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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. Produced and presenter by mum of two and journalist, Shevonne Hunt.

Latest Episodes

R_The keys to your toddler's success

Toddlers can be a handful. They're pushing boundaries and they never sit still. But Dr Laura Jana says that the toddler years are some of the most important for building our child's capacity for success in the future. And it's not about preparing them for skills like reading and writing. Laura explains the true key to unlocking your toddler's success. Laura Jana's book is called The Toddler Brain.

15 MIN3 h ago
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R_The keys to your toddler's success

Helpline: Day care drop offs, night waking and toddler tantrums

There is a lot to love about being a parent, but there are challenges too. Sleepless nights, food on the floor, tears in the shopping aisle. When you find yourself facing a situation and you just can't find a solution, Helpline is here to lend a hand. This week Mothercraft nurse and author of Bringing Baby Home Chris Minogue helped parents with: A three-year-old struggling with daycare drop off, a two-and-a-half-year-old waking up through the night, a five-week-old who wakes from naps upset, a cat-napping three-month-old, a two-and-a-half-year-old who has dropped his day nap and is now waking super early, a one-year-old who tantrums when they don't get assistance, whether to persevere with a swaddle for a seven-week-old, whether to keep a dummy for a seven-month-old, a 17-month-old who insists on company falling to fall asleep and a three-month-old who hates the bath.

28 MIN1 d ago
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Helpline: Day care drop offs, night waking and toddler tantrums

Why dogs make the best pets

There are a lot of great benefits to having a family pet, but what pet do you want to become a part of your family? Katie Hunter is the founder of Dogs for Kids, a not-for-profit group that trains assistant and therapy dogs for children. She has a number of reasons why dogs make the best pets. If you're thinking of getting a dog for your family, Katie has some advice on how to choose the right one.

8 MIN2 d ago
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Why dogs make the best pets

Navigating divorce with young children

We all want the best for our children, and sometimes that is separating from their other parent. Separation is a difficult experience for everyone, but how do we minimise the impact on our kids? Rachel Bridge is a mum and psychologist who is part of a blended family. Rachel explains the best way to help kids feel secure and safe in the midst of profound family change.

13 MIN3 d ago
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Navigating divorce with young children

R_Dealing with anger in the family

Children can be incredibly triggering for adults. Sometimes it seems they've been born knowing exactly what red button to push. So how do you manage your own anger? Sam Loy is a podcaster from Human Ordinary and dad who realised that his anger was out of control. He talks about what made him realise he wasn't dealing with his emotions well and what he did about it.

19 MIN6 d ago
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R_Dealing with anger in the family

R_Everything you ever need to know about getting rid of nits

Before having children you probably never considered listening to an entire episode on nits. Once you have kids who attend daycare or school, chances are the topic could hold your fascination for hours. Deborah MacIntyre founded No Nits Now after discovering a need for effective nit removal. But demand is always high, so she's happy to share her secrets on how to get rid of nits properly. Deborah dismisses myths and gives her top tips on removing the little pests.

27 MIN1 w ago
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R_Everything you ever need to know about getting rid of nits

Helpline with Karina Lane: Skipping day naps, toilet training troubles and more

Babies and toddlers can often dance to the beat of their own drum. When it comes to sleeping, feeding, toilet training and other necessary elements of life, they rarely follow any definitive guide book. That's where Helpline and our experts come into the picture. On this episode sleep consultant Karina Lane helps parents navigate: A 26-month-old refusing day naps, three-year-old toilet training regressions, a 14-month-old who is waking through the night, toddler bedtime routines for a party animal, a toddler who is scared to poo in the toilet, a clingy nine-month-old whose sleep routine is falling apart, helping a new born sleep through noise and a three-year-old with challenging behaviour. If you're interested in more in-depth consulting check out Babyology's Sleep School.

31 MIN1 w ago
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Helpline with Karina Lane: Skipping day naps, toilet training troubles and more

R_Helping little kids understand big emotions

As children grow they are learning all kinds of new things. How to eat solid food, crawl, speak, walk and use the toilet. But of all the things a child is learning, understanding their own emotions can be the steepest learning curve of all. In fact, it's probably a learning curve most adults are still on! Anthony Semann is an educator for Early Learning Teachers at Semann and Slattery. He gives us some tips on how to help children understand their big emotions.

15 MIN1 w ago
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R_Helping little kids understand big emotions

R_Pinky McKay: How to set up successful breastfeeding

Breastfeeding does not always come naturally. In fact, ask around and you'll find that most women have to work at it. Pinky McKay is a lactation consultant and author. She says there are ways you can be better prepared for breastfeeding. Pinky talks about some simple ways to start breastfeeding successfully.

17 MIN1 w ago
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R_Pinky McKay: How to set up successful breastfeeding

Dr Jamal Rifi on what it takes to be a great dad

What do you think makes a great dad? Dr Jamal Rifi has shown generosity and compassion in his work with the Muslim Doctors Against Violence and the Christian Muslim Friendship Society. So what was it in Jamal's childhood that helped him become such an altruistic adult, and what kinds of values has he aimed to instil in his own children? Jamal talks about his father and what he believes makes a dad great. If you would like to nominate a dad for Father of the Year, head to the Shepherd Centre's website.

