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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...

The Owlet & Other High Tech Baby Monitors

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

Worry About Baby and Breathing Parents spend hours just watching their babies breathe whilst sleeping. They can't resist one last look before going to bed just to make sure they are OK. Worry and responsibility...

5 Things Your New Baby Nursery Can Do Without

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

New parents will always want the best for their new child, this is a given. And the baby shops are bursting to the seams with products they make you think you cannot do without. Well,...

Developmental stages & baby sleep

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

Today's blog is looking at things we need to know about baby development and baby sleep. Moving babies on to the next stage cause mums a lot of angst. You've just got your little cutie...

What an amazing baby sleep turnaround!

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

There are several different sleep training methods you can use with most of the age groups. Sleep training is not and should not be a one-size-fits-all. It's finding the right one for you and your...

Tried and Tested Lullabies for Overtired Babies

Posted by Abi Staniford on

Parents are all too familiar with every technique in the book to calm down overtired babies. But sometimes, swaying your baby back and forth simply won’t cut it. When your baby is showing signs of...

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...

Total Sleep Needs of Babies & Toddlers

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

The Developing Brain Sleep is important for the developing brain and body. By 3 years most children will have slept for more time than all the wakeful activities combined. Many parents worry their baby isn't...

Not Once but Twice

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

When you've helped a family not just once but twice now to get a good night's sleep it definitely needs sharing. "Hello lovely Karen,I’ve been holding out emailing you a progress and finally I have...

The Early Morning Riser and Addiction to Dairy and the Boob

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

Strong Temperaments This blog could have been written about several little cuties that I know. The problem often starts at around 6-8 months. I can even see the writing on the wall and predict which...