This post is all about this adorable and cute toddler. Zach knows how to work it even when he doesn’t mean to and instead of me waffling on and boring you guys to sleep, I thought, hey, why not give you guys some inspiration on dressing up lil tots!
Teddy And Me
Cutiepies! Wear a matching patterned shirt with smart cotton trousers and he’ll be the prince of the castle. Oh, don’t forget his adorable accessory, his one and only teddy!
Cute Tots! They are one of a kind, except all tots love to play in the grass with beautiful daffodils, don’t they? Pair a onesie or dungaree with a colourful jumper and you’r bound to sparkle like the sun.
Vroom Vroom – Checkmate!
OK so babies are not matured enough to play chess, but they can still have an amazing time riding along in the car with their mums and dads. Dress your tot in an open buttoned check shirt with cotton trousers and you’re good to go.
Hey guys and dolls,
I have compiled 5 superfoods that will make you feel and look good. Hope you enjoy reading.
Did you know all berries are a great source of fibre and one that is important for a healthy digestive system? The best thing about fibre, is that it may help to promote weight loss.
Protein; eggs might give your meal more staying power too. A recent study found that when people ate a scrambled-egg-and-toast breakfast, they felt more satisfied and ate less during lunchtime, compared to if they had a bagel that contained the same amount of calories.
Beans are a good plant-based source of iron a mineral that transports oxygen from your lungs to the cells in your body. I love baked and black eyed beans.
Nuts provide sources of heart- healthy unsaturated fats. Walnuts and Cashew nuts are two of my favourites.
Studies have shown if you drink tea regularly, you may be able to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s, diabetes and some cancers. Wow I didn’t even realise tea had all those benefits. Well on that note tea anyone?
A quote I came across a while ago – can’t remember which source it was from but it really made me think;
When someone wrongs you, you want them to experience the maximum penalty, but when you wrong someone, you want forgiveness and understanding.
This, I feel is very true in most cases. Often if someone steps on our toes, we want them to feel the same pain. The actual truth is that nobody is perfect and we will inevitably hurt others intentionally and unintentionally. The best way to deal with this is to let go of what you cannot change, because after all, rewinding back time hasn’t been invented yet (and probably will never be). It’s easier said than done (trust me, I know), but you’ll get the hang of it with time. Besides, holding grudges is like drinking poison and expecting someone else to die, yikes!
“Be kind to one another, tender hearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you”. Ephesians 4:32.
“With revelation comes responsibility”
Spending time with God is time well spent.
What are you consciously doing to ensure that you are being spiritually fed. I know for me, I once thought going to church on a Sunday was the be all and end all, till I realised that wasn’t enough.
I mean I had to do the math, 7 days in a week, one day dedicated to God, and I thought that’s it, that’s my job done spirituality, God was I wrong. It was only until one day I was clicking through the channels and happened to come across a Christian channel called Daystar, and I thought oh wow they have Christian TV I know right SMH also. What intrigued me was a show called Joni table talk and the conversation they were having. It was so interesting to me that it demanded my whole attention and left me wanting more.
Just to give a brief description. Joni table talk is a Christian talk show, and they discuss everyday matters from a Christian perspective. It was a real eye opener. I suddenly began to find all the answers to questions I have been wanting to ask, but never felt confident to speak to the pastor about.
I decided to see what other programmes Daystar provided and to my delight I stumbled upon Marcus and Joni, which is another programme and you get to see inspirational pastors and leaders who are of God, and you get to hear about all that they are doing for the Kingdom of God.
They have “Reflections” which provides stunning nature images with instrumental versions of Christian music at the back, this gives the opportunity to mediate on God’s word. I suddenly found myself spending time with God on the weekdays and even on Saturdays. I can honestly say it’s changed my life and I now feel much closer to God than ever before.
I tell you, Keeping Up With The Kardashians could not satisfy this hole that had just been filled within minutes. So I will ask this question again, “are you being spiritually fed?” And don’t get me wrong, I love keeping up with the Kardashians, but I can’t get filled with happiness and inner peace that comes from God, through watching it.
“Prosperity is a way of living and thinking and not just money or things. Poverty is a way of living and thinking, and not just the lack of money or things” – Eric Butterworth (I first heard this quote from the UCKG). I’ve noticed this for myself. Not long ago I started thinking and observing how the rich are and how the poor are. I mean, talking to certain people and then observing others I inspire to be like. I noticed that the ‘rich’ are positive, they have ‘can do’ attitudes and they don’t let things or people get in their way. If someone tells them it can’t be done – they’ll prove to them that it can. These people are doers – they have vision, ideas and they act. Whereas others wait on people to bless them, always asking for help and never really believe they can do things for themselves. They are huge procrastinators and love the word, ‘tomorrow’. Unfortunately, tomorrow never comes and as I’m sure you know, someday isn’t actually a day. Basically, you can acquire, achieve and conquer anything you set your mind to – as cliche as this sounds, it’s true. Don’t forget to always act!