A little love goes a long way

2016-09-27 06:00
 Photo: supplied Some of the Upper Highway moms assisted by Moms and Babes organisation.

Photo: supplied Some of the Upper Highway moms assisted by Moms and Babes organisation.

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NESTLED in the heart of Kloof lies the precious Moms and Babes Upper Highway which offers new moms a safe haven to enjoy the early months of motherhood.

Moms and Babes Upper highway are support system, watching over the communities growing babies every step of the way with specific qualifications to do so.

According to Nicci Proome, the organisation is fun and interactive, which offers baby stimulation and motherhood as well.

“All teachers involved in the Upper Highway Moms and Babes are all moms themselves. We understand the joys, the battles and exceptional gratification one can get after becoming a mother. A lot of our clients are returned clients, we form friendships between new mothers and also form bonds between mother and group leader.

“Women supporting women, advice given rather than judgments made. We boast a multicultural environment from all backgrounds,” she said.

Proome said that the classrooms are bright, welcoming and full of fun.

“We boast an additional soft play room for those rainy days when our babies cannot go into the garden for outside time.”

She said that she prides herself by being a mom who has built a name for herself by simply using kindness and dedication to keeping moms feeling welcome, unique and heard.

She said that it has been her mission in life to build harmony amongst the people in her community.

“There is no better way for me to do this than proving a loving environment and quality advice,” she said.

Proome says that if a mother is loved their children will be loved in return. “Love is addictive, people thrive in life knowing someone loves them, some believes in them, someone has their back.

“She said that at the organisation there are a variety of income-paying parents, some who pay and other who trade in life skills to pay their fees, it is my mission to ensure every parent is given the opportunity to be informed and made to feel worthy as this is the only way our world will change. If parents­ cannot afford to pay I run free classes at a local indoor play area and restaurant where the restaurant also provides a free beverage. It’s all about giving back.”

For more information, contact nicci@momsandbabes.co.za or call 082 565 1956.

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