Stop Saying “No” To Get Your Child to Listen Better

Ever feel like you are stuck in an endless cycle of, no? “No Sammy, get down from there” “No Imogen put that down” “No hitting” “No, no, no, no, NO!” It is incredibly easy to get stuck in this loop,… Continue Reading >

Talking to Kids about War in Ukraine

In today’s digital age, it’s impossible to hide the frightening truth about global events from our children. Even if you shield them from it at home, your children are probably hearing this news from friends, teachers, or on social media. These… Continue Reading >

Dream Feeds: What you need to know

Dream feeds can be a bit mysterious. I mean, what even are they actually? And how do you do one? In my experience many mums have confusion around what they are and why you would even do one. Or they… Continue Reading >

My child doesn’t like reading…

Our first daughter was incredibly curious, but honestly, she would not sit still for long enough to have a story read to her unless it was late in the night, and by late, I mean late. Often, I would fall… 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 >

Introducing New Foods To Young Children

Introducing new foods to young children can be a testing time for parents and caregivers.  Tears and tantrums are commonplace and mealtimes can be extremely challenging for the whole family. But let’s imagine what the experience is like from the… Continue Reading >

What You Need to Know about Interpreting Dreams, What They’re Telling You | Rose Inserra | Ep 186

  Dreams have meaning and can hold symbolic and sometimes hidden cryptic messages for us. As we’ve all experienced, some of our dreams can be explained, and others can’t. Some of our dreams we can remember, others not so much…. Continue Reading >

What to do when separating from your partner and there are young children involved

Lawyer Jacqui Bilson of Bilson Law provides a legal service where clients are listened to and empowered, working with them to ensure the best outcome. For anyone with a legal matter ahead of them, the prospect of separating when there… Continue Reading >

How to Talk to Your Children About Racism | Maria Thattil | Ep 140

  It’s not every day that you get to speak with Miss Universe Australia, but, lucky for us today is the day. Where’s the link between Miss Universe & a parenting podcast I hear you say?!?! Well, I’m glad you… Continue Reading >

Psychologist working with Children and Families

by Carolyn Seri Website – www.zingpinme.com Facebook – zingpinme child psychology   COVID-19 has been a time of disruption and mixed emotions for many families. Household relationships have been put to the test far and wide with home schooling and… Continue Reading >