Baby Whisperer tips for your newborn

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7 ways to combat the arsenic hour with your newborn | newborn sleep help

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How to wean off my babies swaddle?

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How to cope when pregnant over Summer

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Newborn Sleep

Newborn Sleep – How to get your newborn to sleep!?
Newborn sleep is one of the trickiest phases in your babies sleep journey. Let me help you make sense of it!

Newborns are born neurologically very immature. This means that their sleep is also very immature, there are no cycles, or consistent awake periods, they can’t self […]

By |December 16th, 2016|newborn|0 Comments

Tired signs, vs Over tired signs

New-born babies display very distinctive tired signs when you know what to look for, and it’s important to learn these signs as every new parent quickly learns, an over tired baby is one who cries rather than sleeps.

In the very early days (1-2 weeks old) you can literally feed your baby, burp and change them […]

By |July 25th, 2015|newborn|6 Comments

Little gems in the cyber parenting community

A shiny gem amongst a sometimes hostile on-line parenting world!
We all know that parenting is a minefield of opinions and facts and judgement, and people love to share their opinions good or bad on everything! But finally their is a website that seems to sit quite nicely and offer lots of information and hints and tips without being judgemental. […]

By |July 9th, 2015|newborn|0 Comments

To dummy or not to dummy

To Dummy or not to Dummy?

I love the dummy… may be surprised to hear a Baby Sleep Consultant say that, but I do, I love it.  I have 3 children 2 that love(d) the dummy and 1 that loves her thumb (she is now 4).  I know which one I personally prefer.

However, as a Baby […]

By |July 3rd, 2015|newborn, sleep training, Uncategorized|0 Comments

New-born sleep expectations

Expectations of Newborn Sleep

Recently I have worked with a number of parents of newborns who had very high expectations of their baby’s sleep. As a Sleep Consultant, I am trained to apply the science babies’ sleep and teach parents how to settle their newborns, but newborns are unique to work with, and here is why:

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By |March 23rd, 2015|newborn|0 Comments