6 Reasons Your Child Isn't Sleeping Through The Night

1- Hunger Whilst some may drop their night feeds sooner, it is quite normal for babies to still need an overnight feed up until 7-8 months of age. For children who have already started on solids, it…

Common Sleep Myths Part 3 - Keeping your child awake makes them sleep better at night

Many people think that keeping their child awake for longer during the day will make them sleep better at night. Only last week one of my clients said to me ‘…but surely if my child is super-tired by…

Common Sleep Myths Part 2 - Never wake a sleeping baby

This is probably one of the most common phrases you will hear once you have a child. Before understanding so much about sleep, there is no way I’d ever have believed that waking up a sleeping child…

Common Sleep Myths Part 1 - Always nap your child in a light room

This is something I hear all the time - that sleeping your child in broad daylight is essential to avoid them from getting day and night confused. Whilst this is certainly true for little newborns…

A Story of my Overtired Catnapper

That’s certainly what I thought when I had my first baby. Back then I knew very little about sleep and, in all honesty, I didn’t think too much about it. I didn’t consider routines or structuring…

Helpful vs Unhelpful Sleep Associations

Working on establishing helpful sleep associations (and avoiding unhelpful ones) can really have a positive impact on your child’s sleep, both day and night. Helpful Sleep Associations If your child…