Shaping Tomorrow's Leaders Through Actions and Words

Welcome to my little corner on the internet called Life from Lulu’s Point Of View. Today I will be sharing one timeless piece of wisdom that has guided my parenting adventure, it is: “Your actions mold their world, and your words guide their path. Choose both wisely.” As a mom who is navigating the beautiful, sometimes chaotic, world of parenting, I can attest to the profound…
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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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Make Pain And Fever Care Easy With The New Panado® Paediatric Syrup, Peppermint 5 ml Sachet

It’s true: Babies don’t come with manuals. So, if your baby spikes a fever and appears to be in pain, it’s natural for even the calmest of moms and dads to panic. When your baby or infant has pain and fever, turn to recently launched and conveniently packaged Panado® Paediatric Syrup, Peppermint 5 ml Sachets. What Is Fever and Is It Dangerous to…
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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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4 things I don't say to my children and why I think you should avoid them too

Luluspov – Parenting with grace Parenting with Grace is challenging me daily to be more conscious of what I say to my children to make sure that what I say does not wound or influence the way they view themselves and the world. One of my main love languages is words of affirmations, I know how words affect my world, one of the gifts of kindness I prayerfully give to my little blessings is…
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7 Encouraging Scriptures for the overwhelmed mom

It’s 7pm and I feel so tired. The kids and hubby had an early night today, I am sitting on the couch feeling so overwhelmed about what still needs to be. I look over the kitchen sink, and I see a pile of dishes I was yet to do before warming up food for the family. Our laundry basket with clean clothes that I needed to fold and put away and get some of the clothes ready for ironing the next…
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How to make reading fashionable to your toddler?

A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies . . . The man who never reads lives only one.” George R.R. Martin Today I came across a statement that was not so pleasing to read: ‘SOUTH AFRICA IS NOT A READING NATION’ According to a study by PIRLS (Progress in International Reading Literacy) 78% of South African Grade 4 children cannot read for meaning in any…
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Review: Pure Beginnings Berry Toothpaste

If there’s one thing I can’t stand,it has to be bad breath. ‘Bad breath speaks louder than words’. I remember before I got married some guys who tried to ask me out, didn’t get far with their speech, because before they’d begin with their speech, I’d be hit by a tornado of bad breath, turn off I tell you. I know that there are many causes of bad breath, e.g. Bacteria…
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5 Ways To Teach Your Toddler How To Pray

“Prayer is the opening of the heart to God as to a friend. Not that it is necessary in order to make known to God what we are, but in order to enable us to receive Him. Prayer does not bring God down to us, but brings us up to Him.”EGW As a Christian mom, I made it my priority to teach our daughter to pray at an early age, as I find prayer to be one of the best ways to introduce her to God…
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How I Named Our Baby

Growing up I have always been that child who missed out on school because of sicknesses. My early years I struggled with Epistaxis (nosebleed), later on, I had Asthma and other complications. I firmly believe that it was because of Grace that I was saved. When I was 15 years old, I went through struggles in my life and one day I decided to take my life. I…
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