October-November 2019

October-November 2019

I am their mother, I’m the one 1 min read

I am their mother, I’m the one Who leads and guides and carries on Strong for the task are these, my arms To comfort, shelter, soothe and calm

Vegan chickpea “tuna” sandwich — Cooking with Gia and Olive 1 min read

This vegan tuna sandwich recipe is perfect for a quick lunch.

How superheroes can help when teaching empathy to kids 2 min read

Despite their flaws or weaknesses (because they all still have those), true superheroes choose altruism over the pursuit of personal wealth and power.

How to respond when your child asks you why He can't hear God 1 min read

Q: What should I say to my five-year-old when he asks why he can't audibly hear God?

Toddlers: all the perks of a sociopath, none of the stigma 2 min read

You could spend the next couple of years fighting with your homegrown terrorist or you could lean in, my friend. Lean into the illogical hilarity that is The Toddler.

Lentil bolognese — Cooking with Gia and Olive 1 min read

Lentil bolognese: All the protein without the meat. Maintain a healthy diet with this quick and easy vegetarian pasta recipe. Perfect for meat-free Mondays . . . or whenever you feel like a vegetarian meal. At only 20 minutes to cook...

Need parenting help? We have 3 solutions you never saw coming 5 min read

Sometimes, the responsibility of being a parent can be overwhelming, but help is available during the moments when we feel like helpless little children.

Bibs & bobs — 28 October 2019 1 min read

Learning to speak? There's an order to teaching it right | Want to keep track of your child? Try using this | This is why dads are often happier, less stressed and less tired than mums when taking care of...

Chocolate Chia Pudding — Cooking with Gia and Olive 1 min read

This vegan chia pudding recipe is all indulgence minus the guilt and reat for a healthy breakfast. Packed with protein and Omega 3s, it’s super quick to make and will last you the week.

How to bond with your adopted child 4 min read

It’s been said that it takes a good person to love their own child well, but a different type of person entirely to love someone else’s child.