I am always amazed by the absolute love children exhibit when playing with anything involving water. It doesn’t matter if the game is calm or chaotic, adding water to any activity seems to increase it’s success level tenfold. With younger children, we tend to be more nervous about allowing them near too much water due to safety concerns. So here are 3 simply and safe … Continue reading Three Easy Water Activities for Toddlers
New mature au pair with over 20 years of experience and ECD qualification available in the Northern Suburbs of Cape Town Continue reading Professional Au Pair available in the Northern Suburbs, Cape Town
Children are constantly absorbing information and learning from the world around them. The best teacher for young children is play and interaction with their environment. Little ones also love to mimic their parents. There are many day to day chores we take for granted that our children absolutely love. These are things like washing our cars (or going to the car wash), preparing meals, vacuuming, … Continue reading Shopping Trolley Game
Sitters4U would like to welcome Jacqueline to the Team! Jacqueline is based in the south of Cape Town and is seeking a long term full day Au Pair position with children aged between 0 and 5 years old. Jacqueline is also available for babysitting. She has over 5 years childcare experience and has completed an ECD National Diploma at Northlink College. You can view her … Continue reading New Au Pair available in Cape Town
It’s a big question for a lot of new mommies, can I go back to work and still breastfeed my child? The resounding answer is happily ‘yes’, you will just need a little preparation to make it a successful transition. You will need to invest in a good breast pump and a double pump will be best. If your office has a nursery, you will … Continue reading Can I Breastfeed After I Go Back to Work?
Over the last few weeks we have been exploring the topic of breastfeeding. Today we investigate the let-down reflex and how to make sure yours is working well. Stress, anxiety, baby blues, and post partum depression can interfere with your let-down reflex. The let-down reflex is your bodies natural release of milk into the milk ducts, triggered by hormones that are released when your baby … Continue reading The Let-Down Reflex – Breastfeeding
It’s a big worry for a lot of new moms. The question, is my baby getting enough milk? It’s a question which tends to create stress for new mummies during what should be a beautiful period in a mother’s life, is worrying about producing enough milk. It’s very rare for women not to produce enough milk but it may take a while for you to … Continue reading Is My Baby Getting Enough Milk? – Breastfeeding