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”
“Don’t walk on the floor its wet” “Stay right there until it’s dry” how many times have you said this to your kids when trying to mop up the floor? How often have you gone around after mopping to find a lanky piece of grey “string” lying around that’s fallen off your mop? We all
Any parent would know the moment you have your first child your life changes dramatically, not just your life rather, your lifestyle. Living in a city your lifestyle is typically centered around going out, whether its to eat, watch a movie or have a little weekend away, “BC” we used to go out a lot.
There is nothing better than African Summers. The long, hot days, filled with water play, entertaining and braai’s. The evening thunder storms that typically end of a highveld day with magical electric fireworks. Its what we live for!
Are you are a new mum, feeling isolated, looking to connect with others (it’s a very daunting phase), maybe you have just moved to a new city, or are even just looking for idea’s to do with your children? This was me, a few years ago, returning to a big city with my two toddlers
Today marks the first in a series I’ll be calling “love local”. Focusing on local, South African, mothers who are making waves in their industries. Breaking boundaries, creating empires and being the best inspiration of strong, driven women to their children.
~~~COMPETITION TIME~~~~ Have you been reading? Following onto my last blog on baby skincare, together with the kind folks over at @JohnsonsBabySA , I’ll be giving away a Johnson’s Baby Hamper worth R1000 !