If there is one small mercy for mothers as a result of this pandemic, I pray that its’ a deep acknowledgement of the role that mothers and mothering plays in our society. The world hasn’t stopped in lock down. The economy isn’t ruined. It ticks over in the stabilising force of mothers showing up for their families in their homes – doing important, life-affirming work to steady little children who will grow up to do great things.
It’s August, which means it’s Women’s Month in South Africa. A month when we remember the powerful role women played in the fight for a democratic country. Somewhere between 1994 and now, Women’s Month has frequently been reduced to high teas and lots of pink advertising. If the Total Shutdown
Embracing Tasmin, Mom of a Preemie Every mother’s story is as unique and important as she is. Moms speak, we listen. For our latest Meet The Mom we got chatting with Tasmin Johnson. Tasmin’s son was born prematurely at just 7 months, and she opened up to us about the importance
Tuesday Check-In. A simple start to being intentional with our friendships. Today, the power of technology means we are living in an era where information is right at our fingertips. We can swipe for knowledge, swipe for our shopping and we can even meet new friends online. Yet, in
Celebration isn’t frivolous – it’s powerful! Black Babywearing Week 2018 is underway and we’re celebrating what this means for black mothers in South Africa.
Whether you wrap, sling, buckle or tie your baby to your body – the revolution will be carried!