People often ask me about when and how Wriggle and Rhyme began. So, this week I decided to share something of my story as the Founder of Wriggle and Rhyme. My story begins and continues with music and mothering at its core.
A mother’s passion
I started Wriggle and Rhyme in 2008. I was a mother to young children at the time, passionate about music education, desperate to be as available for my children as possible, but also needing to contribute to our household finances.
Wriggle and Rhyme is my passion project. Born out of a passion for music education and my own family.
As the business grew, it became clear that many other women shared my passion and purpose. They too were keen to be available for their families but also needed to contribute financially.
In 2012 the business model was licensed to allow other women to use the W&R intellectual property to earn an income.
We now have a number of branches across Cape Town running our BABY / TODDLER programmes.
You can find out more by watching this video:
A growing passion
As my children grew, so did my capacity and ideas. I continued writing songs and programmes. Over the years, I’ve written more than 40 original songs which are used in the current Wriggle and Rhyme programmes.
These were also adapted into original musical stories which you can access here or on your favourite STREAMING service:
A passionate team
I’ve been blessed to be surrounded by a team of incredible women who are so passionate about teaching and mothering too.
It’s an ongoing joy for me to work with each one of them. It’s also an ongoing privilege to witness how W&R is contributing financially to each of their households.
Could W&R be a good fit for you?
We currently have opportunities for women to take over the existing Licenses in FISH HOEK and SOMERSET WEST. These are established areas for W&R.
However, we will consider all areas where we’re not currently operating. So, if you’re looking for an opportunity to work from home, flexibly and earn well for your time, check out our Business Opportunity: