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Providing Quality child care for the future generations as God intended! Our mission is to grow and maintain happy and healthy families, by providing them with quality child care.

We want to be positive influences on the future generations.

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Best place to send your kids this school holiday…. Heaps of fresh air, bucket loads of fun and lasting memories full of laughs and making new friends… a place where the kids can just be kids

Book your spot for Holiday Day Camp & join the fun!!
4th - 8th October 2021

How to BECOME a BETTER PARENT: Positive vs. Toxic Parenting Tips I Dr Gabor Maté 10/09/2021

How to BECOME a BETTER PARENT: Positive vs. Toxic Parenting Tips I Dr Gabor Maté

Some valuable insights

How to BECOME a BETTER PARENT: Positive vs. Toxic Parenting Tips I Dr Gabor Maté How to Become a Better Parent: Positive vs. Toxic Parenting Tips I Dr Gabor MatéWho is Gabor Maté? A renowned speaker, and bestselling author, Dr. Gabor Maté...

Photos from Sharing ideas's post 03/09/2021

If you have these items in your home, then you have the best kid toys ever… your kids want to play and experiment with the items they see you use on a daily basis 🥰

31/08/2021

Something important to remember especially when there are certain people spreading fear…

It's good to keep perspective. ❤

23/08/2021
16/08/2021

Some useful information

16/08/2021

Such a clever idea even for using at home.

If you're wondering why there's an old school landline phone mounted to the wall behind me (with no cord🤣)... it's one of my favorite behavior management techniques...
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I pick up that phone (sometimes carry it around the room as I talk 🤣) ...and report a child's GOOD behavior! **GOOD THINGS ONLY! But I don't call mom or dad...
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I call Batman, or Minnie Mouse, or the Paw Patrol (whoever that child would get excited about☺️)... I get everyone's attention by loudly asking, "Yes, is this Spider-Man?....(the kids all start looking at each other)
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"Hey, ya, thanks...I just wanted to call and say YOU WOULDN'T BELIEVE what Israel is doing right now...no I'm serious! He's sitting criss cross, hands to himself and he's looking right at the person that's talking!....I KNOW! He's such a respectful listener!!! ... Ok, I'll tell him! ....Yay!! Thanks Spider-Man. Ok, talk to you later."
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Hang up. Pass on the important message, "Spider-Man said 'You should be proud.''...And then... you just carry on with what you were doing...
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The kids think it's HILARIOUS, but more importantly, everyone hears the emphasis put on that behavior----and the best part? Every time I call about a behavior, I can be almost certain--I'll see that behavior again very soon!🤗
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15/08/2021

Hahahaha 😂 here is how your coworkers can be helpful in raising your kids 😁😁

Hahahaha 😂 here is how your coworkers can be helpful in raising your kids 😁😁

Photos from What's on in Durbanville's post 10/08/2021

Looking for a place to take the kids… try going here for a dose of fun

10/08/2021

Absolutely love this and totally agree

Beautifully said... ❤
Guilty Chocoholic Mama - Elizabeth Spencer

10/08/2021

Get comfortable in the uncomfortable. Excellent advice 😁

"Get comfortable in the uncomfortable."

I love this picture. Two totally calm men waiting for the tantrum of the little girl to pass. The two men are the father and grandfather of the two-year-old girl, who lay on the floor and started to tantrum in the middle of the mall.

Neither of the men loses patience, pisses off, or yells at her. They just wait quietly. You are not simply giving her what she wants, and you are letting her express her emotions, in this case her anger at not getting what she wants..

Nobody feels embarrassed about the show the little girl is putting on.

The father's own words when posting this photo explain everything:

′′This post is about one thing and one thing only. Get comfortable in the uncomfortable.

There are no perfect parents, but one thing mine taught me was not being a parent depending on what others think. My dad always let me feel what I needed to feel, even if it was in public and embarrassing. I don't remember him telling me: 'You're embarrassing me! 'o' Don't cry! '. It wasn't until recently that I realized how important it was for my own emotional development. Our kids are learning and processing so much information and they don't know what to do with all these new feelings that come up."

