• Baby and Toddler Childcare Sleep tips

    Lots of children begin attending childcare in their first few years of life and this means someone other than you or family members will be putting your little one down for daytime sleeps. The thought of someone else in charge of naptime can feel uncomfortable, so how do you set you and your little one […]

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  • Introducing Snooze Shade

    There is no denying I am a huge fan of the Snooze Shade for our Port-a-cot when traveling. I am often asked questions about what we use while traveling, especially in the caravan and so I’m very excited to have Cara, the inventor of Snooze Shade join us to explain the different types of Snooze […]

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  • Festive Season Sleep Tips

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year for so many reasons, most of which involve family, going out and socialising. No-one wants to remember the festive season as a woeful time so consider this blog your ‘how to’ guide for little one’s sleep during the festive season.  You’ll learn 5 easy sleep tips to […]

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  • Choking or Gagging?

    The wonderful Nikki from Tiny Hearts Education has joined us on our blog to share all about Choking or Gagging and most importantly what to do if your child is choking. By Tiny Hearts Education Have you ever watched your child shove a whole bunch of food in their mouth, only to spit it out […]

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  • Summer Sleep Tips

    Longer summer days are here, which inevitably means more hours of daylight. The good news is your summer plans don’t have to throw your little one’s sleep routine out the window. This blog covers off five helpful tips that will see you confidently manage your child’s sleep throughout summer.  With the festive season and sun-soaked […]

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  • Is your baby waking up early? Here’s what to do about it.

    Fun fact: Our drive to sleep is at its lowest in the early hours of the morning! This applies throughout our lives – from infancy right through to old age. If your starting to find your little one is stirring more frequently and wanting to begin their day earlier than you would like, this could very well be why.

    Waking up early can be the last (and most difficult) aspect of your little one’s sleep to resolve, with many parents agreeing that after the pesky catnapping stage B5L1:(read more here on how to handle catnapping), early morning waking is the second top pain point they experience.

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  • What Is The Solution To Cat Napping?

    One of the most common questions I am asked as a sleep consultant is “Why is my baby cat napping” I want to start by saying cat napping is both very common and in fact biologically and developmentally normal until around 4-5 months of age! Although this doesn’t make it any easier at the time of experiencing it. I know this firsthand.

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  • 3 top tips to surviving the 12-month sleep regression

    Are you pulling your hair out because your almost 1-year old has gone from being a great sleeper to refusing to go down for their nap? Or is your little one now waking up during the night when you thought all of that was behind you? Don’t worry – it’s a completely normal stage of […]

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  • Everything you need to know about the 5 sleep regression stages

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     Here’s everything you need to know about each sleep regression stage.  4-month sleep regression This will be the first sleep regression you and your little one will work through and oh boy, is it a big one!   At around 4-6 months of age your little one goes through a permanent neurological change in sleeping […]

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  • 5 Quick and Easy ways to calm your newborn

    5 Quick And Easy Ways To Calm A Newborn

    Congratulations on the birth of your beautiful newborn baby! Enjoy this time and that glorious newborn smell. Seriously, there’s nothing better than holding your nose to your newborn baby’s head and breathing in deep – it’s heavenly! Now that you’ve got your baby home and are ready to begin the next chapter of your life, […]

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