Real Mama Club Event Alert! Join the Ultimate Parenting Journey

Hello, there, amazing mamas and soon-to-be mamas! Are you ready for an incredible day filled with knowledge, support, and a chance to connect with fellow moms? Look no further than the annual Real Mama Club events, brought to you by Babies R Us in partnership with Parent Sense. Mark your calendars for October 6th at the AHA Gateway Hotel, where an enriching and empowering day awaits! This event…
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6 Reasons why taking your kids to the library is an absolute must

Today, I want to chat about a magical place that holds endless opportunities for learning, imagination, and bonding time with your little ones – the library! As a homeschooling mom, I’ve come to appreciate the many benefits of incorporating library visits into our educational journey – the invaluable resource that goes far beyond just borrowing books. If you have not visited…
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When It Comes To Pain And Fever Care With Your Infant This Winter, Accurate Dosage Is Key

When caring for your infant’s health, accuracy is crucial. This is particularly true when it comes to administering medication for pain and fever relief. Parents want to be confident this Winter, that they are providing their little ones with the proper amount of medication, without the risk of under or over-dosing.1 That’s where the easy dosage control dropper that comes with…
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Review: Delicious Monsters, The Biggie Beanbag | Wheat Bix

Disclaimer: Delicious Monsters sent me this product (The Biggie Beanbag ) for free in exchange for an honest review. This review is based on my honest opinion of the product. Product: The Biggie Beanbag | Wheat Bix Price: R 1,480.00 Ages: 4 – 10 years Manufacturer’s Description: Machine washable cover. 78cm depth x 70cm height x 70cm width. The Wheat Bix range is a linen…
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BACK-TO-SCHOOL: Tips To Build Your Child's Immunity

How can you protect your child from back-to-school germs? Some healthy habits can serve as an immune booster for kids, helping them fight off pathogens more effectively and recover faster. Here are four healthy habits to help boost your child’s immune system. 1. Encourage a healthy diet: Children should consume a variety of foods daily from the five major food groups: vegetables…
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Did you know? You can probably tell just by looking at your little one if she/he has a stuffy nose, but it can be harder to spot a sore throat. An infection of the throat (pharynx) or tonsils may often cause pain, headache, and fever in children.1 Panado® Paediatric 5 ml Syrup, Peppermint Sachets, contain paracetamol, which helps manage fever and mild-to-moderate pain in infants and…
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An Open Letter To The Anxious Mama

Dear Mama I get it. I feel it too, sometimes Motherhood is hard Motherhood can be lonely Admitting this fact does not make you or me a bad mom; neither does it mean you’re not grateful to be a mom. It does not mean you don’t love your children. It is a fact, Motherhood is hard. Just when you thought you had figured it all out, a different stage hit you, and you are on your…
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3 Thing To Free Yourself From As A Mom

Who you are behind closed doors matters more mama This other day the kids and I went to the library, got some books and later on we went to the library park to play, I thought to steal a moment to myself while occasionally glancing at them. I received a call from my sister, while chatting to her I noticed glances from pass by and I translated that as “they probably think I’m a bad mom…
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When to start potty training?

Unpopular opinion; Start when you and your child are ready. Hear me out. Potty training is not all about your baby, you need to be ready and onboard as much as they do. Potty training like other milestones and developmental changes, I believe need the parent and child to both be ready for it to successfully happen. I remember with my first, I had all that I thought I’d need to start…
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Parenting With Grace Through The Terrific Twos

When I became a parent for the first time and my eldest was approaching her second birthday, I heard the term “terrible twos”. Most posts I read about the toddler stage were mostly about how terrible the stage was, I was warned and told that “your child is nice now, wait till they turn two” “oh the stage is so horrible”. I don’t want to lie, this kind of scared me But when my…
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