There is a lot of fear around controlled crying. Cath calls it passive settling and discusses with Brydie Huggins why and how she uses it as a tool with her three children. Cath explains why it's a technique she believes is valuable for some parents.
For everyone who is curious about having sex after babies. Midwife Cath, Brooke Carrigan and Dr Sue Hiscock breakdown in great detail 'sex after birth' and cover everything from hormones, lubricant, uterine prolapse and the notion of housework as foreplay.
Give the grandparents a list and "spell out how they can help you". Acclaimed Australian author Hazel Edwards, "There's a Hippopotamus on Our Roof" talks with Midwife Cath and Brooke Carrigan about the importance of grandparents, the changing roles and responsibilities of grandparents and the meaning of 'house rules'.
Parents all have challenges but what if you didn't have enough water to bath your kids? Adelaide Elliott and her family live in remote regional Australia. She talks about the unique set of challenges and joys of being a mum in regional Australia.
Be inspired by Dads Matt Tinney and Danny Williams whose children have extra challenges. They talk candidly about their personal, emotional, psychological and financial journeys - the joys of their families and the importance of hearing from dads.
Do you want to know about surrogacy? After 9 years trying to start their family, Katie and Tom Rattigan turned to surrogacy and they now have a beautiful son. They share with Midwife Cath and Brooke Carrigan the ins and outs of their surrogate journey in the hope of helping others.
Two mums, VFLW Essendon player Natasha Hardy and her wife Natalie East share their story of becoming same-sex parents to Macey. Macey is the first baby in Australia to have same-sex parents recorded as "married" on her birth certificate. Go Macey!!!