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Nicholas Hoines

Nicholas was 14mnths/15mnths and he was still waking up for a bottle at about 2am every morning, and by this time and after doing it for so long I was exhausted. We were also planning to start for a second child and so I thought I have to do something now or I will be waking up for 2 children for feeds instead of one. 

Jacqui put us on a strict 3 week sleep and eating routine and it worked wonders. The first 3 nights were the hardest and my heart broke as he cried that first night, but I knew that it was for the good of all of us and today he is eating better and sleep right through now for 2 months and I have my sense of humour back! 

I could've followed the books for sleep training but I thought that I need to take mine and Nicholas situation and apply the sleep training to us and that is exactly what Jacqui did and was worth every penny. The nice thing is that you can contact Jacqui when you need her advice she is there for you for support. 

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Luwaldt Van Der Linde

My son Luwaldt (a wonderful blessing in our lives) has never been a great sleeper, but by around 10 months of age we hit rock bottom. He was up between 8 and 11 times per night and there was no daytime routine to talk about. The only way I could settle him to sleep was by breastfeeding and rocking, which took forever. I was teary and short tempered and very, very tired, as was my husband. 

In all honesty, the Baby Love routine was tough the first day or two. Luwaldt cried quite a bit, but we persevered. His sleeping improved tremendously from the second day onwards. He now falls asleep on his own (no more rocking or feeding). His day routine is like clockwork. I can plan outings and activities because I know when he will be sleeping and for how long. He still wakes about once per night, but we can more than deal with this. Luwaldt is also a happier child, because he is getting enough rest and there is structure to his day. We are soooo greatful that we implemented the Baby Love program. I loved the fact that their approach was holistic. Highly recommended!! x

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Personal Breakthrough Workshop for Women - 25 Feb

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In the Personal Breakthrough Workshop for Women, we uncover how you create patterns that keep you stuck. The objective is to get you unstuck, to make your life lighter. We are not expecting you to reach enlightenment in one day, just a shift in awareness along with some practical steps to get you started. It’s amazing how the safety of a sisterhood can facilitate the change you need to make.

In the Personal Breakthrough Workshop for Women, you will learn:

  • Why you perpetuate unwanted behaviour
  • What you can do to get unstuck
  • How you can make your life lighter

Date: Saturday 25 February, 9am to 3.30pm - includes lunch.

Venue: Auberge Hollandaise, 106 Kenneth Kaunda Drive, Durban North.

Cost: R1 250 per person - book and pay before 17 February and pay only R1 000.

Stephanie Moss and Lynda Irvine-Leversha are NLP Master Practitioners who have worked with hundreds of women, empowering them by leading them back to their ‘real’ selves.

To book your space contact NLP Durban on 082 990 0090 or Stephanie: 074 112 2818,

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Can either be collected in Norwood or Sandton or can be delivered to your doorstep via courier at an additional charge

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Workshop Series for Parents of 7-10 year olds!


Tools for Having "The Talks" with 7-10 year olds will be held over the first three Saturday mornings in March!

Come learn what information your child should have about their bodies, safety and touching, as well as family creation and sex. You will also learn how to have these conversations with your children in a way that makes you a safe person to talk to about such things, and a resource for your child if they ever need to talk about these things.

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Little Kickers provides boys and girls from 18 months to 7 years, a positive introduction to sport through coaching high quality football skills in a fun, "Play not Push", pressure-free environment. Little Kickers promotes: Physical Development, Balance, Coordination, Numeracy skills, Confidence, Dexterity, Agility, Creativity, Independence, Sharing, Teamwork, Fitness, Listening, Kindness, Learning, Awareness, Values, Enjoyment, Social Skills, Language Development, and FUN!We've got it all covered! 4 unique classes are offered:

Little Kicks (18months - 2,5yrs)

Junior Kicks (2,5yrs - 3,5yrs)

Mighty Kickers (3,5yrs - 5yrs)

Mega Kickers (5yrs - 7yrs)

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Contact Toma: 078 232 1331 / / Facebook @littlekickerspretoriaeast

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Philip Hughes

After having successfully sleep trained our first child by implementing the Baby Love programme, we always knew we would most definitely use the programme with our second child as we saw the positive effect on Cameron's overall development. 

We met with Jacqui just before Philip (Cameron's baby-brother) turned 5 months old, but sadly he got Pneumonia that same week and was admitted to hospital - sleep training took a back seat. Three weeks later and after so many exhausting nights we were desperate. I think Philip learnt so many bad habits from his stay in hospital as there was no structured routine and when he finally fell asleep, he would be woken up by nurses to be nebulized. I would push a bottle in his mouth every 10 minutes out of desperation to stop his crying and to get him to sleep, it was a nightmare! Things got worse when he was discharged. He woke up frequently, refused to sleep by himself, we had to push him in his pram or rock him to sleep. As soon as he saw his cot he would start crying. He didn't sleep during the day and was up every 40 minutes at night. After assessing his health (never sleep train a sick baby!) we decided it was time to implement Baby Love. 

Almost two months later and we have a happy and content little guy that sleeps straight through from 18:30 to 06:30 (very happy parents?), and when he finally wakes up he is quite happy to lie in his cot cooing and playing. His day sleeps are perfect as he sleeps three times a day for 90 minutes at a time. 

Sleep training is really hard in the beginning. Philip's days took much longer to fall into place compared to his nights which fell into place after two nights of training! Remember: you are teaching your child the ultimate skill - to self soothe and the benefits far outweigh the negatives. 

Philip is thriving on the Baby Love programme. His eating and drinking has improved a lot, he settles by himself and most importantly - he sleeps a solid 12 hours stretch at night. We are happy parents and love the fact that the structured routine allows us time with his older brother and for each other. Both boys go down at 18:30 and Mom & Dad have their quality time together!!!! I love it!!!! 

The Baby Love programme brings structure back into your life. Thank you to Jacqui for helping us with both our boys! We are one happy, well-rested family!

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