EDUCATION HUBPRESENTED BY KINDERLING CONVERSATION

AMY TAYLOR-KABBAZHAPPY MAMA-Trusting your instinct

There is so much information on how to parent, but deep down we all have a gut instinct of what works best for our child, and for us. Amy Taylor-Kabbaz talks about how she found a way to trust herself, and how self-compassion is key to being a good parent.

Visit Amy’s website.

Saturday + Sunday
Trusting your instinct / Talk: 9:30 – 9:50am


Amy will also take Meditation at
10:20 – 10:25, 12:50 -12:55 pm both days.

LEANNE RALSTON (SAT) + AMANDA THORNTON (SUN)-Child Revive First Aid

Being confident that you know what to do if your child is sick or injured is essential for all new parents. Amanda Thornton & Leanne Ralston from Child Revive First Aid takes us through the basics of what you need to know for young babies – from burns, to fevers, to choking.

Visit Child Revive First Aid’s website.

Saturday – Leanne Ralston 12 – 12:20pm
Sunday – Amanda Thornton
12 – 12:20pm

ANI TUNA FOUNDER OF MUMLIFE AUSTRALIA, HOST OF BEYOND BIRTH-Things New Mums Wish They Had Known

The first three months of motherhood are filled with loads of ‘why did no-one tell me’ moments. From witching hour and the recommended windows of wake time, through to the contents of dirty nappies and common breastfeeding challenges – there’s so much we just don’t tell new mums until it’s too late. Join Ani as she shares the things all new mums wish they knew sooner.

Visit the Mum Life Australia website.

Saturday + Sunday
12.30pm- 12.50pm

MOTHERCRAFT NURSECHRIS MINOGUE-Your questions answered

Author of Bringing Baby Home Author of Bringing Baby Home and regular guest on Kinderling Helpline, Mothercraft Nurse Chris Minogue is at One Fine Baby to answer your questions. A limited number of face-to-face consults (of 15 minutes each from 12 – 1.00pm) are available.


Saturday ONLY
1 – 1.20pm

KATE HIGHFIELDEARLY LEARNING RESEARCHER SWINBURN UNIVERSITY-Positive Screen Time

It’s been called the “digital baby sitter” but screens can have benefits too. Dr Kate Highfield is an expert in early learning and has some tips on how we can use screens in a positive way with our small children.  She’ll also give us some guidance on the healthy way to be using screens in our family.

Follow Kate on Twitter.

Saturday + Sunday
10 – 10:20am

AMELIA McFARLANE-Colour me in Styling

Are you sick of wearing the same pregnancy jeans? Maybe you feel different now you’ve had your baby and just don’t know what to wear anymore. Amelia McFarlane will make you fall in love with fashion all over again, with simple tips on refreshing your wardrobe and finding what fits and feels good (without spending a fortune)

Saturday + Sunday
11 – 11:20am

DR ANITA COLLINSMUSIC EDUCATOR & RESEARCHER-The amazing ways music helps your children grow

Music can do amazing things to your child’s brain. From listening to a variety of styles, to simply singing lullabies. Dr Anita Collins is passionate about the many ways music helps our children grow. In this talk she explains the very simple ways you can make a difference with music.

Saturday + Sunday
10:30 – 10:50am

NATALIE HERMAN - SLEEP CONSULTANT-Your questions answered

Natalie Herman is a sleep consultant who advises families in both Australia and overseas. She is lso a mother of two young children, so she knows the issues first hand! A limited number of face-to-face consults (of 15 minutes each from 12 – 1.00pm) are available.

Sunday ONLY
1pm – 1:20pm

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