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This Father’s Day, I have something else in mind. And aside from the gifts/presents, I wanted my Dad to feel SEEN. To know that he matters. So I made a date with my dad, and asked him some questions I’ve always wanted to know. This was so special and connected us on another level, that I wanted to share it with you and perhaps allow you to get to know your dad a little better too.

Mini-Me Figure
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It’s All About The Gift

With Father's Day right around the corner, you're probably also looking for the perfect little gift to show your Dad how much he means to you. Well, the search is over!
LolliPutti

#LolliPutti Launch

From monsters to unicorns, each Lolliputti pop can be created into whatever your imagination comes up with! And both your putty and imagination stretches!
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Science Is WAY Fun!

The Cape Town Science Centre has been around for 19 years (yes, makes me feel a little old too) - opened in 2000 in Canal Walk - and yet, this Mama right here has never been. My husband has taken his class there several times, and both he and…

#InstaMamaMeet Cape Town!

We started planning this event a few weeks ago, and although we were extremely excited, we've seen some of the other #InstaMamaMeet across the country, and loved how they brought mamas together. We wanted that. Hoped for that. But what we got…
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Happy Cows, Happy Lives

How often do you think about the cows that gives us the milk and other dairy products? Not that often, right? Because if we give it too much thought, we tend to think of those mass-farming movies we've seen. Where cows walk around in their own filth, and are milked basically 24/7. BUT NOT THIS FARM.
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Connecting With Your Kid

Last year, my husband and I started having Alone Time (quality time) with our kids when we noticed they were more whiney, aggitated with each other, and just generally more difficult for no reason. Because it was unlike our children (you know your kids and their normal irritability, and when something else is going on) we decided to spend one-on-one time with each of our children to get to the bottom.