Helpline in Focus: Juggling children under five

Posted in Feed Play Love.

This week on Helpline in Focus, parenting coach and doula Karina Lane answers questions about managing more than one child under five. She answers the following questions:

  • How to manage the chaos of a five-year-old, a 16-month-old and a third baby on the way
  • How to manage the work juggle with children getting daycare lurgies
  • Managing nap time for babies and activities for a four-year-old
  • How to bring back the romance when you have three kids under five
  • Managing bed-time with a three-year-old and one-year-old
  • What to do when your partner wants you to go back to work but you want to stay home with the kids
  • Staying in touch with friends when your kids are small
  • Tips on how to get out the door with a two-year-old and four-year-old before 7.30am
  • How to decrease screen-time for a four and five-year-old in the afternoon
  • How to give equal time to children when one is special needs and needs extra support

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Helpline in Focus LIVE: Juggling a family with children under five – with Karina Lane

Have children under five in your family? Wondering if you will ever sleep or feel sane again? You’re not alone. Thankfully we have Karina Lane, mum of four, postnatal doula and parenting coach here to help. Today on Helpline in Focus LIVE, Karina is going to answer all your questions about how to manage the juggle that comes with having children under 5! Post your questions in the comments and look out for Karina’s helpful answer.

Posted by Babyology on Wednesday, May 26, 2021

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