This week on The Great Equalizer, Sam’s about to get fit AF, Charlene is captain of her ship and we talk temper tantrums. PLUS! We welcome back children’s counsellor Phillippa Morassi.
The one thing I never received was a heads up about what an emotional rollercoaster breastfeeding would be.
We live in the beautiful city of Pretoria, South Africa. The capital! A city known for its warm people and purple Jacaranda streets.
The void in my heart caused by our loss will always remain.
Parenty’s resident paediatric dieticians, Kath Megaw and Nutripaeds, explain how DEBM can save the lives of premature babies in NICU.
85% of almost 9000 moms were told by a school or teacher to medicate their kids for ADHD.

Baby The Great Equalizer Podcast – Starting Solids

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.

First time moms know best… Or do they?

It’s not called failure. It’s called motherhood.

Baby Should I regret co-sleeping?

The closeness of their mother makes them feel comfortable and safe, like how they felt before being born.

How to avoid being dethroned by your child

I’d like to think of myself as the Queen of my castle…

Pre-Schooler This s(too)l shall pass

Toilet training a toddler is one of those things in life that has the ability to push you over the edge.

Baby WHO warns of too sugary baby foods

The WHO says it is updating its guidelines to help member countries adopt new legislation to curb high sugar intake.

Baby 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.

Baby Raising sugar free superheroes

We are living in a fast-paced society. As humans, we want things now and we want everything to be convenient.

Pre-Schooler Don’t hug that dog! And other things kids should know

Brand new dog safety programme being offered at local schools

We need more “good sports” in our sports

How to raise good sportspeople, and ensure they play THE GAME well.

Baby 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

Pre-Schooler Dignity can eat my shorts.

I swear, it doesn’t matter if you’re wearing flip flops, high heels or running shoes when your kid runs towards danger, you run like the wind is chasing you.

Primary Schooler Eczema is not just skin deep

Eczema affects so much more than just the skin.

Are our schools doing enough to include single and gay parents?

We need to raise a school generation that is inclusive of all family dynamics.


 


 


 

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