28.8.2019 07:00 am
Starting solids soon? Wondering where to start? Here’s a general look at starting your solids journey from a developmental perspective.
As a first time mama, the thought of starting solids was both exciting and anxiety-provoking. The excitement led us to dive right in with the knowledge we had, the readiness signs were very present…but soon, things started to feel a bit all over the show, which led me to question whether I was doing the right thing or not.
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.
Each day that you respond to your baby’s needs, your bond will grow deeper and become more meaningful.
A study has shown that children who receive more than two courses of antibiotics in a year are more resistant to treatments than other children.
Sleep training is one of those very controversial subjects where just the mention of the term can spark a fire of outrage and judgement faster than you can say “BOOM”.
The importance of play in early childhood development is increasingly being brought into the spotlight. Why is this?
I strongly disagree with the guilt-inducing practice of placing unnecessary pressure on moms to breastfeed.
Men feel left out of the breastfeeding process, but they need not be.
This week on The Great Equalizer, Sam’s about to get fit AF, Charlene is captain of her ship and we talk temper tantrums. PLUS! We welcome back children’s counsellor Phillippa Morassi.
We live in the beautiful city of Pretoria, South Africa. The capital! A city known for its warm people and purple Jacaranda streets.
Parenty’s resident paediatric dieticians, Kath Megaw and Nutripaeds, explain how DEBM can save the lives of premature babies in NICU.
85% of almost 9000 moms were told by a school or teacher to medicate their kids for ADHD.
Parenty has joined forces with The Great Equalizer, an unfiltered, honest and (at times) irreverent account of the realities of being a parent in modern-day South Africa.