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Why Setting up Sleep from an Early Age has Huge Benefits for Everyone

Why Setting up Sleep from an Early Age has huge Benefits for Everyone

When I am working with clients on their little ones sleep, one of the most common questions I often get is “what could I have done earlier on to avoid having to do sleep coaching now”, or “Is there any thing I can do with my second child so that we get things right from…
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Newborn sleep

Newborn Sleep

A huge congrats to Meghan and Harry on the arrival of their new little baby boy! I am so excited for their journey into Parenthood and I don’t doubt that they will make the most amazing parents. I hope to be joining their little boy gang very soon, all be it second time over! So…
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Combatting Early Morning Waking

Combatting Early Morning Waking

After my super successful recent Instagram Live on Early Morning Waking, I promised I would run through some of the most useful tips and techniques I use, all trialled and tested with many clients over the years. The way in which you approach the early waking of your child will, of course, depend on their…
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Springing Forward – Saving Routines When the Clock Changes…

Springing Forwards – dealing with the clock change and your baby’s routine

The clock change is upon us once again, and for most this means longer days and that summer is on the way – hurrah! For some of us, though (us parents!), this can mean concerns about your child or baby’s routine and worry about how best to deal with it… Here are my top tips…
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Channel 5 News

Heidi was featured on Channel 5 news with her thoughts on potty training.

To Dreamfeed or not to Dreamfeed?

To Dreamfeed or not to Dreamfeed?

To “dreamfeed”- a word that is alien to most until they enter the world of parenting when it then becomes either a life saving sleep tip, or a matter of much confusion. The phrase dreamfeed means basically to pick up your baby from a sleep state, and to offer them a feed (be it breast…
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Motherhood

The Fourth Trimester – Highs and Lows

Fourteen weeks old and counting. There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t wish that time would stand still, and I could cuddle my newborn baby boy forever. We no longer fit into that “take it easy, you have a newborn” category and life is mostly back to normal… I’m both excited but…
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White Noise and Baby Sleep!

White Noise and Baby Sleep!

One of the most popular questions I get asked in my sleep workshops is whether or not white noise can cause sleep problems for babies at a later date. Many mums are concerned that by using white noise they are teaching their babies to sleep in an environment that is not “real life”, and that…
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The Not So Perfect Napper and Reflux

There I said it! My baby does not sleep perfectly! It’s probably one of the most frustrating things to admit when your sole job is getting babies to sleep well – but it is true. See the thing is, in my workshops and with private clients, I will always tell parents that you can always…
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Newborns and Routines – the fact and the fiction!

Newborns and Routines – the fact and the fiction!

When I was pregnant, I was confident that I would aim to help my baby get into a routine as soon as I felt like it was the right time. If you have ever attended one of my Sleep Workshops, you will know that I always advise setting up a routine for baby as it…
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