You're not alone: Why Chezzi Denyer created a hilarious website for all mamas

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

Thu 12 April 2018

13 mins

When Chezzi Denyer had her first child six years ago she was on the road with her husband (who was a travelling weather man). It was difficult to find and connect with a mother’s group.

Fast forward six years and she’s launched her own website Mummy Time, one that includes a special kind of mother’s group called Mummy Time TV.

She opens up to Shevonne Hunt about her journey from full time employment, to full time mum travelling all around the country. Plus she speaks about how she turned her experiences into a hysterical YouTube series and awesome resource for mums who feel like all the crazy things are just happening to them!

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