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Kinderling Kids Radio

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Feed Play Love
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Feed Play Love

Kinderling Kids Radio

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From nurturing newborns to taming toddlers, we unravel the art and science of parenting with real-life stories and expert advice. The hilarious to the humbling and all the nitty gritty in between. Hosted by mum of two and journalist, Shevonne Hunt. Senior Producer and editor is Debby Ng.

Latest Episodes

Say Hello: How parents can help children understand difference

Carly Findlay is a writer, podcaster and activist. She's written a memoir before hitting forty, but she's got a lot to say. It's a book for those who are disabled, and those who are not. It's an attempt to get people to understand words like "micro aggression" and what it means to be subjected to them, day in and day out. But it's also a manifesto on difference and self-love. Carly talks about growing up with Ichthyosis and explains how parents can help their children understand facial difference. Say Hello is available now, and you can find Carly on Instagram @carlyfindlay and you can support her work through her website. Growing up Disabled in Australia is due out in April 2020 through Black Inc Books.

36 MIN20 h ago
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Say Hello: How parents can help children understand difference

What is tongue tie?

Tongue tie can have a big impact on how your baby feeds, and how it feels when you breastfeed your baby. Dr Elysia Thornton-Benko explains what tongue tie is, and how it's corrected.

8 MIN1 d ago
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What is tongue tie?

How to get your partner to do their share of the housework

In 2019 women are still doing the majority of the domestic work at home, regardless of whether they're working outside the home or not. Eve Rodsky is an organisational specialist who believed that she was in an equitable relationship. Then she had kids and discovered that she was bearing the majority of the burden. Her solution was to invent a game, called Fair Play, and she's written a book to help couples everywhere play it. Eve explains how to get your partner to sign up to the game, and the difference it's made in her own family life.

15 MIN2 d ago
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How to get your partner to do their share of the housework

Understanding the impact of baby loss

Traditionally, women have been encouraged to keep their pregnancy a secret until three months, given that the first three months are when many miscarriages happen. But such secrecy doesn't help those who experience pregnancy loss, nor the wider community in how to support and care for someone whose child has died. Annabel Bower is a mother of three, and owner of the catering company Food By Annabel. She explains what her experience of pregnancy loss, and what kind of support helped her the most.

23 MIN3 d ago
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Understanding the impact of baby loss

Helpline: Fussy eating toddlers, night-wandering three-year-olds and more

Mothercraft nurse Chris Minogue brings over 30 years experience to help parents with their babies and small children. Chris answers questions about sleep, feeding and behaviour. This episode of Helpline includes: A three-and-a-half-year-old who wants to sleep with her parents, a fussy eating 22-month-old and an equally fussy two-year-old, a four-month-old who was sleeping brilliantly and now is waking through the night and when to drop a bottle for a nine-month-old.

28 MIN4 d ago
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Helpline: Fussy eating toddlers, night-wandering three-year-olds and more

How to talk about loss with children

Mel Greenhalgh is a grief educator. She's experienced just about every kind of loss in a short period of time. Her mum, her sister and the loss of her house to fire. She's also been diagnosed with cancer and has taken in her children's kids and raised them alongside her own. She has had many conversations about loss and discovered a lot along the way. Mel talks about the best way to talk to kids about loss, both sudden and impending.

32 MIN1 w ago
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How to talk about loss with children

How to set good sleep foundations from the beginning

Many midwives will tell you that babies are born to feed not sleep. Most parents will understand the truth of that, but paediatric sleep consultant Veena Parry says there are ways to set up good sleep foundations for the future. Veena gives her tips for how to start up a good sleep routine for your baby, so that when they are ready to sleep through you're starting from a strong base.

20 MIN1 w ago
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How to set good sleep foundations from the beginning

Life with 16 children: How this mum runs a large family

These days you'll find a lot of articles about whether you should go from one to two kids and three children is considered a large family. But Jeni Bonell and her husband decided to really buck the trend and have sixteen children. Jeni answers all the questions about how she runs such a large family (including doing all the washing!)

12 MIN1 w ago
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Life with 16 children: How this mum runs a large family

Kaz Cooke on managing domestic drudgery after babies

I love being a domestic slave! Said no woman ever. Kaz Cooke has just released an updated edition of Up the Duff, 20 years after the original was created. In this edition, she provides a list of things you should talk about with your partner before the baby comes, things that would be difficult to even conceive without guidance from someone who's been there. Kaz talks about the things we forget to talk about, and why they can make so much difference to household harmony once the baby arrives.

24 MIN1 w ago
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Kaz Cooke on managing domestic drudgery after babies

The aches and pains of pregnancy (and what to do about them)

Babies take up a lot of room and can cause some discomfort as they grow. Dr David Addenbrooke is an obstetrician and co-author of 9 months, The Essential Australian Guide to Pregnancy. He talks about the most common pains that can occur during pregnancy, and ways of alleviating them.

