Pelvic Floor for Pregnancy

We have all heard what happens when mommy-to-be has a good giggle, or a sneeze. She tinkles a little. She is also constantly running, or waddling in this case, to the nearest ladies room. This is caused by a weakened pelvic floor. Of course, pregnancy isn’t the only cause of weakened pelvic floor muscles. Age and inactivity can also play a role. However, we mostly … Continue reading Pelvic Floor for Pregnancy

Seven Tummy Time Ideas

Tummy time is a vital part of your baby’s development.  Babies need time on their tummies to develop strong neck, back and shoulder muscles. It also helps them learn to push up, roll over, sit up and crawl. But what if you have a baby who doesn’t like tummy time? How do you make tummy time interesting and stimulating for your baby to encourage all … Continue reading Seven Tummy Time Ideas

New experienced Au Pair/Tutor available in the Southern Suburbs, Cape Town

Sitters4U would like to welcome Olivia to our team Olivia is based in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town and is seeking a long term half day position with children of any ages. She is also available for tutoring and babysitting. Olivia has 1 and a half years of professional childcare experience. She is very passionate about children and loves working with them and helping … Continue reading New experienced Au Pair/Tutor available in the Southern Suburbs, Cape Town

Infant Care Routines – Bathing a Newborn – Topping and Tailing

Bathing is not just about cleanliness, it’s also a wonderful bonding experience for both parent and child. For any care provider in fact, bathing can strengthen not only the care providers bond with the child but from a developmental view point, beyond simply strengthening bonds, experiences in the first year of life which teach the child that he or she can trust care providers and … Continue reading Infant Care Routines – Bathing a Newborn – Topping and Tailing

Infant Care Routines – Sleep like a Baby

Whoever it was that once said, “sleep like a baby” undoubtedly didn’t have one. Getting an infant to grow into a sleeping pattern is one of the most challenging areas of welcoming a new baby into the world, especially for first time parents. Personally, I was very lucky in this department, having had a significant amount of childcare experience by the time my own daughter … Continue reading Infant Care Routines – Sleep like a Baby

New Experienced Au Pair Available in Cape Town.

Sitters4U would like to welcome Mary to our team. Mary is based in Cape Town and is seeking a long term full day au pair position with children aged between 0 and 5 years old in the Southern Suburbs, Atlantic Seaboard, CBD or surrounds. Mary is also available for babysitting. She has 5 years of professional childcare experience and has completed an au pair, special … Continue reading New Experienced Au Pair Available in Cape Town.

Bonding with Your Unborn Baby

Unlike most would think, bonding with your unborn baby is not something that happens miraculously. Some mommies instantly feel a bond, whilst others take longer to grow a connection. Whether you want to or not however, baby can feel when you are happy, when you are sad, when you are stressed and when you are at ease.   Taking time out during your pregnancy to … Continue reading Bonding with Your Unborn Baby