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Tuesday, 29 July 2014
Mommy stuffs : Cape Town
Some good to know things in Cape Town Please show your support, love & care by donating any amount to this dear family, for little Owens Cochlear implant. His operation will take place in Monday 4 August. Follow on their facebook page : Here
Here are their Banking Details
Contact Lisa for anything to do with parties, hiring, dress up costumes or party planning. Such a super lady :) "We run the kid’s party business, Party Things Online, and aim to offer you the perfect ingredients for you child’s party. We have teamed up with the best suppliers in our area, guaranteed to make your child’s party a success. Through us, you can book many services" visit her page Here. Like her page, to enter her competition, where she will be giving away a Party :)
One of my : most favorite clothing garments I own is this awesome jacket. Perfect for mommy walks, easy to clean for grubby fingers and super stylish and comfy:) ( mine s a pale blue) K-Way Women's Mira Softshell Jacket – R699: K-Way’s Mira is a ladies’ two-play softshell jacket made from a combination of fleece and softshell. Elasticated cuffs, an adjustable hem (which helps prevent cold air from getting under the jacket), and the fabric’s four-way stretch ensure optimum comfort. A single baffle behind the zip offers additional wind protection. Visit Cape Union Mart
Ezy Pzy Tutus : would make a super birthday gift for a pretty princess :)prices are available on request or custom made for your order.Shelley 082 560 8648 or firstname.lastname@example.org. All goodies hand made with love
Cape Town kiddie Friendly Restaurants
A variety of kiddie stuffs to do and see at each and everyone one of them : Bella Bellota: Bellville The playrooms equipped with PlayStations, DVD players, flat screens and other toys. There is also an indoor jungle gym and dedicated child minder.
The Black Marlin: Simonstown The garden area with benches, colouring books and a kids’ menu
Blue Water Café: Imhoff Farm : Kommetjie The play area, which includes a tree house, slides, see-saw, neighbouring animal farm and a kids’ menu.
Café Paradiso: Kloof Street Cape Town Supervised kids’ activities of pizza making, and baking and decorating cupcakes, as well as the section for kids on the à la carte menu.
Café Roux : Chapmans Peak Drive Cape Town The jungle gym and indoor play area for rainy days. There is also an extensive kids’ menu.
Deer Park Café : Vredehoek The large fenced property for kids to entertain themselves and a kids’ menu.
Die Damhuis: Melkbos Strand The jungle gym with slide, swings, sand area and the kids’ menu.
Dunes : Hout Bay The jungle gym, sand area, slides, swings and kids’ menu.
Easy Dig: Kommetjie Road Sunnydale The play park with swings, a see-saw, jungle gym and flexible à la carte menu with options for the kids.
Bossa Social Café and Bar(Somerset West) The jungle gym in a shape of a boat. Once your little pirate is done searching for treasure, he/she can order off the kids’ menu.
Café Blanc de Noir : Stellenbosch The kiddies’ outside play area and children’s pizza menu.
Cosecha: Franschoek The garden, children’s picnic blankets and baskets. Parents can enjoy their Tex-Mex inspired lunch from the à la carte menu at the table while their little ones are seated on a picnic blanket alongside, snacking on a choice of wors roll, chicken slider, or peanut butter and jam sandwich. The kids’ picnic basket includes yogurt, chips and juice (R45).
Eaglevlei Restaurant : Stellenbosch Jumping castles put up on Saturdays and Sundays and a kids’ menu.
Jordan Restaurant : Stellenbosch The big lawn, and steak and chips or fish and chips, with ice cream for dessert, at R120 for children under 10.
Lekke Neh at Weltevreden Estate : Stellenbosch The Carnival, where your child can enjoy the interactive playground whilst under the eye of a child minder (on weekends). The restaurant has a children’s menu that’s available every day of the week. Manuka at Southeys: Somerset West The outside play area with a jungle gym, a slide and swings. The children’s menu features some classics like fish fingers and pizza, but also has some grown-up meals like ribs and soup. The Millhouse Kitchen: Lourensford Wine Estate The garden area with jungle gym and kiddies’ menu. Pierneef à La Motte: Franschoek The water feature especially designed for kids and toddlers, a courtyard, a play area with a large chess set, and a children’s menu. Simonsberg Café at DelVera : Stellenbosch The go-carts, boot camp, access to ponies and horses, a jungle gym and a trampoline, pottery and kiddies’ menu. Skilpadvlei Restaurant: Stellenbosch The indoor and outside play areas and kids’ menu. Stables at Vergelegen: Somerset West The huge grounds and gardens, as well as a kids’ menu. Tables at Nitida: Durbanville The big open garden area with jungle gym and slides, colouring books and a kids’ menu. Tokara Delicatessen : Stellenbosch Tree house nests with swings and slide, a sand pit and a kids’ menu. For rainy days there’s a crate with toys, books and colouring books to keep the young ones occupied. Warwick Gourmet Picnics: Stellenbosch The picnic areas (from September onwards for the summer months) with comfy cushions that are set out next to the shaded tables, plus plenty of fenced-in room for kids to run around. A kiddies’ picnic basket and tapas option are also available.
Cape Town Mommies with Babies 0-1 years old. This is a great get together. Informative, helpful & a great little outing
The Tuesday group meet at Mediclinic Cape Town, from 10.30am- 12.30pm.
The Thursday group meet at Mediclinic Constantiaberg, from 10am - 12 noon.
The speaker at both groups this week ( Tuesday 29th July and Thursday 31st July ) is Joanna, a Paediatric Dietitian. She is experienced in infant and maternal nutrition,including baby-led weaning. She will be offering guidance for all stages of feeding from infants to healthy eating during childhood.
All further information is in the posts below. No need to pre-book. Just come along - the cost of the morning is R 50 including refreshments.
Please LIKE The Parent Centre facebook page, where we post weekly updates of the programme for both our groups.
For the Cape Town stay at home or office mommy: tune into Smile Fm 90.4 Specifically the 90's styled mom. Its a Cape Town based radio station. Great 'old school music' & informative chats. Take a look at their page Smile
Some Good to know factory shops -in a Cape Town
Bugzoo Factory Shop
31 Victoria Avenue, Hout Bay Map Mon – Sat: 9:00am – 5:00pm Sun: 10:00am – 4:00pm Tel: (021) 790 2555