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Why is my friend’s baby sleeping and on a schedule and mine isn’t?!

2020-11-14T14:32:05+10:00November 14th, 2020|Attachment Parenting, Creative Breastfeeding, Sleep Challenges|

So, imagine yourself sitting around a circle with other mothers. And as per usual, the conversation turns to how much our babies are sleeping and how often they are feeding. I'm sure this isn't hard to imagine as it can be a weekly occurrence for many of us! As we sit there we start to [...]

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No. You don’t have to leave your child alone and crying to go to sleep.

2020-07-22T13:59:57+10:00July 22nd, 2020|Creative Breastfeeding, Sleep Challenges|

I read an article recently that almost made me cry. It's about a celebrity that is really struggling to get her toddler to sleep. My heart breaks for her for two reasons. Firstly, because I completely understand her exhaustion and wanting her child to sleep. And secondly, because she was given bad advice that she [...]

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What’s the difference between gentle night-weaning and sleep training?

2019-11-16T17:01:58+10:00June 29th, 2019|Creative Breastfeeding, Sleep Challenges|

Most of us have heard the terms "sleep training" and "self-settling" however far less parents have heard the term, "gentle night-weaning". For those of you who would like an alternative to sleep training though, this is something you might want to hear about! ♥ Gentle night-weaning: Cutting out breastfeeds over-night when your child is developmentally [...]

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What to do when your baby hates to sleep…besides drink copious amounts of coffee.

2019-06-06T09:59:31+10:00January 2nd, 2015|Breastfeeding Toddlers, Sleep Challenges, Tips to Settle Your Baby|

My youngest boy hates to sleep. And no, this is not just a little phase he is going through, nor is it my fault (although we do like to blame ourselves for these things). He has hated sleep from the second he was born all the way up until now (at just over 2 ½ years [...]

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