9 MIN1 w ago
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Dr Jamal Rifi on what it takes to be a great dad

Latest Episodes

R_The keys to your toddler's success

Toddlers can be a handful. They're pushing boundaries and they never sit still. But Dr Laura Jana says that the toddler years are some of the most important for building our child's capacity for success in the future. And it's not about preparing them for skills like reading and writing. Laura explains the true key to unlocking your toddler's success. Laura Jana's book is called The Toddler Brain.

15 MIN3 h ago
Comments
R_The keys to your toddler's success

Helpline: Day care drop offs, night waking and toddler tantrums

There is a lot to love about being a parent, but there are challenges too. Sleepless nights, food on the floor, tears in the shopping aisle. When you find yourself facing a situation and you just can't find a solution, Helpline is here to lend a hand. This week Mothercraft nurse and author of Bringing Baby Home Chris Minogue helped parents with: A three-year-old struggling with daycare drop off, a two-and-a-half-year-old waking up through the night, a five-week-old who wakes from naps upset, a cat-napping three-month-old, a two-and-a-half-year-old who has dropped his day nap and is now waking super early, a one-year-old who tantrums when they don't get assistance, whether to persevere with a swaddle for a seven-week-old, whether to keep a dummy for a seven-month-old, a 17-month-old who insists on company falling to fall asleep and a three-month-old who hates the bath.

28 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Helpline: Day care drop offs, night waking and toddler tantrums

Why dogs make the best pets

There are a lot of great benefits to having a family pet, but what pet do you want to become a part of your family? Katie Hunter is the founder of Dogs for Kids, a not-for-profit group that trains assistant and therapy dogs for children. She has a number of reasons why dogs make the best pets. If you're thinking of getting a dog for your family, Katie has some advice on how to choose the right one.

8 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Why dogs make the best pets

Navigating divorce with young children

We all want the best for our children, and sometimes that is separating from their other parent. Separation is a difficult experience for everyone, but how do we minimise the impact on our kids? Rachel Bridge is a mum and psychologist who is part of a blended family. Rachel explains the best way to help kids feel secure and safe in the midst of profound family change.

13 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Navigating divorce with young children

R_Dealing with anger in the family

Children can be incredibly triggering for adults. Sometimes it seems they've been born knowing exactly what red button to push. So how do you manage your own anger? Sam Loy is a podcaster from Human Ordinary and dad who realised that his anger was out of control. He talks about what made him realise he wasn't dealing with his emotions well and what he did about it.

19 MIN6 d ago
Comments
R_Dealing with anger in the family

R_Everything you ever need to know about getting rid of nits

Before having children you probably never considered listening to an entire episode on nits. Once you have kids who attend daycare or school, chances are the topic could hold your fascination for hours. Deborah MacIntyre founded No Nits Now after discovering a need for effective nit removal. But demand is always high, so she's happy to share her secrets on how to get rid of nits properly. Deborah dismisses myths and gives her top tips on removing the little pests.

27 MIN1 w ago
Comments
R_Everything you ever need to know about getting rid of nits

Helpline with Karina Lane: Skipping day naps, toilet training troubles and more

Babies and toddlers can often dance to the beat of their own drum. When it comes to sleeping, feeding, toilet training and other necessary elements of life, they rarely follow any definitive guide book. That's where Helpline and our experts come into the picture. On this episode sleep consultant Karina Lane helps parents navigate: A 26-month-old refusing day naps, three-year-old toilet training regressions, a 14-month-old who is waking through the night, toddler bedtime routines for a party animal, a toddler who is scared to poo in the toilet, a clingy nine-month-old whose sleep routine is falling apart, helping a new born sleep through noise and a three-year-old with challenging behaviour. If you're interested in more in-depth consulting check out Babyology's Sleep School.

31 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Helpline with Karina Lane: Skipping day naps, toilet training troubles and more

R_Helping little kids understand big emotions

As children grow they are learning all kinds of new things. How to eat solid food, crawl, speak, walk and use the toilet. But of all the things a child is learning, understanding their own emotions can be the steepest learning curve of all. In fact, it's probably a learning curve most adults are still on! Anthony Semann is an educator for Early Learning Teachers at Semann and Slattery. He gives us some tips on how to help children understand their big emotions.

15 MIN1 w ago
Comments
R_Helping little kids understand big emotions

R_Pinky McKay: How to set up successful breastfeeding

Breastfeeding does not always come naturally. In fact, ask around and you'll find that most women have to work at it. Pinky McKay is a lactation consultant and author. She says there are ways you can be better prepared for breastfeeding. Pinky talks about some simple ways to start breastfeeding successfully.

17 MIN1 w ago
Comments
R_Pinky McKay: How to set up successful breastfeeding

Dr Jamal Rifi on what it takes to be a great dad

What do you think makes a great dad? Dr Jamal Rifi has shown generosity and compassion in his work with the Muslim Doctors Against Violence and the Christian Muslim Friendship Society. So what was it in Jamal's childhood that helped him become such an altruistic adult, and what kinds of values has he aimed to instil in his own children? Jamal talks about his father and what he believes makes a dad great. If you would like to nominate a dad for Father of the Year, head to the Shepherd Centre's website.

9 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Dr Jamal Rifi on what it takes to be a great dad
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