So last week, I began with 5 Top Baby Sleep Myths Every Parent Should Know (Part One), so it’s no surprise that this week is all about part two! As I was writing last weeks post, more baby sleep myths kept popping into my head, hence the reason to split them into
With so much information out there on babies and sleep, as a parent, it can be hard to work out what to do. Do you wake for a dream feed or let them sleep? Is it better to wean earlier to help them sleep? Will my baby sleep better
Before we get to this weeks post, something new and exciting is happening at The Little Sleep Coach I’d love to share with you. Something I think you’re going to love! I’m partnering up with parenting expert Sharon Powell, to create Peaceful Parenting Solutions. What does this mean you might
I often hear from families who tell me their toddler was a great little sleeper then BOOM. Something happens, something changes, something shifts. Their once peaceful toddler has bedtime battles, night sleeping struggles as well as nap refusals. While tiring and frustrating, rest assured, this is really common and
Do you struggle to get to sleep? Or do you have an older child that finds it hard to drift off? If so, this ‘How to Sleep Better Using my Amazing Sleep Hacks’ post is a great way to help you all head off into the land of nod.
It can be hard to know what to do or not do when you have a new baby, so here’s some top baby sleep tips to help guide you in those early weeks and months. The truth is, it’s tough for little ones and they have so much to learn.
I expect you’re reading this if your little one has a dummy. Not only that but you feel it’s become more of a hindrance than a help? They’ve become rather attached to it and you can’t see a way to ditch it? Maybe it’s constantly being lost at night