What you need to know going from two to three children

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Tue 7 March 2017

13 mins

Claire Wootton is the founder of Mother Conference, a day aimed at empowering new mums. She chats to Shevonne Hunt about decided to have three children, and the changes that followed from that. 

This Better Families segment is brought to you by Medibank. Each week we’ll explore a range of family health and lifestyle topics to help your family be better. Visit their website for our full blog on growing your clan.

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