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Muesli with plain dou­ble cream yo­ghurt with fruit chopped up. Cin­na­mon and honey sprin­kled on top.


Ei­ther home­made bread with but­ter, let­tuce, cheese and tomato or just but­ter and honey

Green salad with cheese.


Home­made chicken pie with rice and veg­eta­bles or cot­tage pie and veg­eta­bles or meat­balls and veg­eta­bles and rice. We do not eat a lot of meat and there are usu­ally more veg­eta­bles to bulk up the food. I cook fresh home­made meals and my kids help me cook. For dessert we have a sea­sonal fruit – ei­ther cut up ap­ples, melon or grapes.

On a Fri­day night we have Shab­bat din­ner – a three course meal with bread and red wine (just a tiny sip for me) and then what­ever meal the kids have cooked from the coun­try I taught them about that week (for home school­ing). We then have a spe­cial dessert like le­mon meringue or ice cream or some­thing from the coun­try we learnt about.


Dried or fresh fruit. Nuts.


A cup of cof­fee with sugar and full cream milk.

Sparkling spring wa­ter with lots of ice and a slice of fresh lime through­out the day.

A cup of Earl Grey tea.


I have used dif­fer­ent sup­ple­ments at dif­fer­ent stages of my preg­nancy (in­clud­ing folic acid and Chela-Preg, Mum Omega and cal­cium).


I run around af­ter my other four chil­dren and I go swimming at least once a week.

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