Baby Sleep


Do what works: There is no ‘one size fits all’ definition of co-sleeping.

5 co-sleeping myths busted

In case you are co-sleeping with your baby, and all the ‘helpful’ advice from others is sending you down the slippery slope of self-doubt, let’s bust a few myths on the topic.

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What you need to know about sleep regressions

The four-month sleep regression, the 12-month sleep regression, the 18-month sleep regression: what's happening to your baby? No, your child isn't going backwards - she's actually progressing.

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"Healthy foods" may be causing sleep problems.

Is food keeping your baby (and you) awake?

There are a number of reasons for babies to start waking more often during the night, but checking your child's diet for the naturally occurring chemical salicylate can have a big impact on everyone's sleep.

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Sleep schools and the science of settling

Most parents who attend sleep schools with their babies are at their wit’s end. The centres help shell-shocked parents cope with the many confounding aspects of babies and toddlers, from unsettled nights to challenging behaviour.

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