Let us learn to be comfortable in the uncomfortable. Let us learn to deal with our children's tantrums, with patience and tranquility. Children are children once in a lifetime. 💗💕

03/08/2021

Such a cute and fun idea. As they say the truth comes from the mouths of babes 😁

02/08/2021

How precious are the thoughts of the innocent 🥰🥰

02/08/2021

Hahaha we all have those days where we apparently fail according to our toddlers… 😂😂😁

Hahaha we all have those days where we apparently fail according to our toddlers… 😂😂😁

02/08/2021

We salute all moms doing their best to raise their families

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27/07/2021

A Talk that All Parents Need to Hear

Absolutely agree 100% with this young speaker

Photos from The Homeopathic Association of South Africa's post 26/07/2021

Some great tips

19/07/2021

The things kids do. You have to admit that was very clever 😂😂😂

18/07/2021

Boy Used a Ring Doorbell to Talk to His Dad

A creative and alternative way of getting hold of your parent… 😁🥰

18/07/2021

Let's laugh and learn with #Steve_harvey in the #little_big_shot show 😄

This little one has an excellent point 😂😂

Photos from Passionate About Primary's post 15/07/2021

Just love this

13/07/2021

Very interesting info

“At the age of 10-12 months when a child begins to walk, the bones of the foot are only partially ossified, are in reality but an orderly arrangement of cartilaginous masses.” - Functional Disorders of the Foot by Frank D. Dickinson, MD 🦶🏽

The implications of this are that little feet are extremely malleable, and will adapt to whatever environment they are put in. We want our children to grow up with natural shaped feet, not shoe-shaped feet. Keep those little paws out of shoes as long as possible. 🐾

📸 @Kai.plasencia 🌀

10/07/2021

Hehehe 😂 just love this

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05/07/2021

Excellent advice

04/07/2021

So true

🙏🙏🙏 I needed this reminder

via Modern Day Wonderland

04/07/2021

So beautiful 😍

When we were deciding if we were going to be done having kids, my aunt told me something profound. She said, “No matter when you stop, whether it’s four or ten, you’re always going to grieve the end of a season.” Her words helped me make peace with my youngest being our grand finale.

For the next couple years, I didn’t grieve. Not really anyway. I was still nursing and diaper changing and hiding in the bathroom with chocolate. The idea that we were done held a certain excitement to it. That season was over, that chapter was closed, my body was just mine and no one else’s. I was never going to go through labor again, or leak milk on my dress, or hear phantom crying in the shower (spoiler alert, that last one never goes away).

I think it was probably when she stopped crawling or maybe when she didn’t need the stroller anymore. Maybe it was when she stopped climbing into my bed in the middle of the night or maybe it was when she started saying “about that” instead of “bout dat”. That’s when the grief started hitting me in waves. The day she walked into kindergarten I melted into myself. The pain was tangible. Every milestone my youngest hits I am acutely aware of how quickly time is passing me by. When she started reading, I envisioned her interviewing for her first job. When she walked out of her last day of first grade, I pictured her walking the platform and receiving her degree.

I don’t know if I regret being done, I just know I long to go back. I long to feel a baby kick even though I never really felt like myself when I was pregnant. I ache to wake to midnight cries and smell their newborn skin, even though at the time I felt like I was losing my mind. I miss diapers and nap times and pudgy little hands wrapped in mine and I miss now like it’s already over.

Maybe someday it gets easier, I don’t really know. I think my aunt is right that even if I had four more I’d still grieve being done.

Today is one of those days though when I ache. I miss what’s past and I already miss what’s present. I already miss pouring bowls of cereal and Saturday morning cartoons. I already miss their bed heads and hello kitty pajamas.

I guess that’s motherhood right? Beauty and pain wrapped up in the most precious gift.

Love,
Jess

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03/07/2021

Edu-cake yourself with these 7 cool science cakes

Such awesome ideas

Why Ages 2-7 Matter So Much for Brain Development 24/06/2021

Why Ages 2-7 Matter So Much for Brain Development

Interesting article

Why Ages 2-7 Matter So Much for Brain Development Rich experiences—from play to the arts and relationships—fundamentally shape a young child’s development.

