Posts Tagged ‘sleeping’

Staying Sane without Sleep

Some babies are great sleepers (so I have heard) while others are more keen on a 20-minute nap every 3 or 4 hours. Either way at some point most parents will endure a period where they get less sleep than is needed to function well. Perhaps the hardest thing about sleep deprivation is that it […] Read more…

Koo-di Polka Dot Pop-Up Travel Bubble Cot

Koo-di Polka Dot Pop-Up Travel Bubble Cot

Koo-di Polka Dot Pop-Up Travel Bubble Cot from Incy Wincy A holiday in the sun or a weekend away with baby needn’t be a major expedition, and Koo-di has the perfect solution for an afternoon nap or overnight sleep while you’re away from home. Weighs less than 3kg and folds into its own carry bag. It pops up […] Read more…

Parents cuddling sleeping baby

Sleep and Attachment

Night waking in babies serves many healthy and protective functions. It allows frequent feeding and the intake of needed nutrition for growth; it creates the opportunity for emotional reconnection and stimulation of optimal brain development; and it is potentially protective against SIDS, allowing babies to avoid long periods of time in deep sleep that can […] Read more…