Rank #1: Danielle Colley & Sean Szeps: Social Media Faux Pas, Finding Domestic Bliss And More
Danielle Colley is a Life Coach with a touch of salty pirate, Sean Szeps is a dad of twins whose spirit animal is Lady Diana. Together they join host Shevonne Hunt for an enlightening and hilarious episode of The Parent Panel. Today they talk about appropriate Royal names for Baby Sussex, the invisible rules of posting children on social media, the benefits of town vs country for family life, when domestic duties cause tension at home. You can find Danielle online at yourgoodlife.com.au and the best place to find Sean is on Instagram @seanszeps.
Apr 25 2019
Rank #2: Anita Birges & Chris North: Lunchbox Jealousy, OTT Parties, Sibling Fights And More
Anita Birges of Mise-En-Place and comedian turned marriage celebrant Chris North join Shevonne to give their spin on the news and gossip of the week. This episode tackles; The madness of modern lunchboxes, Bec Judd and the case of the "extravagant" 5th birthday party, the strangest things siblings fight about and the best family holiday ever, in the history of human/your own family's existence
Feb 07 2019
Rank #3: Lucy & Luke: Random Acts Of Kindness, Kids Vs The Environment Parenting Mistakes, Chores
Jul 05 2018
Rank #4: Jacinta Tynan & Ryan Johnson: Great Dads, Bad Playdates, And The Kid Who Shamed Me
Actor Ryan Johnson and journalist Jacinta Tynan join Shevonne Hunt to take on all things parenting: from the funnies to the fails. In this episode they tackle: The leadership spill, playdate etiquette, nature vs nurture, and the best advice their dad ever gave them
Aug 30 2018
Rank #5: Kristen Toovey and Andrew Daddo: Gender neutral dolls and parenting fails
Oct 03 2019
Rank #6: Amy Taylor-Kabbaz and Eddie Woo: Climate change, Kardashian cubbies and babies
Sep 26 2019
Rank #7: Angie & Jason: Banning School Holidays, Bad Parenting Habits, Travelling With Kids, And More
Jason Treuen from Babyology and musician Angie Who use their infinite wisdom and parental prowess to tackle the big issues that have had parents talking across the country. From banning school holidays, travelling first class sans children, bad parenting habits, and surprising qualities in our kids; from the good (random acts of generosity) to the bad (surprise farts to the face anyone?)
Jun 07 2018
Rank #8: Talitha Cummins & Aaron Harvie: Home Birthing, Push Presents And Parent Porn
Journalist and presenter Talitha Cummins joins cook and author Aaron Harvie to tackle the topics making our minds tick. Together with host Shevonne Hunt, they discuss: Is home birthing a more attractive option now a Royal has done it? Are 'push presents' a valid recognition of the challenge of bearing a child, or are they tacky? Are fit mums on Instagram causing more harm than good? Perfect pantries and peeing alone. What is your parenting porn?
May 09 2019
Rank #9: Sarah Hunstead and Sean Szeps: Best intentions, parent super powers and more
Oct 10 2019
Rank #10: Jacinta Tynan & Ryan Johnson: Fifi Box's Baby, Coles Stikeez, Cute Kid Craft And More
Sky News Presenter Jacinta Tynan and actor Ryan Johnson take on all that juicy parenting gossip. From Fifi Box and her choice to expand her family as a single mum, the most painful vs most enjoyable thing to do with your kids, whether Coles deserves applause or condemnation for their latest collectables campaign and the most precious thing your kid has ever given you.
Feb 28 2019
Rank #11: Rachael Coopes and Cam Knight: Mummy wine time, labour rights and halloween poo
Info about our guests: Rachael Coopes - on Instagram @rachaelcoopes and to support Rachael and the Minis you can donate at Kickstarter. Cam Knight - on Instagram @iamcamknight and he is also performing at the Sydney Fringe Festival
Sep 19 2019
Rank #12: Kate & Neer: Nappies And Consent, The Royal Wedding, Gender Politics, Parental Melt Downs
The essential ingredients for this episode are none of than Kate Browne a.k.a The Guilty Mum and CHOICE journalist and Neer Korn from The Korn Group. The topics mixed in to the recipe of parenting chats this week are; should you be asking your child for their consent to change their nappy, the royal wedding and last minute wedding drama, gender politics and kids and what has been your tipping point as a parent?
