Krazy Kool Khloe launches Kardashian Kids in Sydney














 Unicorns, fairies, face painting, carousels, pastels, pops of draping balloons and the most amazing food display I’ve ever seen!! We were so lucky to have been invited to the Kardashian Kids launch in Sydney yesterday! And on the most beautiful Winters day at The Watsons bay Boutique hotel.  The kids were immediately drawn to the pink milkshakes on arrival and hid under the unicorn tent with their treats! Once they settled in to some painting and craft with the fairies I grabbed a drink and a pretty canapé and took the opportunity to chat with the many IG faces I spotted across the room. After about 1/2 hr Khloe was introduced and was so graceful and sweet amongst the chaos of so many people wanting  photos with her.  She mingled with us and was so lovely to the kiddies, even bending down to have a pic with little Sage! 

Was truly an amazing set up of magic, colours and excitement! My picks of the day were the coconuts pimped out with fruit/ doughnuts and chocolate sprinkles….  Amazing pink and leafy balloon display on the ceiling, pastel pretty display of the new range of kids clothing  and of course meeting Khloe herself ✔️  We left on a high with faces painted, tummies full of sugar and goodie bags with Kardashian Kids caps, drink bottles and clothing lookbooks.

One to stay in the memory books for a long time!

I’m now thinking that maybe the name Kingston was inspired by the many Keeping up with the Kardashians episodes I watched whilst pregnant! 

See K and I in Daily Telegraph article here

Kingston wears alpha basics and Sage wears Kardashian kids skirt, Country Road jacket and boots and Bella and Lace beanie.

Kardashian kids now available through Big W Australia.
Big thanks to Tailormaid communications for putting on such an amazing day!!

Flourishing Minds with Play

Looking for a creative outlet for children’s imagination and development? Look no further than Flourishing Minds Collective! Themed craft play for the kiddies such as a fruit and veg market, icecream parlour, taqueria and more 🍓🍏🌽 The boxes come with everything you need to create the ‘store’ and also come with learning outcomes based on developmental psychology for children aged 2-5 years. We had so much fun with our market stall! We coloured in the fruit pics and made our own veg in 3d with toilet rolls, paper, wool etc for our stall. We used the pretend money and calculator to shop and Sagey packed her own shopping basket! So sweet! Great for family play, cooperation and practical life skills… Oh and what a great school holiday activity!! Love it! Check out Flourishing Minds Collective for more info –

Hooray for one Fine Baby

Lots of colour, cakes and cutie pies at One Fine Baby’s first birthday celebration in conjunction with Hooray Mag!  The Coogee Pavilion was the perfect Oasis for a fun and cozy party on a horrible winters day. The amazing display of cakes, cookies, cupcakes and treats was the main attraction for the kiddies (and for me) but the best part was having nannies floating around to play with the kids so the adults could mingle over tea, coffee or some Bircher and bagels.  I met up with lots of familiar Instagram faces and talented people who are always inspiring to chat with.   We left the party with faces painted and goodie bags full of craft, pencils, stickers and cookies! So fun! And as you can see little Kingston was pooped! Check out Hooray Mag in stores now to see more!  

Princess Sage’s Pamper Party

Very excited princesses at Sage’s Pamper party! The cutest little salon in Gymea Bay hosting dream parties for minis. Queen Elsa danced with the girls as they had foot baths, hair braided, manis and pedis, makeup and lots of fun! The mums and guests had afternoon tea in a little outdoor area downstairs whilst the girls played girls! We than sang happy birthday to Sage with her amazing castle cake and little goodie bags were handed out to fill with yummy Lollies and bracelets. Truly a little girls dream party!

Mollymook + my man

A very rare occurrence! Husband and I had a night kid free…and it was heavenly!! A quiet little bakery lunch at Kangaroo valley on the way to Mollymook. We arrived at Bannisters and quickly settled in to the calm seaside atmosphere. 

Our ocean view room (with an outdoor spa on the balcony) was lovely and arriving at sunset bliss!! We endulged in a cheeky Caprioska + salt and pepper squid at the pool bar before dining at Rick Steins taste sensation restaurant! A stunning seafood menu to die for! Finishing off with a vanilla panna cotta with berries and meringue!

Waking up to the sound of the ocean was so lovely! We took our time getting ready and enjoyed a yummy buffet breakfast back down at the restaurant…Bircher muesli and yoghurt, fresh fruit, toast, coffee and great hot food selection too. We then took a quick trip to Milton for a shop in the quaint town and found some great design and antique stores. My fave was called Annie & Sandy, think Blacklist prints, gorgeous candles, concrete lamps, side tables, marble cheese boards etc…beautiful! Another coffee and fresh juice at Pilgrims before heading back to Bannisters for our Winter special Steam + hot stone massage… nice for husband and I to have some time to ourselves! Highly recommended for a recharge romantic weekend away x b