We live in the beautiful city of Pretoria, South Africa. The capital! A city known for its warm people and purple Jacaranda streets.
This easy baked doughnut recipe is sure to be a hit with your friends and family, try them soon!
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.
‘Positive father-daughter relationships are equally as important as that of a mother and her daughter’.
I’d like to think of myself as the Queen of my castle…

I need more patience with my kids

Ever feel like you should be more patient? Or if only I was more patient!

The Great Equalizer Podcast – Stay at home moms

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.

Why it’s OK for us to say ‘no’ to our children sometimes

There is a constant tug-of-war between doing what you think is right, and doing what you think other parents believe is right.

My experience with hiring and keeping a nanny

As much as it is in your home, being a nanny is still a job and should be treated like one

Parents vs Gogos: Dealing with pushy grandparents

Where do you draw the line, and how? Is it even necessary?

‘Mommy, my brain won’t listen to me’

What we don’t know about the child with ADHD

I’ve become paranoid about raising a girl in SA

The realities are, women and children are vulnerable targets, abused, raped and taken advantage of.

Google generation versus traditional medicine advocates

The world back then was not what it is today and so we must evolve as parents and pick and choose what advice to take or ignore.

How do we as mothers overcome our feelings of being unappreciated?

When everything seems so overwhelming and nothing we do seems right

Not even ‘The Professionals’ know what to do

Not even the professionals can give you a definitive answer, they can only give you their best guess.

The earlier the sex talk the better

If you don’t have “The Talk” early with your child, they will hear it from someone else, and might not be what you want them to hear.

It’s official, this is the hardest job in the world

Who in their right mind would sign up for this?

Moms, why are we so mean to each other?

All mothers have been shamed or judged at some point during their journey of raising children. Why do we do this to each other?

I had a feeling something was wrong after my baby was born. I was right.

The fight against postpartum can be life or death, the feelings are powerful and real.


 


 


 

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