Little Rockers Radio is so proud to announce our partnership with ModiBodi. This Partnership will see us release a series of interviews on all those tricky topics from leakage and life after baby to when will my daughter get her first period? What we love most about this Partnership is the support we are offering to the One Heart Foundation and girls suffering from Period Poverty in Kenya.Read More
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When we become a parent sleep overtakes us, or the thought of sleep at least! With World Sleep Day coming up this Friday 15th March and Daylight Savings ending in Australia on the 7th of April we thought we would get some tips on how to find a good night sleep for you and your family!
For many parents the change in daylight savings just adds and extra layer of stress to their bedtime routines, or lack thereof. With this in mind we caught up with Laura from Snotty Noses Australia and asked her about her BEST 8 sleep tips EVER to have bedtime sorted for good.Read More
Red Nose Safe Sleep Week provides vital safety information to reduce at-home risk of SIDS and fatal sleep accidents. Red Nose is providing parents with the latest evidence-based safe sleeping information during the third annual Safe Sleep Week.Read More
When my son was little he suffered from terrible eczema. We would have him in at emergency as he would scratch his head until his skin weeped. Wrapping his hands at night was a regular occurrence and the whole experience was just terrible. Luckily we found the cause - soy.
In this interview I catch up with Laura from Snotty Noses Australia to ask her for some tips on the natural ways we can help with allergies: Hay fever, Eczema and Asthma.Read More
Jessica Mcilveen is the founder of Kids Yoga Therapy, an exceptional business that helps children who have suffered from trauma with yoga and meditation techniques. Jessica is a yoga and meditation teacher as well as a social worker. I caught up with her to ask how yoga helps children who have suffered from trauma and what we can do as parents and carers to help.Read More
“God, I really hope he doesn’t get bullied at school,” are the words I said to my husband when my son started primary school many moons ago – he’s now in grade ten and 15 years old. Strangely, I never had that same fear for my daughter, now aged ten, who is still at primary school.Read More
We get it! It’s winter, it’s cold and it’s hard to get out and into a pair of bathers for a swimming lesson. There’s many benefits to keeping up regular swimming lessons during the cooler months, here’s 10 top reasons from Kingswim.Read More
We like our children to be able to tell us how they are feeling, however young children often have trouble verbalising their feelings. They need to learn the words we use to describe feelings, before they can tell us how they are feeling.Read More
Anyone who knows me, knows I am insanely passionate about children and movement. Movement is so unbelievably important from a young age and teaching our children the basic skills of throwing, catching, squatting, kicking, etc through play is imperative for the development of their fine and gross motor skills.Read More
Mel & Sarah from The Rocking Motherhood Show caught up with Lael Stone to chat to her about Sex Education. We refer to sex education as having 'the talk' to our children however it really needs to be an ongoing conversation that starts young...Read More