Meet the team of experienced professionals who make up our Expert Panel that Huggies has brought together for you. They will be on hand to answer your questions in the areas of conception, pregnancy, child birth, baby care, parenting, baby sleep routine and raising toddlers.
Glenda and Brenda are volunteers for the Reflux Infants Support Association (RISA). They are also mothers who have had babies that have suffered with reflux. They are passionate about supporting other families and raising community awareness of the effect that reflux can have on the child and family.
Leanne Cooper is one of Australia's leading childhood nutritionists, founder of Sneakys™ Infant & Childhood Nutrition and author of What Do I feed My Baby.
You may have convinced your children to eat, but are they getting the nutrients they need? It may seem impossible to get children to eat well, but it's important to ensure that your babies and toddlers have a good diet for so many reasons. Leanne is excited about sharing her tips and knowledge about childhood nutrition with you.
Katie Brown is a mum-of-three and runs Katie Brown Yoga. Katie is a massage therapist (ITEC - International Therapy Examination Council, UK), a certified Infant Massage Instructor (IMA - Infant Massage Australia) and has been running baby massage classes for the past eight years on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. She is also a yoga instructor (IYTA - International Yoga Teachers' Association), a doula (Optimum Birth), and is the NSW State Rep for IMA.
Sarah Stewart has been a registered midwife for over 30 years, and has worked as an employed and independent midwife in hospital and home settings. Sarah has also been a midwifery lecturer in New Zealand and Australia. Sarah is currently the Professional Officer at the Australian College of Midwives.
Sarah believes that women should have full access to information about pregnancy and birth so they can make informed choices about their care, and be respected for the choices they make. Sarah answers questions about conception, pregnancy and childbirth.
Jane Barry has nearly 30 years of experience as a Child Health Nurse. She combines her working life with writing parenting columns and caring for her own family. Jane understands how important the early years of parenting are and just how hard they can be. She assists parents to understand how babies and young children sleep and how to encourage them to develop good sleeping habits from an early age. She welcomes questions about sleep issues and other aspects of parenting.