5 MIN1 w ago
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The aches and pains of pregnancy (and what to do about them)

Latest Episodes

Say Hello: How parents can help children understand difference

Carly Findlay is a writer, podcaster and activist. She's written a memoir before hitting forty, but she's got a lot to say. It's a book for those who are disabled, and those who are not. It's an attempt to get people to understand words like "micro aggression" and what it means to be subjected to them, day in and day out. But it's also a manifesto on difference and self-love. Carly talks about growing up with Ichthyosis and explains how parents can help their children understand facial difference. Say Hello is available now, and you can find Carly on Instagram @carlyfindlay and you can support her work through her website. Growing up Disabled in Australia is due out in April 2020 through Black Inc Books.

36 MIN20 h ago
Comments
Say Hello: How parents can help children understand difference

What is tongue tie?

Tongue tie can have a big impact on how your baby feeds, and how it feels when you breastfeed your baby. Dr Elysia Thornton-Benko explains what tongue tie is, and how it's corrected.

8 MIN1 d ago
Comments
What is tongue tie?

How to get your partner to do their share of the housework

In 2019 women are still doing the majority of the domestic work at home, regardless of whether they're working outside the home or not. Eve Rodsky is an organisational specialist who believed that she was in an equitable relationship. Then she had kids and discovered that she was bearing the majority of the burden. Her solution was to invent a game, called Fair Play, and she's written a book to help couples everywhere play it. Eve explains how to get your partner to sign up to the game, and the difference it's made in her own family life.

15 MIN2 d ago
Comments
How to get your partner to do their share of the housework

Understanding the impact of baby loss

Traditionally, women have been encouraged to keep their pregnancy a secret until three months, given that the first three months are when many miscarriages happen. But such secrecy doesn't help those who experience pregnancy loss, nor the wider community in how to support and care for someone whose child has died. Annabel Bower is a mother of three, and owner of the catering company Food By Annabel. She explains what her experience of pregnancy loss, and what kind of support helped her the most.

23 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Understanding the impact of baby loss

Helpline: Fussy eating toddlers, night-wandering three-year-olds and more

Mothercraft nurse Chris Minogue brings over 30 years experience to help parents with their babies and small children. Chris answers questions about sleep, feeding and behaviour. This episode of Helpline includes: A three-and-a-half-year-old who wants to sleep with her parents, a fussy eating 22-month-old and an equally fussy two-year-old, a four-month-old who was sleeping brilliantly and now is waking through the night and when to drop a bottle for a nine-month-old.

28 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Helpline: Fussy eating toddlers, night-wandering three-year-olds and more

How to talk about loss with children

Mel Greenhalgh is a grief educator. She's experienced just about every kind of loss in a short period of time. Her mum, her sister and the loss of her house to fire. She's also been diagnosed with cancer and has taken in her children's kids and raised them alongside her own. She has had many conversations about loss and discovered a lot along the way. Mel talks about the best way to talk to kids about loss, both sudden and impending.

32 MIN1 w ago
Comments
How to talk about loss with children

How to set good sleep foundations from the beginning

Many midwives will tell you that babies are born to feed not sleep. Most parents will understand the truth of that, but paediatric sleep consultant Veena Parry says there are ways to set up good sleep foundations for the future. Veena gives her tips for how to start up a good sleep routine for your baby, so that when they are ready to sleep through you're starting from a strong base.

20 MIN1 w ago
Comments
How to set good sleep foundations from the beginning

Life with 16 children: How this mum runs a large family

These days you'll find a lot of articles about whether you should go from one to two kids and three children is considered a large family. But Jeni Bonell and her husband decided to really buck the trend and have sixteen children. Jeni answers all the questions about how she runs such a large family (including doing all the washing!)

12 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Life with 16 children: How this mum runs a large family

Kaz Cooke on managing domestic drudgery after babies

I love being a domestic slave! Said no woman ever. Kaz Cooke has just released an updated edition of Up the Duff, 20 years after the original was created. In this edition, she provides a list of things you should talk about with your partner before the baby comes, things that would be difficult to even conceive without guidance from someone who's been there. Kaz talks about the things we forget to talk about, and why they can make so much difference to household harmony once the baby arrives.

24 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Kaz Cooke on managing domestic drudgery after babies

The aches and pains of pregnancy (and what to do about them)

Babies take up a lot of room and can cause some discomfort as they grow. Dr David Addenbrooke is an obstetrician and co-author of 9 months, The Essential Australian Guide to Pregnancy. He talks about the most common pains that can occur during pregnancy, and ways of alleviating them.

5 MIN1 w ago
Comments
The aches and pains of pregnancy (and what to do about them)