Blog


Video : Tips for building your own self-esteem as a parent Watch this short video to discover the importance of building your own self-esteem as a parent, so that your child’s self-esteem can blossom.   Tips for building your own self-esteem recognize your achievements – tell your kids what you’re good at (e.g. “Hey guys, I cooked a great supper tonight”) and keep finding ways to recognize what you are doing well...

Read More

Preparing children for big changes Kids seems to be such a marvelous mystery – on the one hand, resilient and naturally adaptable to change; yet also highly sensitive and easily affected by everything that happens. Because they are still developing, they are more vulnerable to big changes. It’s not only a separation, divorce or remarriage that marks a major change for a child. Big changes include – moving homes or cities,...

Read More

ZAparents review of InnerMagic game Reviewed by Christine Young, mom to 2 gorgeous, growing boys and the principal of  Rainbow Babies & Kids Nursery School in Bryanston. “This fantasy game based on magic lands touches each of the developmental pillars – Language, Gross Motor, Cognitive and Emotional. A great tool for any parent or teacher to help develop happy, confident kids that are not afraid to express themselves....

Read More

ParentingHub review :  InnerMagic children’s self-esteem game It’s always great to hear what others say about one’s products. Julie Hide of ParentingHub says : “Anytime that I can find a good family game to occupy our Saturday night is great find! Especially when this game explores your families inner thoughts. InnerMagic; Children’s Self- Esteem Game is a fantastic way to be creating happiness, encouraging...

Read More

Video : Creating predictable routines Watch this short video clip on the importance of creating predictable routines for our children. Routines help build emotional security – which means when they’re in place, children tend to co-operate much better.  ...

Read More

Volunteer trauma counseling : Garden Route fires The Garden Route fires catapulted me into non-stop serving mode last month, as I volunteered in my hometown of Plettenberg Bay.  From Wednesday 7th June, children and adults alike have been in much need of containment, reassurance and nurturing care.  As raging fires continued to destroy vast areas, various churches and schools became evacuation centers filled with bedding, food,...

Read More