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Whether it’s lopsided honkers, abdominal separation, out-of-whack hormones or a hoo-ha that’s yet to forgive you, having kids takes a toll on the body, especially in the first year. Enter Bodyshock, a podcast by Alice Fenton and Shannon O’Meara that separates fact from fiction about what having kids does to your body and mind, and what you can do about it.
 
From nurturing newborns to taming toddlers, we unravel the art and science of parenting with real-life stories and expert advice. The hilarious to the humbling and all the nitty gritty in between. Produced and presenter by mum of two and journalist, Shevonne Hunt.
 
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Babylab digs through the science to answer questions you might have about how babies learn to communicate. Where does the first word come from? Do bilingual babies think differently? What age should you start teaching your kid to read? Join Jamila Rizvi on Babylab, a fun, informative, deep dive into the unknown science behind how babies learn to communicate. Babylab is produced in collaboration with Western Sydney University and the MARCS Babylab team.
 
All parents, all honest, mostly hilarious. The Parent Panel is the perfect podcast for every grownup with membership to the exclusive parenting club. Two of Australia’s favourite parents come together to dish on the best, worst, and hilarious parts of the week that was; from the news desk to the kitchen sink. Join Shevonne Hunt and her two guests each week. Produced and presented by Shevonne Hunt.
 
This series looks at common myths and misconceptions around raising a healthy family. Google has become our go-to for all the questions of daily life, but wading through forums for answers can be a real pain. To help sort fact from fiction is host Sarah Hunstead from CPR Kids. She's a paediatric emergency nurse, author and passionate advocate for child safety and children’s health issues. Host and research: Sarah Hunstead Producer: Chloe MacKenzie Executive Producer: Tim Ritchie
 
Bellies, Bits and Babies is a Babyology podcast all about women’s pelvic health that answers the questions we’re too embarrassed to ask, hosted by physiotherapist and pelvic floor expert, Heba Shaheed. Speaking with both experts and mums who share their own personal experiences, Heba covers everything from how to tackle the mummy tummy, lower back pain, birth plans and endometriosis.Host and producer: Heba ShaheedProducer and editor: Cinnamon NippardHead of podcast: Tim Ritchie
 
We all know those judgy mums; they think their view is the universal view … they’re always right, and annoying. What if we turn that on its head and use satire to point the finger at the judgy mums and find insights into parenting by a parody of the all too real 2 judgy mums. Strong language may be used. Becks is on her first marriage, second child, third pregnancy and is climbing the four walls of her shambolic house. She gets her parenting tips at the dog park and is one day hoping to get ...
 
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It's been a long day and it's finally time to put the baby to sleep, only, she won't. No matter how much you rock her, sing to her or pat her cute little bottom she remains awake and lively. You've tried everything, so what's next? Helpline is what's next! Every week a sleep and behaviour expert joins our live Facebook chat to answer your questions…
 
Steph Pase has two children under five, so she knows the chaos of living with small children. She's also very good at organising - both herself and others. She writes at Just another mummy blog and on this episode she gives her tips on how to stay on top of everything during lockdown- including the clutter that seems to follow children everywhere t…
 
The turning of the season from winter to spring has the promise of bluer skies and warmer weather. It also, unfortunately, brings a multitude of problems for people who react to more pollen in the air. Cheryl Talent is the President of the Eczema Association of Australasia. Cheryl understands that eczema can flare up in the months of spring and has…
 
This week on Helpline in Focus, parenting coach Karina Lane talks about wellbeing in pregnancy, birth and beyond. This includes: Whether a pregnant woman should have her mother-in-law in the birthing suite Will a vaginal birth after a c-section be a better recovery? How to manage visitors from your extended family after childbirth How to prepare fo…
 
How are you at saying no to your children or your partner? Author and journalist Grace Jennings-Edquist was a 'yes' woman long before she had her baby. Helping friends, supporting family, attending all the events. Grace was not a woman who let others down. But after she had her baby saying yes to everything came at a higher cost. After sinking to r…
 
The following is a Feed Play Love highlight episode, back due to popular demand. Toddler tantrums are a fact of life for any parent of a small human. They can be frustrating, loud and difficult to manage. But they are also completely developmentally appropriate. So how can we manage toddler tantrums? Sharon Turton is a psychotherapist and author, a…
 
The following is a Feed Play Love highlight episode, back due to popular demand. Mothercraft nurse Chris Minogue has been helping families for over thirty years. Her advice has been giving Helpline listeners peace of mind for the last seven years. In this episode from the archives Chris helps with the following challenges: A six-month-old early ris…
 
