Category: Toddler

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I give Cheryl 5/5

I got my confidence back, I got my sleep back, we got our lives back! Mother of one, working full time, often travelling. High power jobs.   For the longest time, we believed it would sort it self out automatically as our child grew older. A few weeks became a few months, then those months...

EFTM: It’s almost HSC time so here’s a tip, GO TO BED.
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EFTM: It’s almost HSC time so here’s a tip, GO TO BED.

Many people reach out during stressful times in their lives. HSC can definitely be one of those times where your sleep is suffering.   As featured in EFTM: Link to original post: It’s almost HSC time so here’s a tip, GO TO BED, by Chris Bowden.  There’s three letters that still instil fear in me,...

Reset young body clocks for start of school
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Reset young body clocks for start of school

https://www.begadistrictnews.com.au/story/5860867/reset-young-body-clocks-for-start-of-school/ While longer-than-normal sleep ins and a-bit-more-than-usual access to the Playstation has been a wonderful part of the holidays for most children, the looming school term means parents need to think about resetting those little body clocks so they are primed for the start of the school year. Holidays can induce jet-lag-like symptoms in children...

Your baby’s perfect sleep window
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Your baby’s perfect sleep window

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...

Can Flexibility Be a Bad Thing
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Can Flexibility Be a Bad Thing

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? Babies and toddlers thrive on sleep routine, it offers them...