……Can’t recommend the book enough, having not been in a position to pay for private help from Lucy I bought the book and hoped that I would be able to “fix” sleep for all of
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….So I went out and bought your book on Friday and read through it all. We started implementing your suggested routine straight away and have successfully gotten baby to sleep at bedtime and 2 morning
Your new baby will come with their own individual sleep ability. Please bear in mind that in the first 6 months or so there are no real, so called “bad habits” and you must not
Naps are challenging to say the least. Day time sleep is quite different to night time sleep and although not the same, they are related and have a big impact on each other. Achieving adequate
If you find yourself struggling to establish better sleep for you and your young child then it may be worth considering making some changes to how you operate when it comes to sleep time and
It is not unusual for some parents to have a great little sleeper who all of a sudden turns into a horrible little sleeper. Typically, sleeping issues may be represented by a resistance to sleep
For many years experts have been promoting the concept of the B’s..that is Bath, Bottle and Bed. However, this ideal may only be suitable for a certain percentage of families and for the rest of
Developmental stages and milestones can have a significant impact on your child's sleep. It is not a myth, but a reality with some children being more affected by others and some stages causing a bigger
Your child will generally require a day time nap for the first 3 years of life. This would typically be considered a biological need for sleep that evolves from birth. Without necessary daytime sleep, you
Lots of factors affect your child’s sleep, the timing, the environment and way in which they go to sleep, developmental leaps and stages, travel, maternal mood for example. Another significant sleep-wrecker is sickness and teething.
Sleep: a wake-up Hyperactivity, even ADHD, may be caused by late nights, says Tessa Thomas Most children feel a little ratty after a poor night’s sleep. But some sleep experts now suggest that sleep deprivation
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