A Solution To School Traffic Stress – and a GIVEAWAY

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A Solution To School Traffic Stress - and a GIVEAWAY

School traffic is the pits. Whether you’re driving around the block several times to find a parking spot, waiting for a gap so you can reverse out of your parking space, or trying to drive along a narrow road with cars parked on both sides, there’s a level of frustration that comes with it.

On the Road Kidz Transport Services can help your school drop-off stress. They will transport your child from home to school, and back home in the afternoon. The drivers ensure that young children are escorted onto the school property, and parents will receive a message to confirm that their children are home in the afternoon. Their drivers all hold valid driver’s licenses as well as the permits required to transport children.

On the Road Kidz Transport Services currently operates only in the West Rand (Gauteng) during government school terms. They are available during holidays and over weekends by special request. On the Road Kidz Transport Services also offers transport to corporate functions, for school outings, as well as transport to the airport.

You can find more information about On the Road Kidz Transport Services on their website or email info@ontheroadkidz.co.za for a quote.


On the Road Kidz Transport Services is sponsoring a R500 Kalahari.com Voucher for one lucky Zombie Mom reader. To enter the giveaway, you need to:
Like Zombie Mom on Facebook
Like On the Road Kidz Transport Services on Facebook
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Leave a comment saying you’ve done the above three steps

The winner will be announced on Monday, 20 April 2015 on the Zombie Mom FB page.

Please note this competition is open to South African readers only. The prize will be in the form of a digital voucher. The winner will be drawn at random.


*dusts off blog*

I started this blog almost a year ago. I don’t know exactly what happened to that year.

I had big plans. I was going to post every week. I was going to be funny, clever and witty.

Maybe I would have been, if I was sleeping at night. We’ll never know.

Anyway. Here we are with another attempt. I hope it goes better than the last one.

It starts again

This mothering gig is a whole lot easier with just one child. With Poppet, I could nap when she did so it didn’t matter that I had to get up during the night to feed her. Ever since Pixie’s birth a month ago, the sleep-deprivation began anew but I no longer have the option of sleeping during the day. This two-year age gap seemed like a great idea when Hubby and I planned to have kids, but the reality is hard. One day, in what seems like the far-too-distant future, the age gap will make for a wonderful closeness, I’m sure.

But, right now, if I don’t get some sleep I may not survive to see that day.