The lockdown period was favourable to many parents as it provided an opportunity to establish sleep practices without the stresses of commuting, school runs and daycare. However, for many, the routine derived from work, school and daycare were the very foundation of their sleep routine and now their sleep is in free fall and bedtime...Read more
How to Keep Your Cool This Summer When Pregnant
Having a newborn during the bright summer months is quite simply a joy – but getting there can be tough going. To say the least! Put simply, summer heat and your third trimester don’t go well together. Experts explain that when you’re pregnant, your body temperature is a little higher than normal, so add in...
Managing Your Baby’s Naps Under 6 Months
Naps are definitely hard, regardless of your child’s age. But none more so than in those early few months...
Coping With Hay Fever When You’re Pregnant
We all love getting out and about in the summer, but there is a downside for many people to the lighter, brighter, warmer days – the dreaded hay fever.
The Art Of The Nap
Your child will generally require a day time nap for the first 3 years of life. This would typically be considered a biological need for sleep that evolves from birth. Without necessary daytime sleep, you may find that your night-time sleep is fractured, due to overtiredness, and you may also observe compromised mood, behaviour and...