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Reviewing

Sometimes I find products, places and things that I absolutely adore and figure if we all in this trial and error together let me tell you what worked for me. :)

Rhino Coin Bank – Raising funds for WildLife ACT

Recently the world’s last living male northern white Rhino died. Isn’t sad to think how this incredibly majestic species is on the verge of extinction? How our grandchildren may not one day be able to see it in real life? The last time Ian and I visited a wildlife park, the absolute surrealism of being in the presence of such a creature wrecked me. I was so overwhelmed. For this reason I absolutely love supporting initiatives that are fighting this – not only for us, but for generations to come.

rhino coin bank

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Frog Hops Off! {Childrens Book Review}

Relatable stories with lessons are always a favourite for me with my littlies. Frog Hops Off, one of the books received from Pan Macmillan is just that. Add to that animals, that are young and beautifully animated, with quick easy to follow story lines – you have a winning recipe for a children’s story! Daniel loves that each picture has more than just the characters, they include a lot of detail so there is a lot for him to point out in terms of colours and familiar things.

frog hops off

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A yummy, funny any-time story – Cake {Children’s Book Review}

Creating a love for books has been my favourite part of having children. Seeing Emilie lost in a good book brings back so many good memories from when I, too, got lost in a world of imagination as a child. Daniel mimicking those behaviours brings me so much joy, knowing he is already establishing a love and respect for books at such a young age. So when Pan Macmillan sent us some books to review I was notably ecstatic!

Cake

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Raising Empathetic Leaders with HICH South Africa

I have spent quite some time thinking about my overall parenting goal after my interview with Supna a few weeks ago. What is the one thing I want for my children? Who would I like them to be? What would I like them to be known for? I must say it is such an easy question, with so many facets and branches. Not a very simple answer. It has to be though, I thought. Every time I ask myself if what I am doing is feeding the goal, surely I can’t spend 20 minutes dissecting the goal?

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