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    About Mummy Time

    Mummy Time was a concept thought up by Chezzi Denyer in 2011 when she had her first baby but was unable to join a Mother’s Group at the time.

    She recognised the important need to discuss topics with other Mums but found it difficult to connect with them due to unique working hours and travelling on the road with her husband filming Sunrise.

    Initially creating Mummy Time TV, Chezzi believed that a show allowing the viewer to feel like they were sitting down with other Mums discussing relevant topics like Tantrums, Fussy Feeders, Social Media, Labour, Breastfeeding, Sex After Birth & Sleep (the issues that plague all Mums!) could be very powerful. So alongside husband Grant Denyer, she crafted the initial episodes with a select group of Mums.

    From that point, the concept has only expanded. Guest bloggers, a Podcast in development and a community that only continues to grow and connect…

    About Chezzi Denyer

    Working for years on shows such as Sunrise, Today Tonight and Seven News, Chezzi Denyer’s intimate knowledge in the world of content creation, combined with her skill and timing as a comedic yet sympathetic presenter have proved crucial in the development of Mummy Time.

    In early 2017, Chezzi launched her online blog, The Chezzi Diaries which exceeded all expectations. Self-deprecating and comical with moments of real heart-warming depth, the blog offers a humorous and intimate insight into Chezzi’s day-to-day world. With topics ranging from breastfeeding, weight loss, ‘best for bubs’ to what it’s like being a blogger on a country property without internet connection, Chezzi’s vulnerability and intelligence are immediately apparent. And surprisingly, the Diaries are building a large following of not just new or current mums, but also grandmothers, godparents and fathers as well.

    As well as the creator of Mummy Time, Chezzi is also an ambassador for Jeans for Genes Day & Rural Aid.

    After marrying husband Grant in 2010, the couple now reside on a farm in country New South Wales and have two young daughters, Sailor (6) and Scout (2).

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