If you’re reading this, you’re probably among the many parents – the vast majority, actually – who encounter sleeping problems with their baby at some point or another.
Common problems include:
- having to feed or hold your baby for them to fall asleep
- short catnaps during the day
- frequently waking through the night
- waking super early and ready to start the day at 5am
- toddlers who struggle to stay in their own bed
It's the perfect storm, really: exhaustion, conflicting advice (so much conflicting advice!) and the general upheaval of a tiny new member of the family. It's no wonder that so many parents – first-timers especially – feel confused, stressed and unsure.
I am a researcher and I feel really passionately about giving people evidenced-based information about how sleep works and the different approaches that we can use to help your baby increase their sleep skills.
Learning how sleep works and what is normal as your baby grows and develops can help you feel empowered to make changes that feel right for you and your family and most importantly, are then sustainable in the long term!
Talk to me today about a consultation so we can get everyone sleeping better!
The baby product market is booming. There are a lot of really brilliant and essential baby merchandise available, and equally plenty of impractical low-quality gear…..but where do you start?
At Babysomnia I get asked all the time what are the things that we really need to ensure safe sleep in our baby. So we have taken the guesswork out and we are passionate about ensuring your investment is sound and will stand the test of time.
Our clients have raved about circumventing hours in baby superstores by leaning on a system based on useful, proven and personal trial and error. With eight children between us, trust us we have spent an inordinate amount on the wrong products on our path to nailing the right ones! We love every hand selected piece in our beautiful collection and guarantee you will not be disappointed.
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