There’s nothing like a sleeping baby. That angelic face as they snooze AND a little time for you to relax and take five. You deserve it! So, you want to get their sleeping arrangements right, with somewhere that keeps them snug and safe.
Babies and toddlers need lots of sleep every single day, and more than they can get overnight. Which means napping, and plenty of it! Your little one will need to nap during the day to stay happy and healthy, and to grow and develop. And it even gives you a little peace and quiet or an opportunity to get a few jobs done.
Many parents choose to co-sleep with their baby, whilst others have it thrust up them. Either way, co-sleeping can feel more secure and can have benefits, but there can be risks too. Here we look into the safety concerns around co-sleeping as well as how you can reduce any potential risks.
Next-to-me cribs are a popular choice for parents as they allow your little one to sleep in their own bed and also give you the comfort of having them right next to you. But with so many warnings about sticking to safe sleeping habits, are next-to-me cribs that safe to use?
Moving your baby from sleeping in your room to their own bedroom is one of the most important steps in their development. Establishing good sleeping habits early in life – including sleeping independently from you – will set your little one up for better sleep throughout their childhood.
Sleep safety has long been a serious and emotive issue for parents.
How to keep your sleeping baby safe at night whilst still staying close by. Most parents keep their baby in their own room for the first six months. This makes it easier for you to feed, comfort, and watch your baby during the night.
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Sleep safety has long been a serious and emotive issue for parents. With the introduction of side-sleeping cribs, they have achieved a delicate balance of how to safely soothe, feed and bond with your baby during the night without sharing a bed.