Finding the true meaning of Christmas during the Festive Season Frenzy?

Christmas … for me the very word conjures up feelings of excitement, love and anticipation. I know I am extremely lucky: I have three gorgeous kids, a great extended family and awesome friends who never fail to make me laugh…. 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 >

Kiddipedia Is Proud To Announce Partnership With Red Nose

There is no doubt that during the last 40 years you would have heard of SIDS and Kids. I am sure you can recall seeing people wear a bright red nose or driving their car with an oversized one on… Continue Reading >

Swaddling and your Babes Hips

  Swaddling is a super part of bringing up the baby but exactly what do we need to think about before we start wrapping bubs up before sleep. Well, we need to think about the development of babes hips and… Continue Reading >

5 top tips on how to have a better birth

 By Renee Adair It can be so easy to get bogged down with all the well-meaning does and don’ts that are thrown your way when you find yourself pregnant for the first time. There is an ocean of information that… Continue Reading >

HEALTHY STARTS AT HOME

By Jane Kilkenny   Early childhood development is a crucial time in our lives as parents.  Understandably we want what is best for our kids.  But we can often be confused by the myriad of information that is available, some… Continue Reading >

Developing Our Kids’ Vocabulary

Vocabulary development or, to ‘know the meaning of a wide variety of words and the structure of written language’ (Five from Five.org.au) is one of the 5 Keys to Reading. When we compare the types of words in say, Eric… Continue Reading >

Rainbow Families Raise Bright Kids

– Shane Warren –   I know every household has bright children and defining terms like ‘bright’ or ‘smart’ can be very subjective when we are speaking of children who are very much still in development.  However, this post is… Continue Reading >

Does the teaching suit your child?

There is a quote that floats amongst the teaching pages I follow and it reads: “If a child can’t learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn.” It won’t come as any surprise that all… Continue Reading >

How cooking can help children with anxiety

By Chris Dickson, Youthrive Psychologist   Today, children are growing up in a whole new world. The boom in technology means that children are facing a lot of new difficulties that their parents never grew up with. Children are now… Continue Reading >