Motherhood, Motivationals, Parenting

Life before kids – the top 10 things i took for granted

I think most parents can agree that their lives changes forever when you became a mom or dad. I found my purpose, my meaning in life. I’m responsible for raising good, strong, giving future leaders. For teaching them right from wrong, for bringing smiles to their cute little faces. I love every single minute, despite… Read More Life before kids – the top 10 things i took for granted

Motherhood, Motherhood, Parenting

How To Parent Children With Different Personalities

It’s something I should have always known, no two children are the same. Growing up with two other siblings, our personalities were all different, yet we had largely the same upbringing. It still surprises me however, just how different they are, and just how difficult it is to parent different personalities. Do you change parenting… Read More How To Parent Children With Different Personalities

Activities for Kids, competition

Lets get creative {Win a Hot Wheels Hamper worth over R1500}

Hip Hip Hooraaah ! For most of our kids it’s the first day of the Easter Break, mums’ are worried about what to do with their kids and how to keep them “entertained” for the holidays, I’m here to get your creative juices flowing. With most children, toys are typically obsessed over for the first… Read More Lets get creative {Win a Hot Wheels Hamper worth over R1500}

competition

Love Local – Kelly Ann from “Party Playdough”

The “love local” series focuses on local, proudly South African individuals, making waves in their industries. Breaking boundaries, creating empires and being the best inspiration of locally produced/manufactured products. Meet Kelly-Ann Gibbon. The founder and creator of “Party Playdough” is the beginning of an empire. Kelly-Ann creates unique party packs especially designed for childrens parties,… Read More Love Local – Kelly Ann from “Party Playdough”

Parenting, Toddler life

Avoiding Entitlement in Children – Discovering Responsibility Through Chores

Entitlement – It’s a word that can send shivers down my spine, and something I’m petrified of creating in my children. According to my husband I have already lost that battle and cave at my children’s every whim. If they grow up with a sense of entitlement, thinking the world owes them something, then I’m… Read More Avoiding Entitlement in Children – Discovering Responsibility Through Chores