Mommy Blogger Meetup (Jhb)

On Saturday (28 February) I was excited to attend my very first Mommy Blogger Meetup it was held at a lovely venue inside the Free Range Lifestyle Centre, called the Olive Branch Cooking School,  in Fourways.

It was a lovely day of meeting fellow bloggers and interacting with some amazing brands, sponsored the event; it was hosted by 2 amazing bloggers Heather Step blog: One step at a time and Laura Le Roux from the blog Harassed Mom.  The bloggers who attended were all women juggling many demands children, careers, home management, educating their children and changes to their lives while at the same time still all sharing a little bit of themselves with the world through their blogs.  I certainly have new blogs that I will be following from now on.

Another high light of the session was the goodie bags, was these amazing Goodie Bags with stationary sponsored by Gumtree, who knew they did strationery

Besides the opportunity to meet interesting bloggers, there was also the chance to listen to some great speakers on nutrition and to go through a cooking demonstration on easy to make meals that you can do with your children given Margy Vally of The Olive Branch Cookery School

It certainly was a great event and I am looking forward to the next one in April.





Thanks to the following sponsors for the amazing goodie bags

  • Gumtree for the stationery, who knew they made stationery
  • The ladies from Nuk demonstrates the versatility of their products, and shared with us their new Food Pots
  • Great salad dressing from Lot restaurant
  • Baked goodies courtesy of Not bread alone, I also brought a freshly made loaf of bread from there just before I left to go home and the service was amazing, pop in next time you are in the area
  • Coffee from Fresh Culture Craft Coffee Roastery – we haven’t tried it we are saving it for a special occasion
  • Babymoov – Heat Sensitive baby feeding spoon
  • Wine in a plastic bottle (baby proof) from Tangle Tree
  • We also met 2 ladies from an amazing initiative called Sunglasses-at-Schools, who aims to include kiddy proof sunglasses to protect children’s eye while still young, ran by OV Optics

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  • Reply catjuggles

    Was great meeting you there

    March 16, 2015 at 9:43 am
    • Reply lindiwem

      You too see you aoon

      March 16, 2015 at 9:04 pm
      • Reply Marilee

        Free info like this is an apple from the tree of knleowdge. Sinful?

        March 29, 2016 at 5:18 pm

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