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Thursday | 14 February | 2019 The Process Every Potential Adoptive Parent In South Africa Needs To Know

By Anja van den Berg Many couples yearn for a baby of their own but are challenged by circumstances or reproductive issues. Luckily, adoption can open many doors for people who want to share their loving homes with a little one. The adoption road might not be easy, but it  … Read more

Wednesday | 13 February | 2019 Celebrate Valentine’s Day with your young ones

By Lize-Mari Labuschagne Valentine’s Day always seems idyllic but in reality, most people have children and unfortunately grandma or grandpa isn’t always near enough to look after them when you want to enjoy a romantic night. Don’t fear, because this year you can still fully enjoy this day, even with  … Read more

Wednesday | 13 February | 2019 Conflict can be good for your marriage

By Essie Bester All of us were created as unique individuals with our own personalities. This means that each of us is going to look at the world differently and that we are going to behave differently. Conflict is therefore unavoidable, especially where two people are sharing a house, a  … Read more

Tuesday | 12 February | 2019 Help your child develop a healthy self-image

By Essie Bester Every child at some time or another struggles with the feeling that he/she is worthless. Functional therapist, Dr Bertie Hanekom, says, “It depends on parents, teachers and other important influencers whether children are going to reach adulthood with a positive picture of themselves.” He says you have  … Read more

Friday | 08 February | 2019 Is your child a fussy eater?

By Marli Naidoo Not all fussy eaters are infants and toddlers. Some of these finicky eaters are growing beards! However, it is never too late to adopt healthier eating habits and have less stressful mealtimes. It is the responsibility of the parents or caregiver to decide what’s on the menu.  … Read more

Wednesday | 30 January | 2019 The benefits of team sport for children

By Melodie Veldhuizen Team sport does more than keep children fit. By cultivating healthy habits in children and ensuring that they stay busy and active, team sport also promotes the physical, mental and emotional wellbeing of the participants. It also provides social benefits. Following are some reasons why parents should encourage  … Read more

Wednesday | 30 January | 2019 Olive tapenade and grilled sweet-pepper rump steak

By Lea Brink The tastiest rump steak that you can dream of You need: 400 g rump steak One bottle olive tapenade 3 sweet peppers cut in strips 1 lemon 1 cup basil Coarse salt and pepper 100 g goat’s milk cheese Olive oil Fry the sweet-pepper strips in a  … Read more

Wednesday | 30 January | 2019 Pregnant? Why you should consider a midwife

By Melodie Veldhuizen You have just received the wonderful news that you are pregnant. You have always dreamt of giving birth naturally and would like to embark on the journey (and thereafter) with one person who will be dedicated to your and your baby’s interests from the first stage of  … Read more

Wednesday | 30 January | 2019 Beatroot and halloumi seasonal salad

By Lea Brink Delicious with some red meat and crispy bread You need: 400 g cut cooked beetroot 200 g halved pistachio nuts  200 g halloumi slices 4 cut nectarines 200 g mixed lettuce Salad dressing: 1 tablespoon mustard 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon red-wine vinegar 1 teaspoon honey  … Read more

Wednesday | 30 January | 2019 Smoked-fish pie

By Lea Brink I got the idea for a fish-pie crust from Jamie Oliver and it really works! I have found that the potato cream crust can be very rich and unhealthy for a weekday evening. That is why I like Jamie Oliver’s filo crust so much because it is  … Read more

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