Babies can begin teething from the age of three months and it can be a challenging time for both you and your little one. The pain and discomfort your child will feel, especially at night time, is sure to keep them up (and you!). However, there are a few things you can do to help your baby get a good night’s sleep around this time… Continue reading “What helps a teething baby sleep?” »
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When you are planning your baby’s nursery, odds are you spend lots of time thinking through your specific design plans: color schemes, coordinating furniture, accents and finishing touches, etc. But here’s something you might not consider: how will the colors you select for your nursery impact your baby’s mood and (most importantly, for our purposes) your baby’s sleep? Continue reading “What colour promotes sleep for babies?” »
Having baby sleep close by is a source of comfort for both of you, but at some point you’ll need to transition him out of your room and into his own. Continue reading “When should you let your baby sleep in their own room?” »
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