Home - Kiindred

Kiindred

Baby

Living With Neurofibromatosis – NF1

Let’s talk Neurofibromatosis. This happy little face plays without a care in the world. She dances like no one is watching, laughs with her entire body and loves with all her heart. But this happy little face also lives with a genetic disorder commonly referred to as NF1. Now, most people haven’t heard of this,…

read more kiindred, icon-arrow
mum doing yoga with baby
Parenthood

6 things you need to know about self-care… (in the first year)

As parents, we’re often inundated with well-meaning phrases such as, ‘You can’t pour from an empty cup’, you need to ‘fit your own oxygen mask first’ and ‘it takes a village’… That’s all well and good, but you’re probably wondering how do I actually do that? Knowing you need to look after yourself, and knowing…

read more kiindred, icon-arrow

Sign Up Stay in the loop

Stay in touch and sign up today!

Stay up to date with important information on your little one, exclusive offers and other exciting updates.
We promise to keep our newsletters informative and entertaining!

Thank You

Thanks. Follow us on social.

Thank you for subscribing!  Be sure to follow us on social to get the latest on Kiindred.

Signs & Symptoms

The ultimate guide to your baby’s poop

It’s safe to say that analysing your baby’s poo is a skill you never thought you would need. Let alone become an expert at. But here we are. You’ll decipher it, you’ll discuss it with your partner (more than you talk about your relationship), you’ll find it in all number of places (and crevices) and…

read more kiindred, icon-arrow
Mother and newborn baby resting on bed
For Mama

10 nourishing foods for postpartum recovery

In those early days and weeks after welcoming your baby, your own nutrition is often the last thing on your mind. We’re so caught up in that endless sleeping-feeding-pooping cycle (theirs, that is), that our needs usually get pushed to the side. However, we’re here to remind you that looking after yourself during this period…

read more kiindred, icon-arrow
mother checking baby hips
Newborn & Baby

10 tips for managing hip dysplasia from a real mum

Unlike most parents whose babies are diagnosed with hip dysplasia around 6 weeks of age, Katie’s daughter, Isabella, was just 4 days old when she was fitted into a brace. Having had hip dysplasia herself when she was a baby, her obstetrician had advised Katie that the chances of her children also having the condition…

read more kiindred, icon-arrow

The App The Kiindred App

Take Kiindred with you.

Take Kiindred with you, wherever you go.

kiindred, static-app

featured

The must have ‘all-in-one' resource for new parents

The Kiindred App

kiindred, static-appstore learn more

We kiindred, icon-heart

father and son hugging at beach
Parenthood

Figuring out your parenting style

Before you had kids you probably had a pretty good idea about what type of parent you would be. What parenting style you would embrace. Did you think you would be strict and run a tight ship? Or did you think you would be more relaxed, a go-with the flow type of parent? As the…

read more kiindred, icon-arrow

Expert Series The Expert Series

Our online video course for you.

Meet the experts who can answer all you questions on becoming a new parent.

featured

On-demand expert courses covering the Newborn to Toddler years.

The Expert Series

learn more
baby's hips being checked by doctor
Newborn & Baby

Hip dysplasia in babies: Signs to look out for and treatment

Blowing raspberries on a belly button, squeezing chunky thighs and baby smiles are just a few joys of changing your baby’s nappies. Having your little one so close means you often feel like somewhat of a detective; where every minor facial expression or change in grunt simultaneously becomes an ‘aww’ or an ‘oh’ moment. Nappy…

read more kiindred, icon-arrow
child eating watermelon
Nutrition Tips

5 simple tips to boost your child’s immunity through nutrition

When the chilly weather rolls in and flu season looms, many parents are concerned about their little one’s immune system. Although exposure to some of these bugs can strengthen immunity and build resistance, a healthy immune system is essential for fighting disease. The trick to a truly healthy immune system is maintaining a balanced lifestyle…

read more kiindred, icon-arrow
Newborn & Baby

Little One’s nappies: Big on quality low on price

Nappies are the unsung hero of parenthood. They’re there from day 1 and keep the sh*t from hitting the fan. Literally. But we never really give them much thought – until we run out of them (or there’s a dreaded 💩  explosion). Woolworth’s range of Little One’s nappies offer up to 12 hours absorbency* to…

read more kiindred, icon-arrow
load more