Fierce Tattoos

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www.uniqueideas.site

Statement Tattoos

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Rib Cage/Under Boob Tattoos

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Which of these rib tattoos is your favourite?

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This post is brought to you by KiwiCo We just got a Science and Technology subscription box for the kids to try out!

Who doesn’t love a subscription box?

The excitement of waiting for the delivery, the feeling of anticipation when opening the box and the element of surprise that comes with the reveal of the contents! There are literally thousands of subscription boxes on the market and there is one to suit everyone.

This month we were the lucky recipients of a KiwiCo crate. These crates are filled with supplies to complete a super cool project, to teach kids about STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and maths) in a fun and hands-on way.

There are six types of crates, each designed to suit a different age group, from 0 to 16+. The projects for the younger age groups use play-based activities to help build the foundation skills for learning. The projects for the middle age groups extend on these skills and encourage learners to innovate, discover and experiment.

Each project has been carefully thought out, designed and created in California and then rigorously tested by kids before they are sent out across the globe. Check it out!

Altas Crate – Ages 6-11 – Coming Soon!

We were sent two “Tinker Crates” (for ages 9+), which are focused on science and engineering. Absolutely perfect for our two boys, aged 9 and 11. The crates had all the supplies we needed to complete two projects – a hydraulic claw and a walking robot.  When we opened the crates, we found all the bits and pieces we needed to put together the project, along with very clear, illustrated instructions (they are written for the kids completing the project, so parents shouldn’t have too much trouble following along!).

We had an absolute ball completing the projects and watching them work. We could also jump online to watch video tutorials full of tips and tricks to complete each project. This was really helpful for one of my sons who is a very visual learner.  

Make a Walking Robot - Tinker Crate Project - YouTube

After playing with the claw and robot for a while, we read the enclosed magazine (the one is our boxes were called ‘Tinker Zine’) to learn even more about the crates’ themes. What’s great is that the magazines contain more experiments and activities, which meant that our learning could continue long after we completed the projects.

KiwiCo created their crates to inspire kids to become creators and engineers. Its mission is to provide the next generation of innovators with the tools and foundations to become creative problem-solvers and critical thinkers.

So, if you want fun, educational activities that you can do with your kids, conveniently delivered to your door each month, look no further than KiwiCo.

Our friends at KiwiCo are offering Stay at Home Mum readers 30% off the first month of any of the crates. Just click on the link below!

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Very Early Early Early Signs of Pregnancy Syptoms: How do you know you might be pregnant?

For some people it’s a blessing, for others it’s, well, an unexpected blessing. Either way, getting pregnant will completely change your life. Spotting some of the early signs can be the easiest way to get a fix on what’s happening with your body, and give you more time to plan for the end result.

Missing a period is the most common sign, but it’s not necessarily a sign of pregnancy. In fact, it can be a lot more confusing than that. For example, some women normally have irregular periods, so being a few days late isn’t something they tend to worry about. If you typically have light periods you may not even notice that anything’s different. On top of that, sometimes a woman will bleed slightly when they would usually have their period, which is caused when the embryo fuses with the lining of the womb.

Home Pregnancy Tests – How Good Are They?

Home pregnancy tests these days are usually accurate about 97% of the time and will show positive results anywhere from 10 days to two weeks of becoming pregnant. These tests measure a chemical called human chorionic gonadotropin, or HCG, which spikes in a woman’s urine when she’s pregnant. So if you see the second line, however faint, there is a good chance that yes indeed, you are pregnant.  However, unless you’re looking for other signs, you may not even think to take a pregnancy test until a month later when you miss your period. There are other early symptoms that you can look for in the meantime.

Once you become pregnant, your hormones are going to behave much differently than they normally would. The very first sign is usually tender breasts – your body knows you’re pregnant even if you don’t, and it’s going to begin building up the tissue that you’ll need to create milk.

Some other symptoms may include:
  • Feeling extra tired – Usually, women will be exhausted during the early stages of pregnancy as their body goes through so many changes.
  • Feeling sick – We’ve all heard about morning sickness, but it can actually happen at any time throughout the day. Usually, you won’t start feeling sick until at least 4 weeks after conception.
  • Feeling overly emotional – Those hormones can really play around with your emotions, so a lot of unexpected mood swings can be a trigger to buy a home pregnancy test.
  • Metallic or off taste in the mouth
  • Food tastes different
  • White or yellow vaginal discharge
  • Very sensitive to odours especially meat
  • Bloated feeling or feeling of fullness
  • Increased gas (farting – sad but true lol)
  • Increased urine output
  • Cravings
  • Lightheaded or dizziness

Overall, you can expect to have surges in mood throughout most of your pregnancy, and it’s also common to become concerned about your health. A lot of women just have general, vague feelings of worry, like something is different but they just can’t place it. That, more than anything, is usually what tips you off to the fact that there may be a little bun growing in your oven.

