2.12.2019 12:00 pm
This week on The Great Equalizer, Sam reaches the point of no return, Charlene feels like a new mom, and we head on back to the most upside-down of the upside-downs… The Fourth Trimester (dum-dum-duuuuuuuuuuuuum).
Guys, your TGE hosts have been putting off this topic for a helluva long time. For us, the Fourth Trimester is equivalent to a big day of reckoning… That day you decide whether this shitshow was all worth it. This is when you reconsider your life goals and you wonder whether saving your money and travelling the world was a better decision than buckling down with your S.O. and birthing his demon spawn.
When it all just gets too much, how do we survive? When the world around us seems to be crashing in? We can’t breathe, feel or move… How do we crawl out of that dark hole?
Preparing for parenthood can be overwhelming with all its to-do and don’t-forget lists.
Parenty’s resident lactation consultant, Carey Haupt, explains what you need to know to prevent mould build up in your breast pump.
My plan to have a well planned and timed c-section with a carefully curated playlist and all and my plan to have my tiny bundle of joy in a bassinet next to my hospital bed on her first night on earth were both disseminated.
Trying to be perfect parents takes away from the beauty of parenting.
This week on The Great Equalizer, we chat about the TGE ethos (leading up to our first birthday) PLUS, most importantly, Sam talks to Learning from Luke’s Jess Roberts about raising a child born with special needs.
Attachment parenting is quite a controversy in the parenting circles and as a parent, I can understand why. I’ve learned that parenting is about instinct and mostly winging it. There is no rule book, Only a million parenting opinions.
I felt the aches and pains and went through it all, and today I sit with the very reason for those pains and she makes it all worth it.
Parenty’s resident Lactation expert, Carey Haupt, shares her incredibly personal and emotional birth story for this NICU Awareness Month.
Transitioning from expectant mom to new mom to working mom is extreme, here are some tips to help you manage.
This week on The Great Equalizer, we talk modern cloth nappies with the SA Cloth Nappy Users Association, brought to you by Busy Bottoms Nappy Service.
Men feel left out of the breastfeeding process, but they need not be.
Nutripaeds, Parenty’s resident paediatric dieticians, has some tips on how to optimise your diet to make sure you’re getting the perfect nutrients to support you and your little one!