While many parents dream of the time when their babies and children have learnt how to self-settle and can go to bed each night happily and ready for sleep, the key is that this skill is learnt. Read some of our tips on how you can soothe your baby to fall asleep in their own bed.
Usually around the beginning of your third trimester, you will need to start thinking about packing your bag for your baby's birth. While we are talking about packing your bag, you will actually need to pack for two - yourself and your baby! Here we have the full list of everything you will need to ensure when those contractions start, you're ready to go!
As a teacher and educator, I have seen firsthand the benefits of early reading. While developing great reading routines for your child, you are also helping to develop your baby's language skills and early literacy development to give them a head-start in life.
Every parent knows that putting your baby down to sleep is one of the hardest and most challenging things you can do, and dreads the fact that they will need to get up several times during the night to put their crying baby back to sleep. But does that really need to be so? Read on for some tips and tricks that you can follow to help your baby get over her sleepy tantrum and get back to sleep faster than ever.