Jenny May visits the mega-cute guide dog puppies at the NZ Blind Foundation Guide Dogs Breeding & Training Centre.
J-May and Dean talk to expert Jenny Hale of The Parenting Place about their boisterous boys and how to manage their behaviour.
Jenny May goes to Jumping Beans with the māhanga; a pre-school educational gym for kids aged 12 weeks to 4 years.
Jenny-May decides to learn more about building bilingual brains as she raises the māhanga with two languages; Māori and English. Along with Stacey, she talks to expert Keryn O'Neill.
After finding out the māhanga have a few food allergies, Jenny-May goes to Allergy NZ and then meets with an experienced mother to learn more.
Dougie, with the help of his son, transforms an old set of drawers into a new set of chalkboard drawers... with an awesome baby changing table on top!
Jenny-May and Dean enrol in a course at The Parenting Place called 'Building Awesome Whānau'. Join us as they find ways to suss out a smoother home life.
Jenny-May and Dean take the boys for a hīkoi up Maungawhau. It's good/free exercise but they also hope to instil in the māhanga positive exercising habits.
Jenny-May and Dean Clarkson take the māhanga along to their local Kōhanga Reo.
The Morrison whānau go on a trip to Whoa! Studios to see a fabulous new puppet show and meet the characters.