Natalie Moutafis

The Invisible Life of Us: Parenting kids with additional needs

We speak to 'Too Peas in a Podcast' creators Kate Jones and Mandy Hose about their first book on parenting kids with additional needs. They share some insights and tips on neurodiverse families, in this Q&A with Natalie Moutafis.

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Are you Languishing?

Have you found yourself feeling out of whack lately? Feeling flat and ‘blah’?
Well, you’re not alone. This feeling has a name: languishing. Turns out it is the predominant feeling of 2021 as the team from batyr explain.

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Sparkling reads: The 2021 Children’s Book of the Year Winners

This year marks the 75th anniversary of the Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year Awards, celebrating writers who give our children stories that connect them to their communities.

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Watch Dr Jared Cooney Horvath’s webinar: A tour through the teenage brain

In our latest The Parents Website Webinar Series, renowned educational neuroscientist and Harvard graduate Dr Jared Cooney Horvath took us on a tour of the teenage brain and gave us tips on how to support our teens. Here, you can watch the full webinar.

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What it means to be Man Enough

Our boys and their fathers are fighting a generations-old narrative about expectations of manhood. Natalie Moutafis discovers a new book that allows them to truly believe that they are enough, just as they are.

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My Tiny Humans: Yesterday I was pregnant

Natalie Moutafis shares the sorrow of her pregnancy loss and encourages us to talk more about miscarriage and infertility struggles.

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My Tiny Humans: You’ll join in when you’re ready

Surprised that her usually outgoing kinder kid was reluctant to join in at AusKick, Natalie Moutafis found a way to gently encourage him without pressure.

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And then there were two: My Tiny Humans

In the Best of The Parents Website series, here's one of our favourites, from our parenting blogger Natalie Moutafis, when a new tiny human arrived.

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The call-to-action parents didn’t know they needed

A new book by Dr Susie O'Brien invites parents to relax their standards to 'good enough' and find more joy in the act of parenting, Natalie Moutafis discovers.

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