Most South Africans know that it takes a village to raise a child. In South Africa, we take it a step further and enlist help from a proverbial “village.”
Modern Mommy Posts
It’s been three months since our little man entered our lives and changed us forever.
Most women have insecurities about their weight – the evidence of this is in the multi-billion dollar industry that surrounds the idea of “just follow our diet and loose those stubborn kilos.”
Online shopping has become my new best friend.
When you hear that you’re pregnant for the first time, a barrage of emotions hit you like a 22-wheeler truck without brakes.
I’ve never had a fear of flying, but flying with a brand new baby – now THAT did send some very cold chills down my spine.
The last time I moved around in my own home this quietly was when I snuck back into my parents’ home after going to a party I was not allowed to be at.
“A picture is worth a thousand words” is a phrase often thrown around, but when it comes to capturing moments that can never be repeated, you truly understand the meaning.
I’m a control freak; an A-type personality who lives by lists and order. However, our first weekend away with baby, who is now just over 6 weeks old, proved quite a logistical feat!
One thing I’ve noticed in the past few weeks is how much a community of mothers help to raise a child.