Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Blogging Holiday

Sorry there havent been any postings for some time. I have been trying to get everything done before the baby arrives (due next week). I have been keeping up with my TWD baking, but havent got round to posting yet. Please be patient with me over the next few weeks as my life changes!! I promise to keep posting, but I can't promise to be as regular as I was once was :0)

I will post a TWD catch up either later today or tomorrow

Tammy :0)

25 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good luck darling - will be thinking of you - you are due at the same time as my s.i.l. from Dunsandel! xxx Lynley

Helen said...

Hi Tammy, I've been following your blog for ages, in fact it was one of the first I added to my favourites list! I hope everything goes well with your baby. I think you are allowed time off from blogging! Good Luck xx

Anonymous said...

Good luck Tammy. I look forward to hearing all about your new addition. Our d.i.l had a baby girl on Monday morning, our 3rd grandchild but 1st granddaugher. I do love my role as step nana.
Bev

Greymuppett (Rae) said...

Hi Tammy

I would love you join your blog. I can't find a follow button?? Love your recipes and plan on buying your book. (I think it was your book advertised on tv.....)
Cheers Rae

Anonymous said...

I have avidly followed your blog and send you all best wishes for the imminent arrival of your wee one.Look forward to maybe seeing a pic if you decide to post one.

Now,get some rest !!

jillbert said...

Wow, next week! Good luck with everything and enjoy every minute with your new baby!

Monique said...

hi Tammy. I hope you are ok and wish you luck in labour. I wanted to let you know that the tan slice recipes are a big succes here in Holland. Monique

Cakelaw said...

Oh wow, how exciting! I am so happy for you and your husband - the count down is on! Best wishes, Gaye

Anonymous said...

Hi Tammy Best of Luck for the new addition, take care and enjoy the whole new experience. Have enjoyed your blogg tremendously expecially the recipes and photos. xxx

Anna said...

Hey Tammy-congratulations and enjoy the adventure! Hope you will still have time to share these wonderful baking blogs-its a definite keeper!! xo Anna

Anna said...

Hey Tammy
Congratulations on your next adventure! I hope you'll still have time to share these wonderful baking blogs! A definite keeper! Best wishes-xo Anna

21st century student said...

I'm so excited for you, hope you have a wonderful time with the new little joy in your life (^^)

Anonymous said...

I'm sure I'm not the only one wondering if you have had the baby by now,given the promised update has not happened ....soooo exciting !!

Melanie said...

Hi Tammy,

I am a huge fan of your blog, I my internet brower set so that your blog page opens everytime I go online!

I love the effort that you put into your blog! you are a fantastic cook!! You are a real inspiration! You inspired me to start baking again last year :)

Best of wishes to your and your husband for the arrival of your baby :)

Next year if you can find the time you must try out for Masterchef NZ ;)

Morven said...

Thinking of you. Can't wait to see your next update.

Anonymous said...

Hi Tammy, I think of you often in this heat & I would love to phone you but I know how busy you get. I had 2 children in January & it wasn't fun. All the best & hope to hear good news soon. Hugs Lyn V

The Food Librarian said...

Tammy, I hope everything is going well! We all can't wait to see photos. Take care, mary the food librarian

Helen B. said...

Congratulations to both you Tammy and Kerry, on the birth of wee Harry. We look forward to updates on the new wee man in your life. Enjoy the precious moments but take sleep when he sleeps especially in these early days. Take care

Helen Bell.

Katrina said...

Hi Tammy, I've been thinking of you and wondering if you have had your baby yet? I know it will be life changing for you but hope you can find the time to blog occassionally as I love your recipes and fabulous photos.
Good Luck
Katrina

TeaLady said...

Exciting time. Wish all great things.

Zeetra said...

Hi Tammy,

How are you doing? I hope everything is going well for you all.

How is Harry, I bet he is a cutie,I cant wait to hear all about him and your new life as a mum.

Take care

Zeetra

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