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We are the Pomario Family and we used to live in Johannesburg, South Africa. On the 10 July 2009 at 8.05 our little family grew to 3 when our precious daughter Natalia was born. We were blessed that she had chosen us to be her parents and we were privileged to have her in our lives. We believe she is here to teach us many lessons and give us plenty of joy. We relocated to Australia in April 2011. These are our stories……

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Sunday, September 25, 2011

Weekend Happenings

Surprise surprise I woke up yesterday morning to breakfast in bed. Seems Natalia and Daddy were hard at work will I was still in lala land. Wow, I could happily wake up to this every morning if it were possible...

Pour the milk in the cereal

make the tea

pick a beautiful flower for mommy

fabulous breakfast spread

wakey wakey mommy

And then later that morning before Natalia's usual swimming lesson we stopped off at a park closeby to let her run around to kill some time.

Today we joined Lynda for her 30th birthday picnic. We all met by pure chance and she and her husband have become great friends here in Australia, far away from our families and familiarity of South Africa. They have a almost 2 year old daughter so we are in the same head-space when it comes to kiddies and we all get along great.

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Sunday Cycle To The City

We aim to go for a family cycle every Sunday and today we decided to follow the Torrens River into the city and back. It was a 15km cycle and took about 80 minutes. Its such a beautiful route along the river and we see ducks and swans and other people and families doing their own Sunday activities. After about 90 minutes Natalia starts to get bored and niggly on the back of the bike so for that reason only we dont go for much longer.

Beautiful black swans

The Torrens River into the city

Too cute

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Our First Summery Day

We were excited to welcome our first summery day in Adelaide. It's been a cold wet winter which we are not used to. But we know we are in for our first 'vrek' hot summer too. With normal temps in Adelaide reaching between 34-38deg and highs of 40-45deg is not unheard of and I am shaking in my boots. This I am NOT looking forward too, whew!!!

Helping daddy make breakfast

Sharing a joke with daddy

Gorgeous girl
Making a cuppa tea

Care for some milk ?

Watering the garden is hard work

Sunday, September 11, 2011

A Day In Hahndorf

We decided to go to Hahndorf in the Adelaide Hills this morning; it was the first German settlement in Australia. We walked around looking at the shops and then went for a traditional German lunch. Such a lovely little town. Just wish we could spend more time there and see more of what it has to offer.

Leaving the house

In Hahndorf running around

Running around with daddy


Stopping to smell the flowers

Care to Tango

And the dip

Rain rain go away


so she likes to pole-dance

Jumping off the step for the 20th time

We could have spent the whole day doing this

Daddy joining in

Pooped and catching a ride

Hahndorf Inn for the best German food......mmmm