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January 7, 2021
Swaddling Your Baby: A Guide.

Swaddling for babies is used all over the world and has been around for centuries. Swaddling a newborn baby is common practice in the UK and Ireland; you may recognise the technique in family photoshoots, where the newborn looks like a little baby burrito. However, a swaddle’s purpose isn’t just for cute photos! Swaddling your […]

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December 21, 2020
Baby Waking At Night

Why Your Baby is Waking Up so Often During the Night and How to Help In the first 12 weeks of your little one being born, they are growing and adapting to the world around them; learning about this strange outside environment. During this time, it is extremely common for your baby to wake up […]

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December 21, 2020
Reflux, Silent Reflux and How It Can Impact Your Baby’s Sleep

Reflux, known as Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, in babies is incredibly common and usually occurs within the first 6 months of your little one being born. Reflux generally takes place while your baby’s oesophagus is still developing, which causes your baby to bring up the milk they are fed, through vomit or hiccupping. Babies generally grow […]

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December 18, 2020
10 Christmas Sleep Tips

Christmas is such an exciting time, not just for children, but for everyone. It is a time when routine really goes on hold and probably one of the only times of the year where you really get to have quality time together as a family. However, it is a time that can really interfere with […]

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December 4, 2020
What Age Do Babies Have Sleep Regression?

What Age Do Babies Have Sleep Regression? Sleep regression is the phrase used to describe when a baby or toddler who may have been previously sleeping well, begins to show changes in their sleeping patterns. This can include taking shorter, or no naps during the day, resist bedtimes and wake up through the night where […]

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October 29, 2020
Is Co-Sleeping Good Or Bad?

When raising a child, there are several ‘hot topics’ that new parents might agree or disagree on. One of the most common is whether co-sleeping or room-sharing is safe, and therefore right for your baby. Before we continue, it’s important that parents understand the difference between the two. Co-sleeping or bed-sharing is sharing a bed […]

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October 18, 2020
Preparing for the Autumn Clock Change

You have just gotten on top of things with your child's sleep and then you have another curve ball thrown at you, the Clock Change! Yes, the clocks will go back 1 hour on Sunday, October 25th at 2 am. We refer to this clock changes as the Fall Back. Out of the two clock […]

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October 16, 2020
When Will A Baby Sleep Through The Night?

From the day you bring your little one home, every aspect of life as you know it will change. This can be said especially for your sleep routine for the first few months. However, the sooner you get your baby into a sleep schedule, the sooner you can have a full night’s sleep for yourself. […]

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October 7, 2020
Is your Child Ready to Stop Napping?

How Do You Know When Your Child Is Ready To Stop Napping? As your baby grows and develops, their sleep patterns change and evolve. Over time, the amount of day time sleeps your child needs will decrease until eventually, they will stop napping altogether. Each child and family will be different in this respect. However, […]

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October 5, 2020
What is a Typical Toddler Routine?

At what age is a Toddler a Toddler? I would consider a toddler, a toddler, from about 18 months to 3-3.5 years of age. After 3.5 years I would start to consider children shifting into the preschool stage. So, we are talking about a short enough time frame with your little one between 18 months […]

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January 7, 2021
Swaddling Your Baby: A Guide.

Swaddling for babies is used all over the world and has been around for centuries. Swaddling a newborn baby is common practice in the UK and Ireland; you may recognise the technique in family photoshoots, where the newborn looks like a little baby burrito. However, a swaddle’s purpose isn’t just for cute photos! Swaddling your […]

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December 21, 2020
Baby Waking At Night

Why Your Baby is Waking Up so Often During the Night and How to Help In the first 12 weeks of your little one being born, they are growing and adapting to the world around them; learning about this strange outside environment. During this time, it is extremely common for your baby to wake up […]

Read More
Categories: , ,
December 21, 2020
Reflux, Silent Reflux and How It Can Impact Your Baby’s Sleep

Reflux, known as Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, in babies is incredibly common and usually occurs within the first 6 months of your little one being born. Reflux generally takes place while your baby’s oesophagus is still developing, which causes your baby to bring up the milk they are fed, through vomit or hiccupping. Babies generally grow […]

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December 18, 2020
10 Christmas Sleep Tips

Christmas is such an exciting time, not just for children, but for everyone. It is a time when routine really goes on hold and probably one of the only times of the year where you really get to have quality time together as a family. However, it is a time that can really interfere with […]

Read More
Categories: ,
December 4, 2020
What Age Do Babies Have Sleep Regression?

What Age Do Babies Have Sleep Regression? Sleep regression is the phrase used to describe when a baby or toddler who may have been previously sleeping well, begins to show changes in their sleeping patterns. This can include taking shorter, or no naps during the day, resist bedtimes and wake up through the night where […]

Read More
Categories: , , ,
October 29, 2020
Is Co-Sleeping Good Or Bad?

When raising a child, there are several ‘hot topics’ that new parents might agree or disagree on. One of the most common is whether co-sleeping or room-sharing is safe, and therefore right for your baby. Before we continue, it’s important that parents understand the difference between the two. Co-sleeping or bed-sharing is sharing a bed […]

Read More
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October 18, 2020
Preparing for the Autumn Clock Change

You have just gotten on top of things with your child's sleep and then you have another curve ball thrown at you, the Clock Change! Yes, the clocks will go back 1 hour on Sunday, October 25th at 2 am. We refer to this clock changes as the Fall Back. Out of the two clock […]

Read More
Categories: ,
October 16, 2020
When Will A Baby Sleep Through The Night?

From the day you bring your little one home, every aspect of life as you know it will change. This can be said especially for your sleep routine for the first few months. However, the sooner you get your baby into a sleep schedule, the sooner you can have a full night’s sleep for yourself. […]

Read More
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October 7, 2020
Is your Child Ready to Stop Napping?

How Do You Know When Your Child Is Ready To Stop Napping? As your baby grows and develops, their sleep patterns change and evolve. Over time, the amount of day time sleeps your child needs will decrease until eventually, they will stop napping altogether. Each child and family will be different in this respect. However, […]

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Categories:
October 5, 2020
What is a Typical Toddler Routine?

At what age is a Toddler a Toddler? I would consider a toddler, a toddler, from about 18 months to 3-3.5 years of age. After 3.5 years I would start to consider children shifting into the preschool stage. So, we are talking about a short enough time frame with your little one between 18 months […]

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