Kinderling Conversation

Essential advice on parenting and children, followed by a guided meditation. Weekdays at 12pm and wherever you get your podcasts.

It takes a village to raise a child - welcome to ours! Join host and mum-of-two Shevonne Hunt for friendly advice, interviews and insightful tips. 

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Catch up on the latest episodes

Thu 8 March 2018

32 mins
Featured the following interviews

Escaping domestic violence when you have young kids

Lisa McAdams left her abusive husband when her two children were under three It took six attempts, but once she finally left there was no going back. She tells when…
18 mins

Why it's important to be financially independent (even when you have a loving partner)

Fairfax financial writer Georgie Dent says that financial independence is the best insurance policy you can have on a safe and happy life. Even if you are in a loving…
13 mins

Wed 7 March 2018

33 mins
Featured the following interviews

The best autumnal fruit and vegetables that won't cost the earth

Alex Elliot-Howery is the co-founder of Cornersmith and an expert pickler. She believes in ethical food production, and buying seasonal fruit and veg is one of the…
7 mins

The way your baby needs to move before they crawl

Turning heads, tummy time, rolling and sitting are all things a baby needs to get on top of before that marvellous moment when your baby starts to crawl Debbie Evans
16 mins

Debunking myths about Australia's First Nations

Did you know that "going walkabout" is a myth It would seem that a lot of things we think we know about Australia's First Nations are wrong. Weave is the…
9 mins

Tue 6 March 2018

29 mins
Featured the following interviews

How an Australian charity is changing the lives of women and girls in Cambodia

Sarah Knight is the founder of Project Change International, a not-for-profit charity that invests in education and training for women and girls in Takeo, Cambodia Sarah joins Project Change alumni …
13 mins

Exploring the top 3 travel products as voted by Aussie parents

Any kind of traveling with kids involves more equipment, whether it's going to the shops or travelling around the world.So what do parents think are the best products to get…
5 mins

Using stories to teach children how to celebrate their differences

Author and illustrator Tom Percival has created a picture book about a little boy who grew wings; Perfectly Norman. Tom's story follows the story of Norman exploring how the differences…
10 mins

Mon 5 March 2018

31 mins
Featured the following interviews

Kinderling Helpline: teaching a toddler what 'No' means, dropping night feeds, settling two week olds, toilet training

Mothercraft Nurse Chris Minogue talks a new mum through why her two week old will only settle in her arms, a defiant toddler who says 'No' to everything (even sweet…
29 mins

Fri 2 March 2018

34 mins
Featured the following interviews

The Parent Panel: Are we phone addicted, banning certain words during labour, sports injuries, going on adventures without kids

In this episode of The Parent Panel Sarah  Hunstead from CPR Kids and Luke Escombe from The Vegetable Plot join Shevonne Hunt to dish the dirt on the past week…
33 mins

Thu 1 March 2018

29 mins
Featured the following interviews

Annabel Karmel on her approach to baby-led weaning

As a bestselling author and mother of three, Annabel Karmel is well known for her many books with nutritious books for babies and children. Her latest is called Baby-Led Weaning
13 mins

How a greyhound helped one mum and her autistic daughter

Minnie is a greyhound who changed the world for one family. Jennifer Althaus had tried everything to help her daughter, but it wasn't until they tried pet therapy that life…
8 mins