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Preventing the dreaded 4 month baby sleep regression

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

I'm back from my UK trip. My first holiday in 4 years and I've come back refreshed and ready to help many more sleep deprived families out there. And it's back to my blogging ASAP and...

The Dream Feed

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

When to stop dream feeding baby? I've had quite a few babies over 6 months old, having a dream feed still, and it's had a big impact on sleeping through the night.Some parents swear by...

Dummies and pacifiers - baby sleep problems

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

The decision to finally admit that the dummy is not helping your baby's sleep is a tough one. I've had another tough week of removing dummies from babies, who are addicted to them as a...

The Pause - this may be the single most important thing about babies and sleep

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

Yesterday I had a most interesting day. I went to the Karitane Conference at Darling Harbour. I met up with all my old colleagues, which was really lovely. Hello to Jodie, Cheryl, Sue, Jennifer, Lesley, Lyn,...

Baby wearing

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

Slings and baby carriers have been around for a very long time and many parents find them invaluable. It is instinctual to keep your baby close to you. It helps attachment and bonding. We become...