Other Potential Early Pregnancy Symptoms Include:
  • Burping or Reflux
  • Blood spots – also called an ‘implantation bleed’
  • Sudden Weeing when you laugh, sneeze or jump
  • Snoring, due to the extra production of mucus when you are pregnant
  • Runny Nose (see snoring!)
  • Vomit Burps
  • Increased vaginal discharge
  • Your Feet start to swell
  • You feel, well – different

If you even suspect that you may be pregnant, you should always start with a pregnancy test as soon as possible. If that reads positive, talk to your general practitioner or family doctor immediately and get in touch with an obstetrician or midwife to go in for a check-up.

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If you become concerned about your or anyone else’s health please seek immediate medical attention or go to our health hotlines and website post for further resources –  http://www.stayathomemum.com.au/my-kids/babies/important-hotlines-websites/ 

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Mince recipes are really the best in the world!

You can do almost anything with it and the results are always delicious! You can never go wrong with mince recipes — be it chicken, beef, pork, lamb. Not only is it frugal, it’s one type of recipe that the whole family will definitely love!

We’ve already got you 20 Cheap and Cheerful Mince Recipes, now we’ve got you 30 more! So enjoy these tasty and uber delicious mince recipes that will save you money.

1. Savoury Mince Recipe

First off, you have to have a great mince recipe you can use for a filling, on toast, on pie, on rice noodles, on rolls, and just about any mince recipe, and this Savoury Mince recipe is what you need. So yummm!!!

Get the recipe here!

2. Mince Wellington

Want your kids to eat veggies? Make a cross between a big sausage roll and a meatloaf, just like this Mince Wellington, and hide tons of veggies in it! Your kids won’t notice we promise!

Get the recipe here!

3. Slow Cooker Shepherds Pie

This is my family’s all-time favourite and I would like to share this with you all! So make one now, we swear your family will beg for more!

Get the recipe here!

4. Slow Cooker Beef Ragu

If you want something more hearty than the traditional bolognaise sauce, try this Slowcooker Beef Ragu that’s going to wow the whole family.

Get the recipe here!

5. Cheesy Mince-Stuffed Garlic Bread

Give your usual garlic bread the oomph with this Cheesy Mince-Stuffed Garlic Bread that you’ll definitely never get enough of.

Get the recipe here!

6. Mexican Cannelloni

This delightful Mexican recipe is just about what your family needs for a perfect dinner.

Get the recipe here!

7. Chicken San Choy Bau Recipe

Transform your leftover chicken mince into a yummy treat with this Chicken San Choy Bau recipe that’s also perfect with noodles.

Get the recipe here!

8. Slow Cooker Chicken Meatloaf

I’ve always loved meatloaves. It’s frugal, it’s delicious, so with this Slowcooker Chicke Meatloaf, what more can you ask for?

Get the recipe here!

9. Lamb & Rosemary Sausage Rolls

This tasty Lamb and Rrosemary Sausage Rolls are to die for. The lamb and rosemary is the perfect combination for a real sumptuous treat for your guests, the kids and the whole family.

Get the recipe here!

10. Chicken Rissoles

Not just beef, you can also make rissoles using chicken and it’s equally yummy. Try making one now!

Get the recipe here!

11. Turkey Bolognese Pasta Bake

Don’t you just love pasta bake recipes? It’s hearty, tasty, and oh-so-delicious just like this Turkey Bolognese Pasta Bake that’s definitely the bomb!

Get the recipe here!

12. Family Meat Pie

Meat pies just make the world go round for all of us. We literally can’t live without it! My eldest son loves this so much, we bet your kids will do too!

Get the recipe here!

13. Comforting Chicken Meatballs with Mushroom Gravy

Yep, so comforting…and yummy…and rich…and flavourful (especially with the mushroom gravy sauce). Can’t wait to have this one! Drool alert!

Get the recipe here!

14. Potato Gem Casserole

Kids love potato gems! And this delectable Potato Gem Casserole recipe could be the next best thing for them!

Get the recipe here!

15. Kid-Friendly Mini Chicken Poppers

A perfect finger food for parties, lunch or dinner dishes, these Kid-Friendly Mini Chicken Poppers will make your kids ask for more! With this, once they pop, they can’t stop!

Get the recipe here!

