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Screen time, your kids and the holidays – what you need to know

This year has been especially long for parents who found themselves juggling teaching, parenting and working thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic and its subsequent...

Laager Rooibos shares 6 tips to deal with end-of-year exam stress

The month of October will see South African students knuckling down and preparing for what will undoubtedly be a tough set of exams following...

Protect your child’s mental health

As parents, we’re diligent about taking our kids for check-ups and offering nutritious meals. But are we doing enough to take care of our...

Your parenting style could affect how your child copes

Your parenting style influences your child’s emotional and mental health. Just how much is becoming increasingly evident in some young children emerging from almost...

All you need to know about the ISOFIXSYSTEM

WHAT IS THE ISOFIX?The international standard for attachment points for child car seats as well as defining that standard attachment points be manufactured into...

Help your child understand the no-go areas online

Ensuring children use the internet and social media safely is not a new topic. These very platforms regularly highlight the pitfalls and dangers and...

Coping with back to school blues or homeschooling stress

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented unchartered territory for everyone to navigate. For parents, the territory has come fraught with uncertainty, frustration, and worry. Homeschooling,...

The best mobile apps for new moms

JOHANNESBURG – 01 June 2020 - Becoming a mother has to be one of most exciting but also demanding experiences life can provide, with many ups...

Free positive parenting resources made available during the Covid-19 lockdown

With home-schooling a daily routine for most children countrywide, there is a lot of pressure on parents and teachers to come up with innovative...

Thoughtful Parenting – Raising Children to have Integrity & Self-Esteem

As parents we love our children from the second we first lay eyes on them. We feel a primal desire to protect them, to...
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