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Mangoes and lychees, direct from Nonno's farm to the mouth of babe. When it's only 7am and already 28 degrees, there's really no other choice for breakfast.

22 comments :

  1. Oh yummo and you lucky thing getting it straight from the farm:) It sounds like the perfect brekkie to me. Gee it sounds sooo hot there. It's overcast weather here at the moment, not summery at all. Keep cool. xx

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  2. We could use some of that heat in Sydney. It's so cold it feels wrong to be eating a mango!! x

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  3. wow, it is so chilly here in sydney! i'm a bit jealous, mostly of your mangos and lychees :)

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  4. How DELICIOUS. I used to make a mean lychee cocktail, back in the day. Although for the life of me, I can't remember I can't recall the recipe now. Pretty sure it had mint. It should have, anyway. Anything with mint tastes better. Could be a fun christmas day cocktail for you far northerns anyway? Kellie xx

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  5. Same as Maxabella, very cold mornings in Melbourne too! She is just the sweetest thing - I love the hair! How does she go in the heat? I guess she knows no different? The pool pics are just adorable. My littlest is one month younger than Lalie, we are headed to my parents on gold coast in Jan for a few weeks and cannot wait to get him back in the pool. His big sis and bro are little fish too x

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  6. She is so adorable! Nudie rudie is the only way to eat juicy, messy mangoes! Yum, yum!
    Bek xx

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  7. She looks like she is thoroughly enjoying her eats :)

    x

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  8. Gorgeous! And that fruit looks pretty good too. 28 at 7am and here I am in long sleeves! Lalie has a Nonno too? Ours have a Nonna and Nonno also (Daniel is 2nd generation Italian). Have a lovely weekend Claire xo

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  9. You have no idea how much you make me want to move to Queensland Claire! xx

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  10. I suppose you know to freeze mangoes too, brilliant in the tropics for teething. I miss the wonderful life in the top end of Australia, we're clutching to how we lived up there, down here in Canberra, where the weather is bonkers right now. Enjoy those family grown mangoes, love Posie

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  11. Sounds heavenly. I've actually never had a lychee before, but my daughter and I looove mangoes. Now, if only we could get the tropical weather to match. Topless season is still a ways away. Have a great weekend!

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  12. The fruit sounds yummy & the warmth blissful... It's just started snowing here and I'm bloody freezing! Xx

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  13. YUM! I'm with the other Sydney peeps, send some of that warmth our way please? It's hideous here!

    xx

    ps. Love Lalie's little foot in the second last pic.

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  14. Hi there- I love your blog and did a wee post about that fab blanket you scored recently. Hope that is ok. I linked back to you. Very best wishes from Scotland.

    http://bindsyoutome.blogspot.com/2011/12/wee-bit-of-warmth.html, Jo xx

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  15. gorgeous claire and certainly food my 5 & 8yr olds adore. have a wonderful silly season & thank you for such gorgeous posts to keep me so inspired. u r very clever! dayle

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  16. Oh look at your gorgeous tropical baby! Enjoy your mango Lalie, slippery little sucker that it is xx

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  17. everything about those pics is so cheerfully tropical....you have such a lovely way of capturing your everyday life. i'm feeling the warmth. x

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