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BabyYumYum.co.za knows what parents want - they deliver through a series of innovative virtual Wellness Workshops!
What do parents really want? It's a question that has been asked for years. And BabyYumYum.co.za - the fastest-growing free parenting portal in South Africa - knows the answer: Parents want a trustworthy source of information to help them feel empowered on their parenting journey. And BabyYumYum.co.za's new series of one-day virtual Wellness Workshops deliver exactly that. 13 Oct 2022 Read more

BabyYumYum.co.za Product Awards guide parents on the most reputable products, saving time and money
An incredible 500,000+ votes were cast in last year's BabyYumYum.co.za Product of the Year Awards and 2022 is expected to be even bigger and better! 27 Sep 2022 Read more

Virtual Wellness Workshop helps solve the problem of picky eaters for parents
BabyYumYum.co.za partners with paediatric nutritionist and founder of Nutripaeds, Kath Megaw, to host a virtual Wellness Workshop on Saturday, 1 October 2022, to help parents tackle picky eating. 26 Aug 2022 Read more

Ackermans announced as the official headline partner of the BabyYumYum.co.za SA Parenting Blog Awards 2022
The SA Parenting Blog Awards for 2022, recently backed by BabyYumYum.co.za, SA's #1 Parenting Portal, has been echoed with keen involvement from Ackermans. 19 Jul 2022 Read more

BabyYumYum.co.za partners with SA Mom blogs for The SA Parenting Blog Awards 2022
BabyYumyum.co.za is proud to announce a pioneering partnership with SA Mom blogs and the upcoming SA Parenting Blog Awards 2022. 15 Jul 2022 Read more

Publicly breastfeeding challenges entrenched gender dynamics
Despite the fact that South Africa has a 30-year history of actively promoting breastfeeding through government campaigns, successfully leading to increased rates of breastfeeding in the country, attitudes towards breastfeeding in public often provoke heated reactions. Mothers are left uncomfortable and humiliated, while their babies are deprived of the nutritional and bonding benefits in the process. 20 Jul 2018 Read more

Key insights on fatherhood in South Africa
"There is no typical father in South Africa". So begins the introduction of the inaugural State of SA's Fathers Report(1). Released by Sonke Gender Justice (Sonke) and the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), the report provides insights into the status quo of fatherhood in South Africa, highlighting the importance of father involvement in family life, irrespective of marital or residence status. The traditional and somewhat restricted definition of 'father' as being defined by biological connection and living with a child is redefined and realistically expanded to reflect South African culture in the report. This shows fatherhood beyond simplistic models of the so-called norm of the nuclear family, encompassing the entire spectrum of fatherhood from social fathers such as maternal and paternal uncles, grandfathers, older brothers, to mother's partners who play a role in providing livelihood, education, guidance and paternal love. 20 Jul 2018 Read more

Avoiding guilt and other self-inflicted conditions as a parent
Amanda Rogaly lives her life by five key principles: 30 May 2018 Read more