DadPod with Charlie Clausen and Osher Günsberg
DadPod is a weekly podcast documenting the new Dad adventures of Charlie Clausen and Osher Günsberg.DadPod is a weekly podcast documenting the new Dad adventures of Charlie Clausen and Osher Günsberg.
Food Refusal and Bidding Bye Bye to the Bottle with Dr Karina Savage
Season 4, Ep. 8
Charlie and G swap tales about kids who eat like a champ at day care but refuse every bite at home, and ways to finally work towards getting a toddler off the bottle, with special Guest Dr Karina Savage.
What’s That Word Mean, Dad? Feat. Tizzie Hall.
Season 4, Ep. 7
Charlie and Osher welcome back best-selling author Tizzie Hall as they unpack toddlers repeating words they perhaps weren’t meant to hear, speaking with kids about tricky topics, and trying to save the last remnants of the daytime nap.
Here Comes The Aeroplane with Dr Anthea Rhodes
Season 4, Ep. 6
This episode we’re talking meal times and dealing with a kid who refused to eat. Also, when is a treat not a treat? Does it all depend on the time of day? Thankfully Dr. Anthea Rhodes joins the show to shine some light on these culinary questions.
Regulating Tantrums with Early Childhood Educator Stephanie Simopoulos
Season 4, Ep. 5
Learning to manage your emotions as an adult is one thing, but when you’re a toddler and it’s your first time using them, it’s a little like getting behind the wheel of a sports car without ever having driven before.Early childhood educator Stephanie Simopoulos talks to us about keeping calm in the face of fury (tiny, childlike fury).
Managing family gatherings and being a single dad with Dr Justin Coulson, PhD
Season 4, Ep. 4
When the family comes around and all want to hug your toddler at once, what do you do? And how do you be the best dad you can be when you and your former partner aren't together? Dr Justin Coulson from happyfamilies.com.au joins the chat to help us out.
Going Full Liam Neeson with Professor Sharon Goldfeld
Season 4, Ep. 3
It's a sentence that will make your blood boil: "Dad, someone hit me." But before you embark on a daycare payback mission, find out why kids lash out in the first place with some great advice from paediatrician Professor Sharon Goldfeld.