There are some changes happening in these parts!
As many of you know, last year my husband’s job forced us back to Australia and running the site has proved quite challenging at times from afar.
Kiwi Mummy Blogs continues to grow really fast and it’s potential is huge. We are quickly heading towards 600 Kiwi Mummy blogs on the site! wow!
In order for the site to be productive and work to capacity I needed some help… and these two lovely ladies offered.
Let me introduce
Hi, I’m Cat.
I’m part of the team here at KMB
I am wife to Mr B since 1999, Mum to son Philosopher (deep thinking sensitive) since 2005 and daughter Tsunami (high spirited fun loving) since 2008.
You will find us living in a traditional suburban 1950’s Kiwi Bungalow on a 1/4 acre (its actually only 800sq mtrs) section in green Waitakere, Auckland, NZ
My favourite things in life are celebrating the simple pleasures:
Hugging and kissing my kids,
Date nights with Mr B,
Sewing, Crochet, Knitting – I’m bi-stitchual
Cups of tea in pretty china,
Coffee at Cafes with friends,
Giving to others,
Pottering in my garden,
Playing in the puddles,
Searching for rainbows,
Living life by making lots of mistakes but having no regrets.
You can find me www.catalinanz.blogspot.co.nz
I am an imperfect mother to three energetic kids.
I’m an addicted blogger, an avid reader and an obsessive party planner.
My blog is called Greatfun4kids – “finding fun on the rollerocaster of life”.
I love to share my party ideas and how to’s on my blog, along with blogging tips, freebies and printables. I like to keep things real, so along with the fun ideas you’ll find I share my parenting journey and also how I’m finding my way out of the deep dark woods of Depression and Anxiety.
Through blogging I have rediscovered a love of writing and now contribute regularly to Parenting Magazine and have written a kids Christmas Book (click here!). I also have a little sideline Etsy shop, GreatfunDesign, selling my personalised party invitations.
I live with my noisy kids, nutty husband our female cat “Dave” in a comfortable colourful 1920’s bungalow in Mt Albert, Auckland.