Sleep-wake clocks are a great tool for helping children to sleep. They can be understood from about 19 months. They are a very successful sleep tool when used correctly. Here are some tips to help: Choose the right clock The simpler the clock the easier it will be for your child to understand. Claessens bunny
A joyous heat wave is on its way to the UK. Bring on the ice-cream, paddle pools and pims! ☺ It can also mean uncomfortable, stuffy nights. Our houses in the UK are built to keep the heat in after all! Here are some tips to help your little ones sleep well this summer. 1.
Some people already know what feels right when it comes to co sleeping. But for other families it can be a difficult decision. So here are some simple questions to ask yourself to help you figure out if its right for you. Question 1 – Why? Why are you doing it and who is co
You can take some comfort in the fact that this is a common scenario for many parents. Why does this happen? And most importantly what can you do about it? To start with it’s important to understand sleep cycles. Without geeking-out too much… let me explain. For around the first third of the night your
First of all you are not alone…and second of all…it’s totally inhumane right! And to add insult to injury -kids tv hasn’t even started yet. For me – these were the hardest times. The times before 6am were brutal and lonely, frustrating and quite simply depressing. So what’s going on? Why are our little darlings
Easter is a joyous occasion. Its guaranteed to have the kids hopping with excitement. There are so many things to look forward to –having a break, seeing loved ones and of course egg hunts! It’s a time for fun, laughter and…overtired melt downs! Sound familiar? Maintaining balance during this sugar-fueled holiday and preventing overtiredness can
Making the move from a cot to a big bed is a very exciting time for children and parents alike, but it can come with challenges. Some children do stay there from night one, which is great. But if your child has discovered their freedom and spends sleepy time roaming around like a nocturnal animal