How to get your Man a FREE Vasectomy.

Hey everyone.

There is nothing more scary in the world then an unplanned pregnancy, I should know – I’ve had 2 and I absolutely adore the children that they have become.   I knew we were at out maximum children capacity at 3 kids.
I also believe in being responsible for your body and taking steps to prevent having too many kids, the toll it can take on your body, your mental health and all aspects of your life is uh life changing.

I am not here to tell anyone what to do, I just want to share my opinion and give you the information that may allow you to point your husband or significant other in the direction of a FREE Vasectomy.

If you have just had a baby your midwife can refer you and your husband to your local clinic for FREE.
If not
Your GP can refer your husband to a local clinic and they will be able to take you through the requirements of having his very own cost FREE Vasectomy

Its scary but it ain’t that bad, just remind him of the pain of childbirth and it will make it seem like a walk in the park….the drugs they are given are pretty amazing too, my husband was slightly high on pain killers for 12 hours afterwards!

If you want to pay you can head here and pay $425   – I won’t lie though for our family the free aspect of it made it so much more enticing, although we would have had it done anyway.

Here is a more emo account of my decision to stop at 3 kids…

Hidden Figures Movie Review

Hidden Figures Movie Review

Hidden Figures is based on the true story of three brilliant African-American women who worked at NASA in the 1950s and ’60s as “human computers” — making calculations and contributions that helped launch the manned spaceflight program.
Dorothy Vaughn (Octavia Spencer), Mary Jackson (Janelle Monáe), and Katherine Johnson (Taraji P. Henson) were engineers and computers at NASA at a time when both women and African Americans were still discriminated against,
There’s a little bit of romance (a few kisses, flirty comments, and slow dancing)

The film also offers a realistic look at the racial tensions of the Civil Rights era (segregated bathrooms, libraries, schools, facilities), and audiences will learn a lot about these pioneering women and what they had to overcome to make their mark at NASA. They’re excellent role models, and their story is full of positive messages and themes, including integrity, perseverance, teamwork, and communication.

The friendship between the three leads is the heart of the story, but the action favors Katherine, who’s working directly with the team that launches Glenn into orbit. Her extraordinary abilities as a mathematician earn her Al Harrison’s trust, top-secret clearance, and a chance to be there when key decisions are made. Audiences may wonder what was fictionalized for the adaptation and whether Glenn was really as open-minded, gracious, and flirtatious as he’s portrayed in the movie. Regardless of which details might be the result of a little creative license, the pre-credits tribute picturing the real Johnson, Vaughan, and Jackson make it clear that Hidden Figures is a story that needed to be told — and it’s told in a triumphant manner.

I could have watched these ladies on the big screen all day.

Run Time –  2hrs 7mins
Opens –  26 January 2016

 

 

First Friday Favs of 2017

Happy 2017 Mamas! It is my favorite day of the week! I’m pretty excited that it’s Friday, and I have a feeling that most of you are too.

I have officially survived another week of school holidays with my kids, Jacob went back to daycare on Monday and Paul headed back to work, we seem to be managing ok FOR NOW.   I requested that we have a long weekend next weekend, but who knows what the week will bring.

I have to confess I have been obsessed with jewellery and affirmations lately so here are 2 of my favs!

Fav jewellery find here

Fav Friday feeling

 

 

What are your weekend plans?

Let me know in the comments. And I hope you all have a lovely weekend.

Welcome to Friday Favorites.
This is a linky collaboration which we have started in hope that it will help all of us “haven’t got time to read blogs any more” people to read a few more blogs – submit the best post of the week as chosen by the author.

friday favsSoooo… get your roller skates on and pop in on Friday evenings at 8pm to link up your BEST, VERY BEST, MOST AWESOMEST, MOST IMPORTANTEST, GOODEST POSSIBLE (or perhaps your only ha) post of the past week.
THANK YOU for joining us here for the Friday Favorites list.

Your hosts are  Lisasaurus, and  Happy Mum Happy Child

To join in on this party simply link up your favorite post and visit a few other bloggers for a read and a chat. A link back here on your post is appreciated.

  1. Find a post you’ve loved this week
  2. Copy the link, and then click on the ADD YOUR LINK button, which is below.
  3. Simply follow the instructions and post the link.  TOO EASY!

Any giveaways will be deleted :-) and the link must point to a blog post not just your blog

Submissions open 7am Friday!!


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