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those sleeping beauties
Mandy Gurney, Founder of Millpond Children's Sleep Clinic and author
of sleep bible: Teach Your Child To Sleep, guides parents through the
sleep issues during that important first year.
having realistic expectations about your child's sleep
helps you adapt to their changes
how can you help?
Fresh air and daylight will help
regulate your babys body clock
At nop times, keep the curtains
open and don't minimise noise.
Do the opposite at night, and
during night feeds keep your
voice low, with little stimulation.
This contrast will eventualy help
your baby learn that night-time is
Every night, set aside 30 minutes for your routine. Start
with a short warm both, then toke your baby straight
into the room where theyl sleep, keeping the lights dim.
Dress your boby for bed, then give them a cuddle and
a kiss before settling them in their cot.
Bobies don't come with a
programmed body dock.
They will have sensed a
difference in the womb from
During the early weeks your baby will need a feed
right before bed, but in time, try feeding earlier, so they
become less dependent on sucking to sleep Aim to put
your baby in their cot slightly awoke so they get used to
your movements or stilness,
but cannot connect this with
day and night yet and will
use their hunger as a sleep
Your baby may need more or
less sleep than average, so
• always place baby on their bock to sleep
• avoid letting your baby get too hot or too cold by using a room
thermometer (16 to 20°C is ideal)
• ploce your baby to sleep in a separate moses basket or crib in the
same room as you for the first 6 months
• use a new, firm, flat, waterproof mattress
• don't cover your baby's face or head while sieeping
• never sleep on a sofa or in an armchair with your baby
don't smoke, or let anyone smoke around you or your baby during
try not to compare them to
others - if they are thriving.
then you're getting it right.
Remember to always follow
sleep safety advice.
pregnancy or after the birth
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