Announcing: Kiddipedia’s Mid-Year Toy Guide 2024

An Engaging Winter Toy Guide featuring captivating toys to entertain and engage children during winter months. We understand the challenges parents face during the winter school holidays in keeping children entertained and engaged indoors. That’s why we’ve created our Mid-Year… Continue Reading >

How You Can Transform Bath Time into a Multi-Sensory Adventure with Zimpli Kids

Bath time often gets pegged as a mundane chore, but it holds immense potential as a time for creativity, exploration, and bonding. Zimpli Kids, a leader in innovative bath time toys, recognises this potential and has crafted a product lineup… Continue Reading >

Peer Tutoring vs. Professional Tutoring

Ever felt a little lost in class? Almost everyone has at one point or the other. Getting academic assistance in Melbourne can sometimes be demanding. Having the right support can make a big difference whether you’re trying to perfect your… Continue Reading >

Family Fitness Fun: 10 Creative Ways to Stay Active Together at Home

Staying active at home can be a fun and rewarding experience for the whole family, especially when you get creative with your approach. Whether you’re looking to burn off some energy, stay fit, or simply enjoy quality time together, there… Continue Reading >

Desperate for your baby to sleep? This tip is a game-changer…

As a new parent, the first time your gorgeous new baby bundle of joy has a bad day or night can be oh so stressful! I know I’ve been there. You go through all of the things that normally help… Continue Reading >

Surviving Mother’s Day without your mum

Surviving Mother’s Day when you no longer have your mum can be one of life’s toughest experiences. What was once a beautiful day for togetherness and celebration often becomes the very opposite: no public display of love, cards and flowers…. Continue Reading >

Motherhood and Anxiety

Anxiety is a far more common issue with new mums than postnatal depression. For many women, anxiety, not sadness, is what they feel after having their baby. It can start in pregnancy and once the baby is born to grow to… Continue Reading >

Navigating The ‘Terrible Twos’

I am certain you have witnessed a toddler having a rollicking, roiling tantrum. Toddlerhood is often called the terrible twos. When your child is out of control in this way, it’s difficult to deal with them. Your actions might add fuel… Continue Reading >

5 Inclusive Ideas for the Traditional Easter Egg Hunt

You only have to look around the supermarket to see that Easter isn’t too far away. Easter eggs, hot cross buns, Easter baskets and craft supplies for the school easter hat parade are already on the show. Sure, some of… Continue Reading >

We don’t have a mother, just two dads: coming out every week…

Shane Warren   Recently I was at a conference and I ran into a mother of a child who was a ‘close’ friend of my eldest in day-care.  This in itself is not an all too uncommon experience, but it… Continue Reading >