Parenting

Great podcasts for parents and carers

Looking for Kinderling Conversation? Our awesome show for parents and carers has had an exciting make-over!

You'll now find Kinderling Conversation under a brand new name, Feed Play Love.

While the show is no longer being played on the Kinderling Kids Radio airwaves you can still find brand new episodes and interviews under the new name wherever you get your podcasts.

Feed Play Love is a bite-sized parenting podcast that puts expert advice and real-life stories in your pocket and hosted by mum-of-two, Shevonne Hunt.

Finding time for yourself with young children is a challenge, so interviews are easily accessible with each segment kept short so time-poor parents can easily get what they need, no matter how little ‘me-time’ they have.

Episodes cover everything from practical tips on weaning and managing toddler tantrums, to keeping relationships strong. Feed Play Love is all about helping parents thrive, not just survive.

Find Feed Play Love wherever you find your podcasts.

Contact the show

SMS: 0437 665 200
Phone: 1800 543 772
Helpline: helpline@theparentbrand.com.au
General show enquiries: feedplaylove@theparentbrand.com.au

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Catch up on the latest episodes

Tue 9 October 2018

29 mins
Featured the following interviews

Masterchef's Aaron Harvie has found the perfect foods to support women through pregnancy

There are so many things you’re not meant to eat when you’re pregnant. The nine months leading up to birth can be littered with the same foods that you get…
9 mins

How to keep your kids safe when you're on holidays

Sometimes traveling with small children can feel just too hard Carolyn Ziegler is a child safety expert and Product Development Director of Dreambaby. She gives us some tips on how…
14 mins

Mon 8 October 2018

33 mins
Featured the following interviews

Kinderling Helpline: Dummy ditching, scared of the bath, toilet training, day-sleep drama and more

Mothercraft nurse Chris Minogue uses her 30 years experience to help parents all over the country with their own parenting concerns In this episode Chris finds answers to questions on…
30 mins

Fri 5 October 2018

33 mins
Featured the following interviews

The Parent Panel: If you're not bored as a parent you're not doing it right

Writer Kerri Sackville and Busydads founder Grant Lyndon join The Parent Panel to take on the gossip and news of the week that had parents and carers talking.  In this…
32 mins

Thu 4 October 2018

29 mins
Featured the following interviews

Taryn Brumfitt on how we can help our children love their bodies

Taryn Brumfitt knows a thing or two about body positivity She’s been on the journey herself – from loathing to loving her body. Her documentary Embrace looked at how and…
11 mins

Comparison: How does Canada's first nations early education compare to Australia's?

Dr Cindy Blackstock is the Executive Director of First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada She has a unique perspective when it comes to how Australia is going…
10 mins

Wed 3 October 2018

40 mins
Featured the following interviews

Why gender doesn't count in childhood friendships

Ann Stott's picture book called Want to Play Trucks? is based on a childhood friendship she witnessed between her son and another little boy With gentle storytelling it illustrates how…
11 mins

Lisps and stutters: What's normal and when to seek help

When kids start to talk it can be exciting and endearing The cute ways they get words wrong, their way of pronouncing certain letters. Emily Mackie is a speech pathologist…
14 mins

Top tips on making the transition to daycare easier

Starting at daycare can be unsettling for both parents and their children Dr Kate Highfield from Early Childhood Australia takes us through some of the best ways you can make…
16 mins

Tue 2 October 2018

33 mins
Featured the following interviews

Calling all dads: Here's how to lay the foundation for a great relationship with your daughter

Madonna King is a journalist and author. While researching her book Fathers and daughters, helping girls and their dads build unbreakable bonds she discovered that many fathers go through a…
18 mins

What is birth trauma, and can it be avoided?

Nadine Richardson says that birth trauma is a question of perspective What is traumatic for one mother may not be for another. Her work at She Births Australia is to…
14 mins