To your child, the oddest things can suddenly become frightening. Some are easy to understand, while others can leave you wondering.
Is “myne! myne!” ’n eindelose refrein in jou huis? Dan is dit tyd om jou kind een van die lewe se belangrikste (en moeilikste!) lesse te leer.
Moms are bombarded with nutritional information. How do you separate the old wives’ tales from the gems, the science from the pseudo-science? We put some commonly held beliefs to the test
We show you how to make the transition from cot to bed a smooth one
Eight top tips to help ease those toilet training blues.
Outwit, outlast and outplay your toddler.
As a new year shifts into gear, you and your toddler may be preparing for a big step forward: out of the house and into nursery school. Expect some wobbles and take it slowly – you’re both learning scary new stuff
I work full-time but am still breastfeeding my 14-month-old baby. He does not drink any other milk. I’ve noticed that I produce more milk if I eat peanut butter. I work with premature babies and I’ve noticed that mothers that battle with milk production also lactate more if they eat peanut butter. Why is this?
Nokuthula Mdlalose was reminded of how dangerous it is to tell little white lies around children...
I found when my son started teething that a frozen yoghurt stick solved all my problems.