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confused by all the conflicting information out there?

Information about the all illusive sleep is all over social media and with every contradictory mention of a new rule, it’s easy to lose hope. There seem to be countless things that you need to do to get your children to sleep, and in equal measure, countless things you shouldn’t do. 

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I am so relieved that I finally had the confidence to make an appointment. It has literally been life changing for us and our beautiful baby who has never been happier. There is so little quality information out there for parents who need specific help with sleep. Thank you..


Kate was able to connect with me on a level that I just couldn’t find elsewhere. Her qualifications gave me a lot of confidence at face value, but it was most definitely the personal connection and her ability to really ‘hear’ my story that made our Babysomnia experience so positive


I would highly recommend Babysomnia to anyone struggling with sleep issues. This is not a ‘one size fits all’ approach. The whole experience felt very personal and Kate connected with me mother to mother in a way that I really needed during a very challenging time


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Does White Noise Really Help my Newborn Sleep?

Does White Noise Really Help my Newborn Sleep?

There are so many different products on the market, all with the promise of better sleep for your baby.While not all of these live up to the hype, there are definitely some that are better than others. Over the last couple of years there has been increased interest in white noise machines. Here is a break down on what they do and how they impact on sleep. 

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What you Need to Know for Safe Sleeping for Babies

What you Need to Know for Safe Sleeping for Babies

Babies spend a lot of time sleeping. This means that it's important to be aware of safe sleep positions for your little one. The most important rule is to always put your baby on their back to sleep, not on the tummy or side. Place your baby’s feet at the very end of the cot and make sure you tuck the sheets and blankets in tightly. This is important as it stops them from wriggling down under the blankets.

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