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BABY SLEEP IN THE FIRST 12 WEEKS

Babies grow and change very rapidly in the first 12 weeks of their lives as they adapt to life in the outside world. Their sleep patterns and rhythms start to mature towards the end of this period and in these initial few months you will see evidence of a lot of neurological development in your baby. Let’s examine what is going on in your baby's world during this time...>

 
 
 
 
 

EARLY WAKING

“Early waking” is considered to be your baby waking and not being able to be settled back to sleep before 6:30am for a baby under 6 months or before 6:00am for a baby over 6 months. Here are the main reasons babies wake early...>

 

 

 

 

SETTLING TECHNIQUES

Despite words like “self-settling” and “sleep training” and “bad sleep habits” being thrown around in the direction of mums, the fact of the matter is that young babies very often need help to settle to sleep. There is NOTHING WRONG with this and up until around 3 months of age the way your baby falls asleep will have little to no impact on their ability to stay asleep (as it does in older babies). Prior to 3 months old you are NOT going to ruin your baby’s sleep for the rest of their lives by helping them to settle...>

 

 

 

SLEEPING THROUGH THE NIGHT

There are many factors that contribute to your baby sleeping well at night, some are within your control and some are baby-specific, based on their age or size. Let’s examine these factors in the hope it might help you and your baby towards a full night...>

 

 

 

 

NEW COT BUMPER BREAKTHROUGH IN BABY BEDDING SAFETY

New Cot Bumper breakthrough in baby bedding safet. For years traditional cot bumper pads have posed a potential health hazard for infants. The risk of suffocation or strangulation is of real concern due to the nature of their construction. Now we finally have a solution...>

 

 

 

10 WAYS TO REALLY HELP SOMEONE WHO HAS A NEW BABY


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