Best Christmas Gifts 2019

Oh the magic of Christmas, it really is the most wonderful time of the year. As the saying goes, Christmas isn’t a season, it is a feeling. The magic of Christmas is silent in the moments that are indescribable. It… Continue Reading >

How technology can help educate kids

While there is a lot of stigma around screen time for children having a negative impact on their learning, it is absolutely undeniable that technology is an integral part of our society and vastly embedded into our culture. According to Youthrive Speech Pathologist, Freeda… Continue Reading >

Announcing: Kiddipedia’s Inaugural Newborn Guide

      What could be more beautiful than bringing a new life into the world? It is undoubtedly incomparable and unparalleled with anything else. From a babies first heartbeat to the moment you hold your newborn in your hands,… Continue Reading >

Five Children’s performance groups that the whole family will love

Music plays such an important role in everyone’s life. It can stir up emotions, help people to heal, educate people and take people back to a time and a place. This is why finding a children’s group that appeals to… Continue Reading >

My Food Allergy Friends

My Food Allergy Friends Australia’s dedicated provider of educational allergy resources. The aim of the program is to help parents educate their children about allergies using the books and resources. Childcare centres and schools can put the Food Allergy Smart Program in place by using our… Continue Reading >

4 Top Tips for Divorcing when you have Kids

Going through a divorce can be one of the most difficult things for you and your children to experience. Here are some tips to help get you through to the other side.   Do not involve the children in your… Continue Reading >

When something just doesn’t feel right!

When it comes to having effective body safety conversations, it is essential that we help our young children to identify inappropriate behaviour. However, it is also important to teach them to trust their own intuition when ‘something just doesn’t feel… Continue Reading >

Vaginal Birth After Caesarean (VBAC), Choices, challenges and truths.

By; Renee Adair   Since 1985, the World Health Organization (WHO) has recommended that a population caesarean section rate of 10–15% is expectable to ensure mortality rates are kept low for mothers and babies. In Australia today we have a… Continue Reading >

Is your child having Christmas lunch with their abuser?

Shockingly, almost 50% of children who are being sexually abused will celebrate Christmas lunch this year with their abuser. Whilst this statistic might seem hard to believe, childhood sexual abuse statistics indicate that approximately 90% of victims will know their… Continue Reading >

Introducing Body Safety to Young Children: Part 2

 As discussed in last month’s blog ‘Introducing Body Safety to Young Children: Part 1’ it is essential that every parent takes the time to educate and empower their young children about keeping their body safe. Whilst Part 1 details the… Continue Reading >