Dr Kyl Myers and her partner Brent decided to raise their child Zoomer without a gender. At the time the decision made headlines and caused consternation around the world. But Kyl was ahead of a wave of gender exploration in children. Now parents everywhere are grappling with their childrens' decision to be non-binary. Kyl has written a book Raisin…
 
Have you got a small child who is taking longer than usual going to sleep? Maybe you have one who is having more nightmares than usual. You might be the one who is having a restless night. Professor Dorothy Bruck is a sleep psychologist and a spokesperson with the Sleep Health Foundation. Dorothy explains how our sleep has been disturbed during the…
 
Every child is different, which is why it's helpful to speak to an expert about what's going on with your child. This week we chat with paediatric nutritionist and fussy eating expert Dr Jen Cohen about first foods. Jen dispels some myths about when you should be starting your child on solids and whether purees or baby-led-weaning is the way to go.…
 
It was after the horrific fires of 2019-2020 that Jade Miles realised she needed to do something. All around her she could see a ground swell of awareness that climate change was a real and present danger. Everywhere from the country to the city people were starting to wake up. People wanted to know what they could do to make a difference. Jade rol…
 
Babies aren't born with a manual, but these days there are many, many places where you can find information about everything from feeding to settling. With all this information, how do you find the answers that fit you and your family? Helpline is designed to respond to your individual circumstance. Every week an expert will answer your questions t…
 
Fiona Cardillo is a mum who tried everything to succeed with breastfeeding. Leading up to the birth of her child she didn't even consider any other alternatives. After three months of sleepless nights and endless pumping she 'gave in' and tried formula. But should women be struggling so much over how to feed their baby? Particularly when we live in…
 
We all know we're living through unprecedented times. We know that it's normal to feel unsettled. But knowing and being able to be calm can be two different things. So how can parents help their kids if they are feeling unsettled in lockdown? Tammi Kirkness is the author of The Panic Button Book For Kids and The Panic Button Book. Having lived with…
 
This week on Helpline in Focus parenting educator and obstetrics social worker Genevieve Muir joins us to talk about setting healthy boundaries for kids in lockdown. She tackles the following subjects: Why boundaries are good for kids How to create boundaries around your own space as the parent When to set a boundary or when to let some stuff slide…
 
Mitch Tambo shot to fame in Australia's Got Talent when he sang John Farnham's You're The Voice in the Gamilaraay language. This Father's Day he's celebrating the impending birth of his first biological child with his wife Lele, being step-dad to three girls and launching his new single Heal. Mitch talks about welcoming his new baby, being a stepda…
 
Babies and small children are growing and changing every day. Sometimes they change so quickly that what worked one day no longer works the next. Helpline is here to give you the guidance you need to get back on track. This episode Mothercraft nurse Chris Minogue joins the show to help parents and carers with the following: A 19-month-old who is pu…
 
Pelvic floor problems are common after childbirth, but not everyone understands where to go for help. Many women just accept that this kind of damage is just what happens after a vaginal birth. But what are the best ways to approach pelvic floor problems like incontinence, and is the relatively new approach of laser surgery the cure many women have…
 
If you have a child in primary school in NSW you might be cheering that we finally have a plan for getting kids back to school. But the Premier's announcement on Friday hasn't made everyone confident that this plan is the right one. One mother and GP who is concerned is Dr Elysia Thornton-Benko, a University of NSW Research Fellow. Elysia explains …
 
This week on Helpline in Focus author, matrescence expert and mindfulness coach Amy Taylor-Kabbaz joins out how we can manage to look after ourselves in the midst of homeschooling and working. Amy guides us through the following: An understanding of where parents are at right now Nurturing ways to start the day How to relax fully before bed A five …
 
Many parents who are together or married today got together before online dating was in full swing. For those who have separated and just starting to venture out onto the dating field it can all be a bit daunting. Natasha Stewart is the founder of Business Jump. She talks about how dating is different post marriage and kids, what she's learnt and w…
 
Whether your baby is having all night dance parties or your toddler has decided they are rebel without a cause, Helpline is here to help you get life back on track. Every week we invite an expert on the show to help guide parents through the more trickier parts of parenting. This week that includes: A 2-year-old waking up at 3.15am Moving a 3-year-…
 
People don't get married expecting to separate, but when it happens, can you do it peacefully? Kirsty Salvestro is a family lawyer and author of What are we fighting for? She believes that given some guidance most couples will choose the more amicable path to separation, particularly when children are involved. Kirsty talks about why it's important…
 
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