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Sleep & Starting Nursery

Sleep & Starting Nursery

One of the things parents and caregivers worry about is how their little one will sleep when they start nursery or you introduce childcare at home and someone new is going to take over the sleep process. This is a concern for both parents of little ones that sleep...

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Transitioning your child to their own room

Transitioning your child to their own room

Moving your baby into their own room can be a huge step for both baby and parents. Actually, it’s often a bigger emotional step for parents with little ones often taking it in their stride. With that in mind make sure YOU are ready for the move. Safe sleep...

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4 Month ‘Sleep Regression’

4 Month ‘Sleep Regression’

The 4 month ‘sleep regression’ is one of the top things I get asked about in my weekly Q&A. It often comes at a time when your baby has just started to settle into a natural routine and can go longer stretches at night between feeds. It can hit parents like a ton...

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How long does my baby need to sleep for?

How long does my baby need to sleep for?

When you first start telling everyone you are pregnant, immediately after the hugs and congratulations, come the jokes about the impending lack of sleep. Every parent knows that sleep loss is part of having a child. But the question is ‘how much sleep should your...

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When to ask for help with your child’s sleep

When to ask for help with your child’s sleep

It doesn’t matter how many children you have; nothing can prepare you for the sleep deprivation when your little one arrives. The effects of sleep deprivation can be very harsh on both parents and children alike and that’s why it’s so important that sleepless nights...

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If I sleep train, will I still be able to breastfeed?

If I sleep train, will I still be able to breastfeed?

During initial enquiries and consultations, this may be the most common question I get asked and the short answer is yes, you can still breastfeed whilst sleep training. Many parents think that breastfed babies sleep worse than bottle-fed babies, but this is actually...

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The importance of friendship when raising a child

The importance of friendship when raising a child

There’s no doubt that having children is a truly magical time in your life, but it also turns your world upside down. One thing you may have found when becoming a parent is that you slowly shift away from some of friends, especially those who don’t have children...

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How do I manage my child’s sleep on holiday?

How do I manage my child’s sleep on holiday?

Holiday and sleep. It’s something so many parents worry about when they should be excited for their time away. I’m going to give you some tips for making sure your little ones sleep as well on holiday as they do at home. You need to free up worrying to give you time...

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How do I stop those 5am wakings?

How do I stop those 5am wakings?

One of the most common questions I get asked is ‘how to stop early wakings’ and ‘why is my child always waking at 5am?’. So many families reach out to me because their little ones wake early and they can’t settle them back to sleep. It’s so tough. It’s tough for your...

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Paternal mental health

Paternal mental health

Having had a career as an infantry soldier, going into fatherhood I thought I would be able to handle any situation and cope with it. Being ex-military, my views on mental health were probably very extreme because I felt like I...

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FAQs about safer sleep: everything you need to know

FAQs about safer sleep: everything you need to know

When it comes to bringing your baby home for the first time, it's a very exciting moment but it can also cause parents some worries about how best to keep your baby safe.  Let's not beat around the bush, the fear of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome or otherwise...

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My Pre-Natal Experience As A First Time Dad

My Pre-Natal Experience As A First Time Dad

I have been reflecting on my pre-natal experience over the last few days and wanted to share my experience with new and expecting Dads. We moved house when my wife was 32 weeks pregnant. We had a small top floor flat in London that was not ideal for a baby. So we sold...

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I suffer with anxiety and Chris was understood my fears around sleep training. He helped me figure a way that I was comfortable. The ongoing support he provides is amazing too. 100% recommend Chris to anyone!
Nicola, Kent (Charlie, 20 months)

Jaxon had no routine; he would only sleep on us or in his bouncy chair. At night he would always end up in our bed. Now he goes to sleep in his cot himself! Chris was so helpful and responds to messages quickly. Get Chris on board, you won’t regret it.
Alana, Kent (Jaxon 10 months)

When Chris told me he could get Rohan sleeping the whole night in his cot within 2 weeks – I laughed! Night 11 on his plan and he was! And Chris’ support is genuinely unlimited. 100% recommend.
Junique, Hertfordshire (Rohan, 11 months)