18 Jul 2019
Motherhood doesn’t come with a manual, but it does come with Cuddlers and The Kamano Wellness and Baby Suite. Both strongly believe in educating, empowering and caring for mothers, so they’ve partnered up by creating support sessions where new moms (and moms-to-be) can learn all they need to know about pregnancy, birth, and parenting techniques.
These support sessions are run by experts and cover topics such as:
• The first 1 000 days of life
• Co-parenting techniques
• The importance of a balanced diet
At the most recent session, mothers enjoyed a lovely lunch while engaging in a fully interactive discussion with staff members from The Kamano Wellness and Baby Suite. The mothers didn’t go home empty-handed, either. Cuddlers generously donated baby wipes and vouchers, and a competition saw five lucky moms receiving a Cuddlers nappy hamper.
According to Murray Booth, the marketing executive at Cuddlers, the ‘happy baby company’ aspires to give back, especially to moms, wherever possible. “We appreciate all the work that moms do for their little ones and for the rest of their family, so we wanted to give them a little something to show our appreciation,” said Booth.
Sister Winnie-Dimakatso Victoria Seleka, the head nurse and midwife at The Kamano Wellness and Baby Suite, understands just how hard it is to be a mom. “Motherhood is the best but most difficult job in the world. It’s all about giving without expecting anything in return. That’s where we come in; we’re here to give back to moms,” said Seleka.
Cuddlers and The Kamano Wellness and Baby Suite are dedicated to empowering all mothers and aim to give them the tools they need to look after their children. They invite all moms and moms-to-be to join future support sessions.
These sessions take place every quarter; the next session is in August 2019 (date to be confirmed) and will be held at The Kamano Wellness and Baby Suite, 21 North Street, Mafikeng.
Registration fee: R50
Details: Winnie 063 137 7848