sleep

The importance of a bedtime routine

So many positive things can come out of having a predictable and structured bedtime routine for your children.  Routines can help with bonding, can impact how they sleep, help them learn, and it can help them feel safe and secure.  Emma, our holistic sleep coach explains.  Bedtime routines help them find their rhythm Erratic bedtimes …

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When the crying doesn’t stop….here are 10 tricks to try

  Having a baby who cries a lot can take its toll on everyone in the family,  when they crying doesn’t stop, finding the reason for their crying and how to help relieve them can be tricky and stressful.  We have compiled a list of 10 things to try when the crying doesn’t stop.  It …

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Transitioning to no daytime naps

Ready to drop their naps?

Transitioning out of naps can be a tricky time for toddlers. Most children drop their daytime nap completely by 3 or 4 years old. Most children will still be very tired but don’t have the need to actually sleep, or commonly they may drop a nap a few times a week but need to sleep …

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5 Sleep Tips for Tired Parents

Most parents don’t get enough sleep.  When your baby is keeping you awake through the night that is one thing, but sometimes even when our children are sleeping, we can’t! Sleep deprivation is well understood now to effect so many functions in our body; from brain processing, eye sight, mood, appetite.  So if you can’t …

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