As a parent, it's often easy to feel like you're alone in the trenches of motherhood, especially during the early days. You think it’s not possible that it could be this rough or this intense or this life-changing… if it was, people would have told you, right? They would have given you a heads up.
Being a Mum doesn't come with an instruction book, but with the Mummy Mentors podcast you'll get a village. Join Jess Rowe, Maz Compton and Kidspot's Emily Harry each week as they talk through the different stages of motherhood, how isolating and challenging it can be, and the fact that, really, none of us know what we’re doing and that’s OK.
Read some of the stories featured in the podcast on the Kidspot website.
The three Mums, from three different stages of motherhood themselves, are brought together with guest experts in this podcast to solve some of the most commom parenting problems. Listen each week to get the answers you're looking for and have a few laughs while you're at it!
Based on traditional stories about Dhinawan (Emu) including the black space in the Milky way known as 'Emu in the Sky’, this interactive program includes colouring a picture of the 'emu in the sky' - viewed from an Aboriginal perspective, and attaching emu feathers or using them as medium to '