24/06/2021

This is gonna be good 😊

This is gonna be good 😊

20/06/2021

"When God Made A Father"

by an Unknown Author

When the good Lord was creating fathers, He started with a small frame. And an angel nearby said, "What kind of father is that? If you are going to make children so close to the ground, why make the fathers so high? He won't even be able to shoot marbles without kneeling, tuck a child into bed without bending, or even kiss a child good night without a lot of stooping.

God smiled and said, "Yes, but if I make him child-size, children couldn't look up to him."

Then God made the hands large and sinewy. And the angel protested again, "Large hands can't manage diapers, small buttons, or rubber bands around pony tails - or even remove splinters from baseball bats."

But God smiles and said, "Right. But they're large enough to hold everything a child empties from pockets, and still small enough to cup a child's face."

Then God molded long legs and broad shoulders. "Do you realize you just made him without a lap?" the angel chuckled.

"Mothers needs laps," God replied, "Father need strong shoulders to pull sleds and balance children on bicycles and hold sleepy heads on the way home from circuses."

As God was in the middle of creating two very large feet the angel could contain himself no longer. "That's not fair," he said. "Do you think he's going to be able to get those big boats out of bed in the middle of the night when the baby cries?" Or walk through a birthday party without crushing at least three of the guests?"

But God smiled and answered, "They'll work. You'll see. They'll support a small child and scare off the mice at the summer cabin."

God worked on, giving the father a firm authoritative voice, observant eyes, a calm and tolerant disposition. Then, almost as an afterthought, He added tears. He turned to the angel and said, "Father and Mothers are different, but they need to be able to love the same."

The angel said no more.

"When God Made A Father"

by an Unknown Author

When the good Lord was creating fathers, He started with a small frame. And an angel nearby said, "What kind of father is that? If you are going to make children so close to the ground, why make the fathers so high? He won't even be able to shoot marbles without kneeling, tuck a child into bed without bending, or even kiss a child good night without a lot of stooping.

God smiled and said, "Yes, but if I make him child-size, children couldn't look up to him."

Then God made the hands large and sinewy. And the angel protested again, "Large hands can't manage diapers, small buttons, or rubber bands around pony tails - or even remove splinters from baseball bats."

But God smiles and said, "Right. But they're large enough to hold everything a child empties from pockets, and still small enough to cup a child's face."

Then God molded long legs and broad shoulders. "Do you realize you just made him without a lap?" the angel chuckled.

"Mothers needs laps," God replied, "Father need strong shoulders to pull sleds and balance children on bicycles and hold sleepy heads on the way home from circuses."

As God was in the middle of creating two very large feet the angel could contain himself no longer. "That's not fair," he said. "Do you think he's going to be able to get those big boats out of bed in the middle of the night when the baby cries?" Or walk through a birthday party without crushing at least three of the guests?"

But God smiled and answered, "They'll work. You'll see. They'll support a small child and scare off the mice at the summer cabin."

God worked on, giving the father a firm authoritative voice, observant eyes, a calm and tolerant disposition. Then, almost as an afterthought, He added tears. He turned to the angel and said, "Father and Mothers are different, but they need to be able to love the same."

The angel said no more.

13/05/2021

What all are you ‘feeding’ your child’s inner self? Words of encouragement help to grow tiny hearts into big caring ones 🥰

What all are you ‘feeding’ your child’s inner self? Words of encouragement help to grow tiny hearts into big caring ones 🥰

09/05/2021

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03/05/2021

Couldn't agree more with this perspective from Dr. Meghan Owenz:

"The more a child has the ability to work through their boredom by finding new activities, the less they’ll be bored because their creativity will start to grow. In fact, you should do a little dance every time you hear your child whine that they’re bored because something amazing is about to happen."

She shares more wisdom and guidance in her new book, "Spoiled Right" and on her website: Screen-Free Parenting

03/05/2021

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