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The 8 Months Sleep Regression

What is the 8-month Sleep Regression? The 8-month sleep regression is a period of time when your baby will start waking up more at night again and be unsettled during their daily naps. It happens to most babies around the time they turn eight months old. The regression can cause your baby to wake upRead More

Help Your Toddler Feel Happier and Calmer at Bedtime

We all have been there, from around 2 years or even before our toddlers all of a sudden rebel at bedtime. Your child ask you to do a million things for them and you do until you have had enough, and you become very angry. Then the feeling of guilt floods your heart and ifRead More

Toddlers’ sleep

If you have a toddler, you probably already experienced the shift in their attitude towards life. From mealtimes to bath times, you now know very well the saying “choose your battles”. Sleep and nap times have these battles, making toddlers’ sleep very different from infant sleep. What Has Changed? Toddler’s sleep changes around the 18Read More

Developmental changes and your child’s sleep

What is the connection between developmental changes and your child’s sleep? We call it “sleep regression” but it’s actually a progression in your child’s development.While these developmental changes are blessed, crawling, sitting, standing, and walking are being learnt first in the child’s mind and show their presence during sleep. Understanding these developmental changes and exceptingRead More

Keeping up with your sleep during isolation

This blog post isn’t just for the parents or the isolated amongst us. It contains essential information to help you keep up with your sleep during isolation, or any other “out of routine” time in your life. It will help you to implement better sleep habits for your health. Work responsibilities and disrupted night sleepRead More

Early Waking

So, your amazing sleeper has started to wake up in the early mornings. You are absolutely beside yourself wondering what went wrong and how can you help them fall back to sleep. Early waking is very common, I will explain the solutions and how to help your child go back to sleep. Holding, rocking orRead More

Best time to put your child to sleep

In general, the best time to put your child to sleep is between 6pm and 7:30pm. When exactly during these times is the right time for your child? The answer depends on your child’s age, the number and duration of their naps. Yes 6pm might sound too early but has your child slept enough duringRead More

Helpful Hints on How to Create a Back to School Sleep Routine

Sleep is essential for children’s cognitive development, their ability to focus and maintain their wellbeing. Routine can be helpful when you are trying to achieve better sleep for your child. Whether parents have a good routine that works for their family or they are looking to get their family into a routine, most parents agreeRead More

Support In Sleep Training

Sleep training is not always easy, especially for parents who are sleep deprived. These parents find it hard to deal with day to day tasks and need that extra support in order to be successful with sleep training. Babies cry to let us know they do not like the changes we are trying to implement.Read More

Sleep & Cognitive Development in Infants & Toddlers – Study

Children need sleep for their cognitive development and this is the perfect reason why my profession is very sought after. The research below shows how sleep is related to cognitive development. The research identifies the need for parent-based, sleep-focused education and intervention to improve children’s early development. The research conclusion calls for further research ofRead More