Greg tells us about his kids and his experience in terms of having kids.
Here's a video showing the correct technique, to the tune of the Alphabet Song. Sing it twice and your hands will be perfectly clean!
We had the coutesy of interviewing some kids ahead of the State of The Nation Address.
Presented by actor Monique Bree, Episode One focuses on newborns and the first few weeks of a baby’s life. It takes a look at the benefits of breastfeeding -for mother and baby and offers some advice on how to get through those early days.
Actor Kiel McNaughton and his son Noah are back with advice on when and how to make the move from nappies. Plus fever – what does it mean, what should you do and when should you be worried?
Actor Monique Bree is back with more insights into the early weeks. We show you how to breastfeed and answer questions, including ‘How often?’, ‘How much?’ and ‘How do I know if I’m getting it right?’
TV presenter Sonia Gray fronts Episode Seven with her twin daughters, Thandie and Inez. First up, what toddlers should be eating and how we can lead by example. Then, the importance of installing and using car seats correctly.
All Blacks Cory Jane is back with a story on being the parent you want to be: rock, paper or tree? Then, what’s on the menu after first foods we look at developing baby’s tastebuds, and the importance of play.
Infants are the focus of Episode Three, presented by netball star Bernice Mene and her six-month-old son Jett. First up, mastitis, engorgement and cracked nipples – what to do when things go wrong for breastfeeding mothers.
All Blacks Cory Jane presents Episode Five with his 14-month-old son, Tennyson. First up, we take a look at first foods and getting baby started on solids. We have advice on how to make your home safe for on-the-move littlies, inside and out.
Actor Kiel McNaughton presents Episode Nine with his son, Noah. First up, why making mealtimes fun has long-term benefits for children. Our Mind & Body story looks at the skills two year olds are mastering and what we can do to support them.
TV presenter Sonia Gray and her twin girls return with a story on respiratory illnesses and what to look for with croup, asthma, pneumonia and bronchiolitis. Then, what’s going on in the mind of curious toddlers?
We get advice on settling babies to sleep and minimising the risk of Sudden Infant Death. Plus, postnatal distress – new parents Sarah and Ian share their story.
Wheels24 and Parent24, two of South Africa's largest lifestyle publications, collaborate in an attempt to fit a baby seat in a sports car. In this case, a Ford Mustang.
We had an opportunity to sit down with logger and the host of 1 Magic TV's Oh Baby, Olwethu Leshabane. Here, she shares her parenting experience about raising her three children. Video Refilwe Modise
We had an opportunity to sit down with logger and the host of 1 Magic TV's Oh Baby, Olwethu Leshabane. Here, she shares her parenting experience about raising her three children. Video: Refilwe Modise
Nobuntu Ma-awu shares her story about her HIV status and how the births of her two children led her to help others with non-profit organisation mothers2mothers which received a large donation from British Airways's charity initiative.
Host of parenting show 'Oh Baby' and mom of three Olwethu Leshabane gives us her tips on surviving the holidays as a parent.
Mom and journalist Chantelle Whittles tells us all about her pregnancy with triplets.
Jake Fitzpatrick shares his feelings about adoption
Nicole Ostrom shares how she feels about being adopted.
Listen to the heartbreaking stories of these adoptive families trapped in South Africa by Home Affairs' indecision on their children's nationality.
Karl Wennick shares his thoughts on adoption and culture
Thandiwe Garrett was rescued from dire circumstances in a children's place of safety, when she was adopted at 8 months old.
Should comprehensive sexuality education be left to parents?
Kids picking up some bad habits? They learn more from you than you might think as Parenting Relationship Expert and Kinesiologist May Clarke reveals.
For the most part, being a dad is trial and error and a whole lot of learning from your mistakes. But there are some steps you can take that will help you be the best dad possible to your kids as Man Coach Mike Campbell reveals.
As parents we all want to give our kids the best start in life but where do you start? In this episode of The Love Destination Expert, Parenting Relationship Expert and Kinesiologist May Clarke reveals how to give your kids a head start in life.
In this episode of The Love Destination Expert Series, Parenting and Family Relations Expert Fiona Werle talks about the mother child synergy of bonding from conception to birth.
In this episode of The Love Destination Expert Series, The Friendly Psychologist Jacqui Manning shares her tips on how to hold off on screen time.
Let's be honest, parenting is hard work and it can sometimes feel as though you're doing everything wrong. So how do you raise happy and resilient kids?
Even before we can remember, our experiences shape who we are and who we'll become. In this episode of The Love Destination Expert Series, Parenting and Family Relations Expert Fiona Werle discusses our early memories and how they make us who we are.
We all suffer from low self-esteem at some time in our lives but you can help build their self-love and self-esteem as Life Balance Consultant Georgia Gaylard reveals
Do you feel as though your kids don't have their feet firmly planted on the ground?
As parents we want to protect our kids and keep them out of harm's way, but how do we help them to ward off bullying when we're not there? The Friendly Psychologist Jacqui Manning shares her top tips on how to bully-proof your kids.
Worried that you child might be overly negative? In this episode of The Love Destination Expert Series, Parenting and Family Relations Expert Fiona Werle discusses whether negativity is a characteristic of child development.
No matter who you are, divorce is overwhelming and can take it’s toll emotionally, psychologically and financially.
When it comes to introductions, it’s all about baby steps as Family Mediator Jack Ellis discusses reveals.
Stress and anxiety can affect anyone, including your kids. In this episode of The Love Destination Expert Series, Parenting and Family Relations Expert Fiona Werle talks about childhood anxiety and how it can impact your child.
n this episode of The Love Destination Expert Series Family Mediator Jack Ellis shares his tips for how to manage conflict and give your children the love and support they need to cope during this difficult time.
Children’s reactions to separation or divorce can be confusing for parents and it can be difficult to know what to do to help them cope. It’s normal for children to feel guilty or responsible for their parent’s separation but there are steps that yo
Thinking of breastfeeding the new addition to your family? Breastfeeding your baby provides a range of benefits for baby and mum as General Practitioner Dr Dasha Fielder explains.
Want to give your child the best start in life? General Practitioner Dr Dasha Fielder reveals some simple steps that will improve your baby’s health and boost their immunity.
Looking at immunising your child, but confused about the conflicting information? General Practitioner Dr Dasha Fielder discusses the benefits of immunisation.
Let’s be honest, nothing quite prepares you for the first three months of your baby’s life. An intoxicating mix of overwhelming love and emotion, sleepless nights, cracked nipples and exhaustion. But there are ways for mum’s to make the challenging
Struggling to get your little one to sleep? You’re not alone! If your baby or toddler’s unsettled sleep is keeping you up all night watch this episode of The Love Destination Expert Series, as Parenting Expert Dr Karen Phillip shares her tips.
In this episode of The Love Destination Expert Series, Psychotherapist and Relationship Expert Dr Karen Phillip discusses the online safety and kids and social media, and what you need to know if your child is online.
The intense media coverage of traumatic events such as war, terrorism, and natural disasters can be traumatic for young children, but you can help them to cope as Parenting Expert Dr Karen Phillip reveals.