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Has Your Baby Learned To Stand In The Cot & Is No Longer Sleeping?

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

Has your baby has learned to stand and no longer sleeping? https://www.facebook.com/NurtureParenting.BabySleep/videos/185664042644969/I got the following help message from a mum ...Hi Karen, My little boy Hunter is now nine and a half months old.In the...

My Go-To Parenting Books Part Two

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

In part two of this blog, I’m giving you my go-to toddler & child behaviour parenting books. I’m giving you a little run down on each one and their main messages. This is not a...

My Go To Parenting Books to Help With Child Behaviour

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

In this blog, I'm giving you my go-to toddler & child behaviour parenting books. I'm going to give you a little run down on each one and it's main messages. This is not a definitive...

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...

Non-nutritive breast feeding and baby sleep regressions

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

The sleep regression I hear the phrase 'my baby has a sleep regression' mentioned a lot and I'm going to explore this little hot potato. Breastfeeding your baby to sleep after 4-months of age is...

Lucy was always crying and wouldn't sleep

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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....

Terrible Toddler sleep - Eli's story about her son Brendan

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

Sleep Success with my son Brendan 16mths – 2.5 yrs old. My son Brendan has always been a terrible sleeper. From the day we brought him home from the hospital we did what many new...

From terrible to terrific after sleep training

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When you've reached desperation  Parents don't contact me when they are just a little bit tired. They contact me when they feel completely broken and have nothing left. These were not first-time parents either. Both...

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...

Becoming a Midwife and going back to the village

Posted by Karen Faulkner on

Village Life Nurse Bracken is the reason I became a midwife. Growing up in a tiny English village, Levens, in the South of Cumbria near the Lake District, where families had their own midwife. It's...