To reduce the incidence of SIDS and fatal sleeping accidents in Australia, SIDS and Kids educates the public in safe sleeping practices for babies. Here are their guidelines.
As your child gets older, you’ll find their sleep needs change. From their time as a newborn, through to toddlerhood and beyond, children need good sleep to help them develop and stay healthy.
Simply put the pram brake on, set the wheels on top of the Pramrolla, plug it in and off they go ... or so they think.
Katy Landrum shared that while she and her partner checked into their resort, a sleep consultant taught their baby "to cry it out".
While a routine can certainly help babies adjust to life outside the womb, and help them learn what to expect throughout the day, can it really work for all babies?
US safe baby sleeping guidelines have been updated and brought in line with those recognised by Australian health authorities.
Promising to come to the aid of exhausted parents, the high-tech bassinet can detect when a baby is crying and soothe them back to sleep.
Babies can sometimes get themselves into unusual positions while sleeping, but this youngster has the makings of an acrobat.
A study found that a whopping 91 per cent of four-week-old babies had been placed in cots with unsafe bedding.
What parents don't need to stress about is that their methods will cause more harm or have long-term negative consequences.
Parents are clamouring for a doll that helps send little ones off to sleep by "sounding a bit like Darth Vader".
How often have you been told "Just give your breastfed baby a bottle of formula at bedtime to make him sleep"? But does it work?
The short and long term consequences of controlled crying are under the spotlight with new Australian research suggesting no harm results from the practice.