19.10.2019 07:52 am
Who will you go dressed as?
Adults and children alike are frantically planning what to wear for their costume parties and concerts this Halloween. No despair, Parenty is here to give you some ideas. Below is a list of the most popular Halloween costumes to try this year.
With the recent outcry for justice and the long-awaited change needed within our country, I was left feeling deeply distressed as a woman and a first-time single mama, raising my little boy in this big world.
In SA, only 50% of all children who die from cancer received a diagnosis and 50% of those who were diagnosed die because their diagnosis came too late. WHY? Because a major success factor for surviving childhood cancer is early diagnosis and many of our health practitioners are unaware of the signs.
Global Warming, IPCC, Mass Extinction Events, Carbon Emissions, Water Safety, Greenhouse Gasses, Food Safety, Acid Oceans, Extreme Weather Events, these are all terrifying and complex things for most adults, how do we begin to explain them to our children?
If you hate slime as much as I do, you will want to read these tips on how to get rid of it.
Kath Megaw, from Nutripaeds, explains why intermittent fasting is just the new term to justify skipping breakfast.
Change is stressful for most people, but for people on the autism spectrum, change is particularly stressful, Ilse Kilian-Ross, offers some tips on how to best support your child through change.
How do we help our kids navigate the stormy waters of bullying in an ocean of social media and apps that didn’t even exist when we were kids?
In this day and age, while technology rules the roost, getting our kids outdoors can be difficult.
We can always make time for what is important to us.
Wow, what a busy couple of months we have had. As nature would have it our kids are born in November, January, 2 in March and one in May. Sometimes it feels like I’m planning parties non-stop for 6 months of the year!
How we speak to our children, becomes their inner voice… Our fears, anger and disappointments become theirs.
Now, let me be clear, I am not advocating lying. Obviously lying is wrong! We were taught that as kids, and now we pass that lesson on to our children… But…