You get a lot of advice when you're pregnant but it's often the case that nothing can prepare you for the lack of sleep that arrives with a newborn.
As you reach the end of your pregnancy there... read more »
Your baby is becoming more mobile and active so he may start resisting getting into a routine—especially a bedtime routine... It may become harder to keep your baby interested in the quiet routine of bedtime that you have been using... read more »
For the first six months your baby should sleep in a moses basket or cot in the same room as mum and dad. Once your baby is six to eight weeks he will probably start to sleep for shorter period during the day and longer at night, but he’ll still wake up to feed... read more »
Babies start to feel anxious about being separated and at night this can mean a normally sleeping baby can wake up often. Your baby may be worrying that you won’t return and needs reassurance that you will return. Baby may also be teething or has decided... read more »