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Living and LovingLiving and Loving

Living and Loving

May 2019

Living and Loving Magazine is South Africa’s most trusted source of parenting information from conception to pregnancy, through birth and the baby years. In our fast-paced, modern world, the challenges facing mothers are greater than they’ve ever been, and we’re there to support them every step of their journey. Each month we pack the magazine full of sensible advice and the most up-to-date information from a panel of over 25 of South Africa’s leading baby and child experts.

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living and loving

THE EDITORIAL TEAM Editor Sonya Naudé Managing editor Kirsten Davids Art director Geoff Maher Digital editor Xanet Scheepers Copy editor Marianne McDonald Features writer Thobeka Phanyeko Office manager|Editor’s PA Elsa de Beer MANAGEMENT TEAM General manager Anton Botes Lifestyle business unit head Jana Kleinloog Business development director Debbie McIntyre Group head of retail marketing and innovation Dejane Poil National head of sales Ronell Buitenbos 087 285 7878 Financial manager Rohan French Group production manager Sada Reddhi Group marketing manager Reinhard Lotz Digital Media Strategist Aqsa Qureshi COMPETITION PRIZE QUERIES Mpho Phala 087 087 7086 mphop@caxton.co.za…

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relax – you’ve got this mom!

(PHOTOGRAPHY ALBIE BREDENHANN) With her glossy hair, fancy pram and perfectly behaved baby who never seems to vomit or leave snot trails on her shoulder, your super successful mommy friend seems to have parenting all sussed out. But does she really? It’s a fact that modern moms feel intense pressure to be perfect, but trust me, most moms who make it look easy aren’t naturally blessed with endless patience, bottomless bank accounts and angelic babies. According to postnatal tutor and parent coach Andrea Millbank of babycoach.co.uk, they’ve just learned some strategies to help make motherhood less stressful – and dare I even say it – fun? So, what’s the secrets behind those frustratingly cool, calm exteriors you see on your social media feeds? Here’s some clues. 1 SHE KNOWS HOW…

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you said it...

Keeping little ones busy I have two daughters, Gracie (4) and Eloise (20 months), who are both energetic and love being outdoors. I try to ensure the activities we do are suitable for both girls and foster cooperative play. We love going on nature walks to collect leaves and sticks, look at insects (or “lolos” as Eloise calls them), and splash in puddles.We are fortunate enough to have a big garden and they love watering it with their recycled bath water and making “potions”. Gracie is pretty good with scissors now, so she helps with the pruning and enjoys cutting paths through all the groundcovers. We play with balloons, water balloons and water scoops – pouring, filling up ice trays, squirting with syringes and using ladles. Pulling…

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we asked you on facebook…

“Barney was banned.” Mia Agliotti “Mr Bean and Power Rangers.” Jacqui Modiegi Maluleke-Motha “Peppa Pig.” Chanele Clarisse Pillay “Teletubbies! No more, please. We even have it recorded for the little madam, because that’s all she ever wants to watch. Please make it stop.” Nivashini Thaver “Nella the Princess Knight. Hate it! Sonell Van Wyk “Paw Patrol. Morning and evening, and even while shopping.” Lizelle Brown “My daughter only wants to watch Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. Kill. Me. Now.” Chantelle Correia vd Bijl…

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