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Au Pair SA is a website dedicated to helping South African families find
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As a family looking to hire an au pair, you can search for au pairs matching
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Au Pair SA is a website offering a free service for au pairs looking for au
pair jobs in South Africa.
As an au pair, you can search online for au pair jobs in your area, and you are
also able to apply online for any positions that you would like to interview
A collection of childcare articles from around the web that families and
caregivers have found useful in raising happy, healthy and successful kids. We
welcome all suggestions for articles to feature and requests for topics to
cover, so please
e-mail us to let us know!
Dealing with Post Natal Depression
Information provided by Dr Terri Henderson for Spice4Life.co.za on this common,
potentially serious and often misunderstood health problem.
Strep thoats are so common among kids of a school-going age that they are often
referred to as the “occupational disease of school children”. This article from
DrSpock.com offers advice for parents on diagnosing and treating strep throat
Five Reasons to Stop Saying
“Rewards and punishments are not opposites at all; they are two sides of the
same coin. And it is a coin that does not buy very much”. This is the view of
Alfie Kohn, considered an leading figure in the progressive education by
movement by many, including Oprah who has twice featured the author on her
show. Whether you agree with his views or not, this article makes interesting
Dads: How to
be More Involved with Your Baby
A few quick tips on how dad can help build the important father-baby bond.
Q & A with Adele Faber and Elaine
Authors Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish have had several of their parenting
books featured on the New York Times bestseller list, including “How to Talk So
Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk” which has sold over 2 million
copies. Here they answer some of the questions that they are most often asked
by parents of adolescents and teens.
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