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Author: Nadine Smallberg

Body Mapping Workshop

Body Mapping Workshop

“A person’s body map is their perception, understanding and experience of their own body-shape and size, plus how and where their own joints move and how their body functions. “ Recently I decided that in order for me to grow as an individual, mom and women I need to invest in myself. I have been doing this by surrounding myself with people that speak life, reading encouraging articles and stories and only saying yes to the things that truly make me happy. One of the best…

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Bosch cooking experience

Bosch cooking experience

If there is one thing you need to know about me it’s that the way to my heart is through my stomach. I love good food. I love how it is not only delicious and enjoyable but I love how it brings people together, sparks joy and laughter and how food literally has the ability to switch me from an angered ogre to a pouncing princess in 2 seconds flat. Hangry is a thing people. Naturally the invitation to attend…

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World of Adventure Root 44

World of Adventure Root 44

This winter season has been giving us some beautiful sunny days, we managed to score on one of these stunners when we head out to World of Adventure. Jayme, Alex and I spent a Sunday afternoon playing, eating waffles and soaking up some vitamin D. World of Adventure can be found at the Root 44 market just off the R44 towards Stellenbosch from the N2. We were greeted by such friendly staff and James went out of his way to…

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Bedwetting

Bedwetting

Over the past few days I’ve asked around if my friends and colleagues kids wet the bed. There seems to be a huge stigma around it. I felt the sense that parents felt guilty that their kids wet the bed. One person questioned if something is happening in their child’s life that may be causing this. The truth is that bedwetting is something your child might go through and that’s ok, you have not failed as a parent. 10% of…

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LolliPutti Launch Event

LolliPutti Launch Event

Jayme couldn’t contain his excitement for his event. I was smart about it and used it as a reward for extra hard work at school the week leading up to the event, it worked like a charm. Bonus is that it was assessment week so it was the perfect incentive to get him to put in some extra hours. The launch was held at Toys R Us in Canal walk and as I walked towards the store I saw two…

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Our Maternity Photoshoot celebrating Alex Luna

Our Maternity Photoshoot celebrating Alex Luna

Today we celebrate Alex being 38 weeks old. She has now officially been with us for as long as she was in my tummy. How time has flown by. My little princess has grown so well and yet I miss the days of feeling her kicking around inside me. To celebrate the milestone I would like to share some of the pictures of our last minute maternity shoot. I received these pictures while I was in the hospital in labour…

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Fair Cape Dairies Farm Experience

Fair Cape Dairies Farm Experience

Fair Cape invited a few bloggers to experience how they are effectively running their farm with solar energy during day time hours. I loved driving to the farm, there’s something about driving up a dirt road with the the barn almost rising in front of you that makes one feel part of an almost cinematic experience. The farm is situated in Cape Farms, just outside of Durbanville. It is a fresh, tranquil space. We spent the first few minutes socializing…

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Moooka Hands-Free Silicone Breast Pump

Moooka Hands-Free Silicone Breast Pump

When preparing for a new baby one of the biggest concerns for any mom is how they will feed their new little baby. Breastfeeding comes naturally to some and not so naturally to others. We struggle with so many issues and sometimes it is easier to give your baby milk in a bottle. Some moms have to return to work a few months after having a new baby and are then stressed out about building a ‘stash’ to keep baby…

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