My Virtual Baby and Me
Our youngest and only non-mum At The Table TV show panellist receives a crash course in parenthood. By Maryellen Fairfax There are pivotal moments in your life that you’ll remember forever: your first day of school, first kiss, graduation, first...
Daughter Banned From Taking Selfies
Are your kids part of the "selfie-centered" generation? We talk boundaries, rules and consequences when it comes to this aspect of social media.
Interview — Michelle Derrig
We sit down with Michelle Derrig, author of Only for Me, to discuss the importance of protecting our children from sexual abuse.
Cot or Co-Sleep?
There is nothing quite as controversial as how or where you choose to let your baby sleep during the first few years of their lives. By Vania Chew "I wanted my baby girl in our room but my husband didn’t want...
Having A Daughter Did Not Complete My Family
What do you think about the gender ratio in your family?
Our Show's Panellists' Bedtime Routines
Rachel H Currently my kids are preschool- and school-aged. Our very strict bedtime pandemonium consists of brushing teeth, toilet, stories, prayer and roughly 30 times of either taking the kids back to their beds or me coming in to lovingly...
Surprise Memory Test
Surprise! Let's see if Rachel can remember who's wearing what among the ladies of At the Table!
Would you allow your primary-aged children to go on sleepovers?
Would... Dr Karen Phillip Sydney, New South Wales I allowed my children to have sleepovers from primary age as long as I was assured of their safety. It can be confronting when your little one starts wanting sleepovers, but you...
Love Perseverance & Endurance
Cecily Paterson wrote an award-winning tell-all memoir about her experiences raising an autistic child seven years ago. Today, she realises she was only telling part of the story. Seven years ago, I wrote a book, Love Tears & Autism, about...