If you’re like most parents, you probably can’t take more than a couple of steps in your house without tripping over a doll, a stuffed teddy or action figure. You are probably familiar with the sensation of getting those hard, building block pieces embedded in the bottom of your bare foot, or having to spend ten minutes scooping your child’s dripping bath toys such as plastic fish, ducks and bottles out of the bathtub every night. Read more
Archive for month: June, 2015
Sometimes parents just need a little bit of advice and guidance. You don’t know… what you don’t know. Not all mum’s breast feed, therefore please also consider this when bottle feeding your little one.
“My 13-month-old falls asleep on her own when I first put her to bed but then wakes during the night and screams unless I get her and breastfeed her back to sleep. How do I get her to put herself back to sleep during the night?”
This is a fairly common problem that children have. The good news is that you have tackled the main issue, which is getting her to fall asleep on her own.
do you have baby monitor addiction syndrome?
It might sound silly, but this is really an area of concern for me.
I can remember being at a client’s home several years ago having a consultation, talking about this child’s sleep. He was at the very top of the stairs in his bedroom, crying. We were also listening to him cry on the monitor on the coffee table. Read more
Today, our question comes from Marnie, and she writes,
“My one-year-old is waking up at 4:00 AM, and won’t go back to sleep even after I nurse him. He then, struggles to make it to his first nap of the day. He goes to bed at 7:30, and has two solid naps during the day. How can I get my baby to sleep longer?” Read more
I am passionate about helping families get the sleep they need to be happy and healthy. I am now a proud mum of two girls exactly a year apart in age.
– Judy Clark