Mothers get to hang out and interact

Mamalette Live provides a safe and welcoming environment for women to make friends, network, ask questions and get solutions.

Mamalette is an online community for mothers and mothers-to-be which has been in existence for about 2 years. Mamalette exists to help women make informed and life-saving decisions. We also act as a support, guide and friend for mothers and mothers-to-be during their first few years as parents.

Mamalette reaches over 40,000 mothers monthly through our website and forum. Till date over 73,000 mothers and mothers-to-be have liked our page on Facebook and through this platform we are able to reach over 170,000 mothers weekly.

Since inception over 390,000 people have visited our website with over 2.5 million pages on our website being read. Mamalette Live! is much more than a traditional motherhood expo; it is a year long conversation that culminates in a living breathing experience.

Over the past few years, we have developed an ongoing relationship with over 70,000 mothers and mothers-to-be on all our platforms who now look to Mamalette as a home to discover and connect with information that can help shape and improve their lives.

8:00am - 9:00am

Mamalette Live! Fitness Class in association with Truppr

Here a panel of fitness experts and nutritionists will offer tips and advice for new and old mums alike on the best ways to lose weight and live a healthy lifestyle pre and pro pregnancy. This session is sponsored by Truppr

9:00am - 10:00am

Registration and Exhibition

10:00am - 10:15am

Introduction / Welcome to Mamalette Live!

10.15am - 11:30am

Finance Session

A smart woman is on top of her game when it comes to money and money matters. Given that there is a direct relationship between financial freedom and quality of life, a command of money and money concepts is crucial to economic security and financial well-being. Meet and hear renowned financial gurus and learn strategies for successfully navigating today's challenging economic conditions so you can live the life of your dreams.

11:30am - 12:30pm

How to have a healthy pregnancy and birth experience

Representatives from many of the local hospitals, doctors and midwifery practices will discuss options, answer questions and offer useful tips and advice on how you can have a healthy pregnancy and birth experience.

Balancing motherhood and career

If you are anxious about how to keep your career on track while having babies, this is the session for you. Career experts would offer advice about how to manage your career and be a mother at the same time. Packed with informative tips about how to keep your mind sharp and your confidence in tact, this informative session will provide invaluable advice on everything from maintaining a fantastic CV to keeping networked during maternity leave as well as providing helpful insights about preparing to re-enter the workplace.

What you need to know to get pregnant and how to prepare for pregnancy

Whether you've just decided to try to get pregnant, have been trying for a while, or are about to have IVF, this session will go through the basics about getting pregnant, hormones and how the body works. Find out how nutrition can help you get pregnant and also prevent miscarriages. Come to this talk to discover the best diet, supplements and lifestyle factors to maximise your chances of getting, and staying, pregnant. How also to improve your chances for a successful IVF

12:30pm - 1.30pm

Lunch / Exhibition / Private Consultations

1:30pm - 2:30pm

Mamalettes can choose one session to attend

Stop Child Sex Abuse Workshop

Child sexual abuse is likely the most prevalent health problem children face, with the most serious array of consequences. In fact, 1 in 10 children will experience sexual abuse before their 18th birthday. This means it is highly likely that someone you know and care for has experienced, or is currently experiencing, child sexual abuse. It's going to happen whether you are prepared to deal with it or not - unless you stop it from happening. And the good news is, it can be stopped. Come learn how to stop and prevent child abuse in this informative workshop sponsored by Media Concern Initiative.

What to expect in the weeks following birth

You've given birth – now what? There's an amazing journey ahead, but many new parents report feeling completely unprepared for what happens when they return home with a new baby; having focused so hard on birth, they're not prepped for the reality of the first weeks with a brand new (and pretty demanding) human being. Our panel will share their wisdom on how to cope with the few weeks of parenthood: sleep (or lack of it), feeding, when to have visitors, family and relationship expectations, PND, your body after birth, and more.

Factors to consider when choosing a fertility clinic

Getting the right fit is just as essential as comparing success rates when deciding on a fertility clinic. Come and find out what you need to know about going to fertility clinics, what it involves, the prices and what you should expect.

2.30pm - 3.30pm

Sex, Love and Relationships

We will explore common relationship challenges faced by Mamalettes. Join us to learn how to reconnect with your spouse, and ways to support your wellbeing as a woman, a couple, and a family.

3.30pm - 5.00pm

Closing Speeches / Announcements / Networking / Exhibition


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