How many Dads are you celebrating this Father’s Day?

Raising a young family and divorcing was a tumultuous and difficult time. During the divorce process, my children were incredibly fortunate to have so many amazing men step-up and care for their emotional and mental wellbeing. Enlisting the help and… Continue Reading >

You and your Dog

Mrs Jay Anderson   Dogs. Lots of people have a dog, or grew up with a dog.  Some couples get a dog, so they may say….to practice to caring for a child. Others get a dog for their child. Perhaps… Continue Reading >

Firstborn Vs. Secondborn

It is inevitable that parenting your firstborn will be vastly different to any and all subsequent children. With your first child you are completely and utterly thrown in the deep end. Sure you read all the books, attended parenting classes,… Continue Reading >

Going Home with your Premature or Sick Newborn – Is this you?

For families who have had a premature or sick newborn, going home is a very special milestone. Finally, there’s the green light to take your baby home. Obviously, it is an exciting time, but alongside the relief of finally leaving… Continue Reading >

What Are You Modelling Your Kids

Little ones want what they want, and they like to be in charge of themselves. But they also depend on us, the parents who care for them, and they trust us to have their best interests at heart. They may… Continue Reading >

Ways to Help out the Grandparents who Help with Regular Childcare

  Written by Alice Zsembery The coming of a New Year for parents of preschoolers signifies many things; a start (or new room) at childcare, negotiation of days at work and/or juggling kinder hours. For so many of us, this… Continue Reading >

Understanding the needs of your newborn

by Renee Adair   I’m sure we all agree that one of the trickiest jobs, as a new parent, besides navigating lack of sleep, is to begin to understand your newborn baby’s needs. As a new parent with reality biting… Continue Reading >

Where did I put my magic wand?

Helping parents with their family challenges. A Psychologist’s Perspective Life can be challenging, and many parents find that out early on: a crying baby, lack of sleep, toddler tantrums, your child is bullied, teenage dramas, kids not listening? For the… Continue Reading >

What is a Doula and what are the benefits of hiring one?

Traditionally, a Doula was a woman offering non-medical support and information to other women and their partners during birth and the postnatal period. ‘Doula‘ is a Greek word that came to mean “woman’s servant”. I believe that a Doula is a support and information bank… Continue Reading >

NAMASTE for a great cause! Australia’s largest simultaneous kid’s yoga class is coming to help support children who are victims of family violence! Will you be part of it?

I’m literally bursting at the seams to tell you about this exciting event that Little Rockers Radio is running. As with all of our events, we make them fun and interactive, so all the kiddies can be involved. The cause… Continue Reading >