Maximise your child’s sleep time by following these 5 steps to ensure your child falls asleep, and more importantly stays asleep!
The sleep window is that perfect window of time in which a baby is ready for sleep, and will calmly and happily go to sleep. It’s so important that you read your baby’s sleep signs and don’t miss their window – otherwise you can be sure nap times (and even night times) won’t go to plan.
Find out how long your baby should be sleeping for by following this easy sleep time reference guide.
One of the key elements in ensuring a happy, healthy sleep routine for you and your baby/toddler is a little flexibility (we all know how life can throw a spanner in the works after all!) – but could too much flexibility be a bad thing?
One of the hardest elements to adjust to when introducing a new baby into the family can be the sense of cabin fever that tends to set in! Along with a new baby comes a new daily schedule, and one of the most crucial elements of this new lifestyle is an established, consistent sleep routine for your baby. But does this mean that you have to sacrifice your sense of freedom and free spirit? Does this mean putting your life on hold for nap times?