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Porties Podcast Pick #4 – How to Build a Human

May 9, 2023 | podcast, wellbeing

Although this is a podcast aimed at raising toddlers, there is plenty in each episode of How To Build A Human for all parents.

Leigh Campbell (Executive Editor of Mamamia) sits with parents of toddlers and gets their thoughts on parenting and raising children in the early years. After speaking with each parent Leigh then discusses the topics raised in each episode with Parent Educator and Obstetric Social Worker, Gen Muir. She brings her professional knowledge and experience and reflects on the thoughts, ideas, tips and tricks for navigating teaching kids to be kind, how to fail, being considerate and independent.

A great podcast for parents with children in Years R-2, but don’t let that stop you listening to another great podcast!

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