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  1. Lou

    So proud of you!! (not the stair incident) but your pieces – and Misty is going to get some serious fort- action this weekend 😉

  2. CheezyK

    “these webs change shape but never break” … so, so true. It must be rather fun to see your name in print like that 🙂

    Those are some delicious looking sneak peaks, look forward to reading what they’re all about.

  3. Appetite Affliction

    Totally loving the sneak peeks! Soooo sorry about your concussion – you poor thing! <3 <3

  4. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    I am loving your contributions as an Intern – I hope they keep you on and make you permanent!

    I am not, however, loving that you fell down the stairs again. Hannah! No! Perhaps you need to install a child safety rail? 😉 More seriously – please make the limit two and draw the line firmly there. Tread carefully xx

  5. Emma

    Oh Hannah, you need to be more careful! It is okay for me to fall down every day at my job, but that’s because it’s basically a requirement… you, on the other hand, need to cool it on those stairs (missy)!

    Look at you, using your recipes like that;) You sneaky genius!

  6. leaf (the indolent cook)

    Love your piece for Today’s Parent! It is so true. I’ll always be my parents’ baby… And take care of yourself, lady. No more accidents!

  7. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    OK we need to discuss forts at some stage young lady. Because I build a great fort in bed!

  8. Kath Lockett

    Please please please take care and LIVE DOWNSTAIRS for a while if you have to!

  9. whisperinggums

    Love your parent piece too Hannah … being a parent and a child, I can relate to it. And it’s a lovely feeling to have people need you and to need people too who you know will always be there caring.

    I love that you love the work.

  10. Johanna GGG

    Glad you are taking it easy and now being caught when you fall down the stairs – actually I once fell down the stairs when being a carer in a lifetime far far away but luckily I didn’t have concussion but it has made me more wary of stairs.

    Just got lost in the Today’s parent website – lots of good stuff – hope you got to play in every one of the forts – they are brilliant

  11. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    I am so very proud of you Hannah! You are killing it at your job!! Loved your pieces!

    I think I know what Sneak Peak #1 is and I have been meaning to try it out. Can’t wait to hear your thoughts!

  12. Ricki

    Hannah, you MUST tell your landlord to add a bannister!!! Honestly, I’m sure it’s against code. Sure.
    Love the Today’s Parent pieces! Congrats. 🙂

  13. Hotly Spiced

    I love that heart-shaped container with all those really yummy things. There are so many there I wouldn’t know which one to try first. And yes, it does take a while to recover from a concussion – take it easy! xx

  14. Theresa

    Aw, sad baby llama! Hugs to you!

  15. Sig @ Melbourne Maharani

    Hannah! Half-said worryingly and half-omg-i-can’t-believe-you-fell-again. I like the bubble wrap suit idea….keep safe little one.

    And yay – loving the posts you do – read the first piece and yes, I’ll always be my parent’s baby as well 🙂

  16. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Hannah, congratulations!! Not on fainting again, that is horrid, BOO, Hannah, BOO to the fainting Gods. I do not encourage that. But I am so thrilled about your writing piece, how fantastic! So well written, so to the point & punchy & personal & TRUE. No, we will never stop needing that. Ever. Love.
    Heidi xo

  17. msihua

    *SNIFF* My Angle Babe is all grown up and famous now!

  18. Camille

    I am so happy that you have found such a wonderful job, and that you are alive and well, and I hope that if you’re not already feeling better (I’m a little behind, but catching up), you will soon!

  19. Louise

    Intriguing sneak peeks- they all look so delicious, now to only find out of what.