16. Hidden Veg Bolognese

If you’re getting tired of having to let your kids eat their veggies, this Hidden Veg Bolognese is the perfect way to make them enjoy their meal and they’ll never guess they’re actually eating veggies. Winning!

Get the recipe here!

17. Indian Rice Pilaf with Spiced Beef

Make your cold days warm…even hot…with this Indian Rice Pilaf with Spiced Beef that’s a fusion of lovely flavours that explodes with every bite! Ooohhh!

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18. Frugal Old-Fashioned Pastie Slab

Get all your winter veggies and sausage meat pastry in one beautiful dish with this Old-Fashioned Pastie Slab that your family can enjoy…and it’s super cheap and costs at only around $10! Seriously!

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19. Bacon Weave Meatloaf

Just by looking at the photo below, my mind is blown away! What more if you get a taste of this wonderful Mother of all Meatloaves — the Bacon Weave Meatloaf? Oh my…I want one now!

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20. Super Easy Lamb Kofta

If you have never made a lamb kofta before, try this Super Easy Lamb Kofta that’s not just simple, it’s also bursting with flavours!

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21. French Onion Soup Flavoured Rissoles

French Onion Soups are super delicious that if you put them into your rissoles, you’re in for a treat!

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22. Asian Chicken Meatballs

Meatballs are practically the loveliest way to use chicken mince, just like this Asian Chicken Meatballs that’s going to make the kids go wild (in a good way lol!)

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23. Mini Chicken & Capsicum Quiches

These super cute Mini Chicken and Capsicum Quiches are perfect for your kids’ lunches and are so easy to make at less than 30 minutes. And they’re really, really yummy!

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24. Pastry Free Beef Cheese Pie

If you love pies, but you’re watching what you eat, this Pastry Free Beef Cheese Pie is perfect for you. It has all the goodness of a pie without the pie! Meat, tomato sauce, mushrooms, veggies, and yes…cheese! Yummy!

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25. Beef n Bean Nachos

Do you and your kids want something extravagant for your afternoon snack? Try this Beef n Bean Nachos that’s so filling and hearty!

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26. Prosciutto Wrapped Chicken Fingers

You know how kids love everything tiny and bite-sized, something they can easily grasp, and of course, everything that’s tasty and yummy, right? Well, this Prosciutto Wrapped Chicken Fingers will be their go-to snack from now own.

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Catchy titles for a book is a way for bookworms to grab a copy.

But these kind of catchy might get readers to think twice about reading it, or be intrigued if it really means what it says in the title.

Perhaps, the authors of these books have no pun intended while writing the titles of their books nor were they thinking about the double meanings behind their titles, but still, they were book titles gone wrong.

Here are 27 totally inappropriate book titles that we found for you. We just didn’t know if these made it to the best-sellers’ list. Enjoy!

1. Really? Can you?

via penguin.com.au

2. Ohhh…in the military…I see…

via buzzfeed.com

3. It was a ‘mistake’…a ‘big mistake.’

via blazepress.com

4. So, dogs get worried about saying goodbye to that too?

via via seabreeze.com.au

5. And should it come in flavours too?

via buzzfeed.com

6. Kittens, I mean…

via buzzfeed.com

7. Reviews for this book say it ‘opens’ our minds to medical adventures. Let’s see then.

via pinterest

8. Do you really call it a ‘game’?

via pinterest

9. Real huge…cat!

via funnyjunk.com

10. With that woman on the cover, what exactly will you do? Just curious though.

via scoopwhoop.com

11. She’s just amazed, honey.

via justsomething.co

12. Don’t you ever get tired after 25 years?

via blazepress.com

13. And the farmer hates it…

via blazepress.com

14. When everyday cooking gets to your nerves…

via loldamn.com

15. Daddy’s got an idea…a scary idea.

via pinterest

16. Never, ever drink…and play.

via deathtoboredom.com

17. What’s more horrible than this?

via fooyoh.com

18. Just seeing the word ‘Kill’ is enough to scare you.

via keepbusy.net

Okay, so the following ones aren’t real – but a parody of the old style Little Golden Books: 19. N is for No.

via thechive.com

20. That’s one law-bending mum.

via girlsaskguys.com

21. When dogs talk about population control

via catholicmemes.com

22. Just pray.

via writersblockg.com

23. Don’t get too ‘hooked’ on this one.

via teamjimmyjoe.com

24. Will it be your pleasure?

via blazepress.com

25. Hope the baby doesn’t get ‘green-eyed’ when she’s older.

via ebay.com

26. Just Don’t!

via reddit.com

27. Not a good place and age to start it.

via picturelights.club

What book do you think had the most inappropriate title?

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