12 Ways To Celebrate World Book Day

23 April is World Book Day and if you haven’t yet guessed it, we love everything about books… The smell of aged paper, the feel of the printed page between your fingertips… Books are fabulous and we need to do more to protect both the art of writing and the history that books have to…

Party Planning 101: An Arty Party

Some call it luck or good planning, but if you ask me, I would have totally avoided this chaotic week of constant celebration if given the choice. But alas, it’s just how things turned out. Once a year, my home is abuzz with party planning, crafts, cakes and so much more. You see, the very…

Born Too Soon: Raising Awareness on World Prematurity Day

Pregnancy is a time of celebration; a season marked with hope and the promise of new life. However, each year a staggering 15 million moms face the daunting reality of giving birth prematurely. This month, World Prematurity Day aims to raise awareness

10 Easy Craft Ideas For The Kids

With the festive season and summer holidays just around the corner, I’ve rounded up a few of our favourite crafts to keep the kids entertained! Try them… and let us know what your kids enjoyed most! By Tamsyn Cornelius

Door of Hope: Saving Abandoned Babies

There’s a bin in a wall where you can anonymously drop an unwanted baby and give them a second shot at life. Door of Hope in Johannesburg is making a real impact in the lives of abandoned kids!

Togetherhood: Help for the Quirky Kid

The saying is true that you need a village to raise a child. And so, over the past 18 months, I have written numerous parenting articles as a contributing writer over at Togetherhood – the ideal forum for parents of quirky kids.

From Argentina With Love

“You may not have my eyes or smile, but from that very first moment, you had my heart.” Say hello to our next #JewelInHisCrown, Verena Read, an entrepreneur mom who lives and works on her family farm in Malmesbury, Western Cape. By Tamsyn Cornelius As a young Argentinian girl on the cusp of adolescence, the idea…