Podcasts are a great way to stay up to date with the latest parenting trends and topics.
Toddle is proud to be the sponsor of 'Beyond The Bump' - a podcast by Jayde Couldwell and Sophie Pearce, targeted at mothers.
'In our fifty first episode of Beyond the Bump, we chat with Montana Lower, who is a model and artist and mother to Blue! We chat all about motherhood (while living in a bus!!!!) and focus on Elimination Communication!
What is that you might ask? It's when families decide to use cues for their baby to communicate when they need to "eliminate waste" i.e. pee or poo, and take them to a potty, toilet or nature rather than in their nappy!
To be honest, Jayde and Sophie weren't completely convinced with this approach, but after hearing Montana speak so openly about it, they fully understand the beautiful connections that can be formed by following this approach.
This episode of Beyond the Bump is brought to you Toddle. We can both agree that we LOVE child care! Whether you are returning to work or just need some breathing space, child care can be truly amazing!
Many parents, however find it incredibly stressful choosing the right child care for their children and family, which is completely understandable! That's where child care centre comparison platform, Toddle, can come in to help!
It's a comparison site that offers unbiased recommendations based on your unique needs and priorities.
What's more, they have also launched a massive competition where you could WIN free childcare for 2021 (up to the value of $10,000).
All you have to do is enquire and enrol at one of the child care centres through toddle.com.au between 26 October to 18 December 2020! With every child care centre in Australia, Toddle makes finding child care easy.
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