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Healing The Wounded Inner Child

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

Reflecting on Childhood Before you even think about having a baby you will start to reflect on your own childhood. You will find yourself examining the ways in which your parents raised you. There may...

Healing The Inner Child

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

Reflecting on Childhood Before you even think about having a baby you will start to reflect on your own childhood. You will find yourself examining the ways in which your parents raised you. There may...

Limit setting for your baby 0-12 months

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

Limit Setting Toddlers are designed to push boundaries and it comes naturally to these cute little mini dictators. The danger as their parent is you forget to maintain your boundary or limit setting. Until the...

Lucy was always crying and wouldn't sleep

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

Lucy, Rachel and Tom’s Story Just after the clock ticked over, on the first of January our little baby Lucy came into the world. She was a beautiful and determined little spirit, our first baby....

Object permanence and separation anxiety

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

Object permanence Object permanence, a period of rapid cognitive development is often linked to separation anxiety. Starting at 6-8 months it becomes permanent at 16-18 months.In the first year, babies are discovering everything has a...

Longterm demand feeding may be doing harm

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

Feeding schedules and demand feeding Demand feeding has become an overused and misinterpreted phrase. Formula-fed babies are rarely demand fed. It’s mainly breast-fed babies. Whilst this is a good thing in the early months, to...

Sleep Training Will Not Hurt Your Baby

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

Sleep training and the debate about, is it good for your baby can send most parents into a tailspin. Most parents arrive at the decision out of necessity. Rarely arriving at this decision because life...

Baby boys and sleep problems

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

Here's something else from the anticipated baby sleep book I'm writing. Something that when I researched it, blew me away. It's HUGE. Gender and effects on sleep. This may surprise parents and when I had...

Babies and crying, what is OK?

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

I am busy writing away in my dusty writers Garrett! Yes, the baby sleep book is very nearly there so I thought it only fair that I gave you a little taster/teaser from it before...

Baby not Sleeping and Waking a Lot at Night?

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

How does baby sleep come undone? This is something I get asked about an awful lot.  There are many reasons why your baby is not sleeping. The baby was never sleep trained/prevented in the first...