Posts Tagged ‘parenting’

Mums and Baby Group. Build your Tribe

Build Your Tribe

Peers have an inordinate influence on us. Motivational speaker Jim Rohn famously said that we’re the average of the five people we spend the most time with. If you look at these five people from your life, chances are that you’re very like them in terms of interests, attitudes, or even income. Or, looking at kids – their […] Read more…

Back to School Article

Back to School (Not the children, YOU!)

For some of us, having children is a carefully thought out process, precisely timed to fit with what we deemed the perfect stage of our lives, for others a complete surprise and deviation from ‘the plan’. Motherhood is very rewarding – but also time-consuming, meaning that many women put parts of their own lives on […] Read more…

it takes a village to raise a child

Why Feeding our Children IS Important

There is an old saying that since becoming a parent I understand what it means…”It takes a village to raise a child”.  Being a parent is damn hard, the choices we make not only effect ourselves but our children too.  Some parents struggle with that. That doesn’t mean the child has to suffer. Rt Hon John […] Read more…

Bonding with your Baby: Tisa’s Story

In 2010 I had a very easy pregnancy and relatively easy, normal birth. No drugs, no intervention and skin to skin contact the moment she came out, breastfeeding within a few minutes. I remember when she finally came out and thinking thank god that’s over. Then I turned around and there was my daughter! I think I […] Read more…

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