. by MARY GELLATLY I have a fat baby. Go back a generation and this fact would be a reason for celebration. A fat baby was considered a healthy baby, a baby who had a bit of padding “to fall back on” in the event of sickness. A fat baby would give his/her mummy cause to breathe a sigh of relief that her little boy/girl was not likely to be sickly or a struggler. Today? Not so much. My baby is “obese” in the words of one. “A monster!” proclaimed another. “He likes his tucker” comments the 3563rd complete stranger in... more
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Mary is a 28 year old Brisbane girl who has played and taught her musical way through the last 10 years on the harp and piano, collecting a degree from the QLD Conservatorium along the way. These days she is mum to 3 year old boy-girl twins who are currently attempting to play the harmonica, harp and bugle whilst their rather large baby brother seems to have adopted her other great interest in life – a love of good food! She have an obsession with celebrity chefs and a hopeless compulsion to buy food magazines. Currently she is working on recipes in the hope of one day publishing a cookery book.