May 18 2018
Rank #13: Kate Browne & Mark Serrels: Egg Boy, Handling Disappointment, Kids Flying Solo And More
Kate Browne, Managing Editor at finder.com.au and Mark Serrels, Editorial Director of CNET, share their parenting wisdom and experience with Shevonne. Together they discuss whether Egg Boy is a hero or a villain, if nine-year-olds should fly solo, helping your kids deal with disappointment and what your child will thank you for later in life.
Mar 21 2019
Rank #14: Kerri Sackville And Grant Lyndon: Shameful Parent Hacks, Boundaries And Dating
Author Kerri Sackville and mindfulness coach Grant Lyndon join The Parent Panel host Shevonne Hunt to share their parenting wisdom on: the parenting hack that makes your life easier that you wouldn't admit to in public, can parents be their kid's friend? When is the right time to introduce a new partner to your kids? What is the most treasured gift your kids have given you?
Extra details: You can find Kerri Sackville on Instagram @kerrisackville and on Facebook @kerri.sackville. For copies of the anthology, Split, check out Booktopia. Grant Lyndon can be found Instagram @grant-lyndon and on Facebook Busy Dadsgaryeck.com
Jun 06 2019
Rank #15: Georgie & Seamus: Barnaby Joyce, The French Spiderman, Tear Free Birthday Parties
Seamus Byrne from Science Alert and Fairfax's Georgina Dent take on the news with their infinite and hilarious parenting wisdom. From Barnaby Joyce airing his dirty laundry on national television, the Malian (soon to be French!) real life spiderman saving a child in danger, explaining why you have to go to work to your children, and why birthday parties are suddenly "tear free."
May 31 2018
Rank #16: Megan Gale & Simon Kennedy: Baby Name Regret, Kids Parties And Gender Roles
Model and entrepreneur Megan Gale joins funny man Simon Kennedy to pick apart the stories and issues parents are tackling this week. They join host Shevonne Hunt to pick apart #MyMum was a great trend, but what about #MumsNow? When naming your baby after the Queen of Dragons ends up being a bad idea, sexism in the home - how do you raise your kids to be equal? And Birthday parties - simple and sweet or big and bold? Megan talks about her new baby MindfulLife and Simon Kennedy explains why his book was so popular on Mother's Day.
May 16 2019
Rank #17: Zoe Bingley-Pullin and Greg Page: Children striking, love songs & Father's Day
Aug 29 2019
Rank #18: Krissy Marsh & Andrew Barnett: Secret Parenting Shame, Childhood Memories, "generation Wuss" And More
Real Housewife of Sydney Krissy Marsh and comedian Andrew Barnett compare parenting notes and take on the gossip and news of the week. Along with ever-wise host Shevonne Hunt, they discuss their secret parenting shames, fond childhood memories, if we're raising a generation of soft and lazy children, and whether or not you should have to ask your significant other for permission to go out.
Shevonne is on Instagram @shevonnehunt.
May 02 2019
Rank #19: Sarah Hunstead & Luke Escombe: We Should Stop Apologising For Kids Acting Like Kids
Sarah Hunstead of CPR Kids and Luke Escombe of The Vegetable Plot join Shevonne to lament and laugh their way through the past seven days of madness and mayhem for parents. In this episode they tackle the Coles plastic bag backflip saga, how do you resolve conflict in your relationships, why does having kids mean you never stop saying sorry, and the madness of getting out the door of a morning with kids.
Aug 02 2018
Rank #20: Rhian & Aaron: Evicting Children, Paying Grandparents, Fighting Over Chores, Baby Nagging
Aaron Elias Brunsdon, CEO of Jayson Brunsdon Fashion, and Rhian Allen a.k.a The Healthy Mummy join Shevonne Hunt. Using their infinite wisdom as parents, the trio discuss; Do non-hetero couples share household chores more fairly, how do we stop people from nagging couples about having babies, should grandparents be paid for caring for grand-kids and what would you do if your child refused to move out of home?
May 24 2018