Trauma, connection and stress in the home

Connection is the foundation of a thriving, respectful and productive relationship with your baby. Without connection, you dive into dark and murky waters feeling your way into uncharted territory. Your relationship with your child starts before birth when they start… Continue Reading >

When do I drop my baby’s night feeds?

This is one of the most common questions I hear from parents. “My baby wakes several times during the night for a feed. When can I drop the night feeds?” No two babies are alike they all come in this… Continue Reading >

What’s really stopping you from conceiving?

You’ve been trying to conceive for a number of years unsuccessfully. You’ve had miscarriages, failed IUI or IVF cycles. You’re so desperate for a baby of your own but you’re feeling like you’re nearly ready to get off this rollercoaster… Continue Reading >

Kiddipedia is Proud to Announce Partnership with Miracle Babies Foundation

Kiddipedia was created with the vision to ‘give children a better future by improving the world around them’. Alarmingly in Australia each year, there are over 48,000 babies born that require the help of a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)… Continue Reading >

The Witching Hours!!! What causes it and tips on how to cope

It is 5pm and it starts. Your newborn baby is fussing and there appears nothing you do will help to settle them. Sounds like the witching hour has arrived again. In European folklore, the witching hour is the time of… Continue Reading >

Starting School

Starting school can be an emotional time for families who have experienced the birth of a baby born premature or sick. An early or traumatic birth can lead to growth or developmental delays, behavioural challenges and disabilities, and how their… Continue Reading >

Can you successfully cloth nappy with twins (or more)? Yes!

As an expecting parent to twins, you are probably overwhelmed with all the options for the different baby items out there and which ones to choose. Cloth nappies verse disposable nappies have been a hot topic lately and you may… Continue Reading >

When your newborn baby is more than “unsettled” …. Three Case Studies

I’ve talked a lot this year about Edward, my “orchid” baby.  He’s been fussier than your average baby and has taken a long time to settle down out of his newborn phase.  I’ve shared this journey of having a baby… Continue Reading >

Help! What can I do now that I’ve run out of motivation?

If you’re a couple of months into your pregnancy, the temptation to give into those ice cream cravings and hang out on the couch is probably growing as fast as your baby is! Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is so important… Continue Reading >

Surviving the Holidays with your Baby

The holiday period is a time filled with family gatherings, events and perhaps even a family holiday. We all usually spend time with a lot more people at a time than we normally do. For an adult or child, this… Continue Reading >