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Chickenruby raising teens abroad


Directory > Africa > South AfricaJohannesburg
Life with 2 teens in South Africa
Http://www.chickenruby.com
Blog language: English
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Chickenruby

UK British UK British expat living in Johannesburg

  • Gender: Female
  • Birthday: 26-06-71
  • Move: United Kingdom  South Africa
  • Interest: Life in South Africa
  • About me: I used to own a chicken called Ruby, hence my name. I'm married with 5 children. 3 are mine, 2 my husbands. We moved to SA 2011 for my hubbies job taking the 2 youngest boys with us now aged 13 & 17. My blog is about raising teens in a foreign country and the daily struggles we face adjusting to our new lives. I'm an ex teacher with a background in special needs and autism and was a child welfare officer with The FA. I'm now an enforced SAHM trying to reinvent myself.

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  •  #MySundayPhoto-Whale Watching in the Indian Ocean
    Whale Watching from a beach launch and a landing at 75km, an amazing day, we followed these 2 hump back whales and their baby for 2 miles up the coast towards Mozambique. ...
  •  Life is all about change
    We know there will be changes to our lives, marriages, births, new job, new home and we plan with excitement, it also stresses us out a little, the fear of the unknown and the what ifs. Sometimes changes can be small, others can be huge, some are done willingly, and some are forced upon us. ...
  •  Teenagers on Holiday
    My 15 year flew in from the UK last week for his school summer holidays, it was a 12 hour flight. He arrived in winter and shivered for 3 days, although the positive side of this was he was in bed by 7pm watching his TV. I then stuck him on a train to Cape Town for 28 hours. On the secon...
  •  Cape Town to Hermanus
    Cape Town to Hermanus First stop was a short walk to collect the car rental and then a long wait for the teenager to get ready and we set off in the direction of Hermanus, making numerous stops along the way for photographs, snacks and toilet stops. Hoping to see Penguins and Whales. ...
  •  Signs your child is drinking and how to empower them to say NO.
    Peer pressure is one of the biggest reasons kids drink. Adverts in the media show young adults, drinking alcohol and having fun, being grown up. TV adverts glamourize alcohol and the message of ?enjoy responsibly? is rarely taken in as a warning, more of a slogan. There are many reasons as to ...

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