So you feel like you haven't had some shut-eye in about a century and you've gotten to the point where all the walking, rocking, jiggling, pacing and patting is turning you into a zombie. We see you there doing the hard yards - many of you solo, and many of you trying to let your partner get some rest for work tomorrow.
Your sleep is vital so we've made a list of sleep-aiding baby products in the hope that one or two of them might be your sleep saviour.
• Stuffy noses are a big source of sleep problems, so a vaporiser is a nursery must-have. Check out the cute range at The Sleep Store.
• The Sound Oasis BST-100 Bluetooth Sleep Sound Therapy System has 10 built-in sounds including white noise. It's $89 from Sleep Solutions.
• Or why not invest in a portable white noise machine so it's with you wherever you are. This is the Hushh Continuous White Noise Machine and it's $79.95 from The Sleep Store.
• The Cloud B Twilight Turtle Sleeping Companion projects soothing and mesmerising constellations onto the nursery wall. It's $41.99 from Baby Village.
• Edwin The Duck (top image) is an app-enabled toy, speaker and nightlight. A nightlight is a nursery essential so if you don't have one, here's one that does a tad more than an ordinary one. It's $159.95 from Hard To Find.
• The Baby Shusher claims to be a 'sleep miracle device' by using the shushing sounds you make, to get baby to sleep. It's $39.95 at Superpharmacy.
• We hear the Munchkin Lulla-Vibe, Vibrating Mattress Pad is very effective in soothing baby at bedtime. It's $59.95 at Toy Junction.
• A digital baby monitor with parent talkback will allow you to soothe baby with only a few words and coos. The Oricom SC710 is $229.95 from Toys R Us.
• While your baby might awaken in the early hours, chances are if they have a mobile for entertainment, it might buy you a few extra minutes of shut-eye. Check out the VTech Baby Little Friendlies Sleeping Stars Mobile for $53.99.
VTech Baby Little Friendlies Sleeping Stars Mobile