Is your baby regularly waking through the night? Toddler or pre-schooler refusing to go to sleep at bedtime?
If you’ve been getting up several times during the night to replace her soother, or madly looking for lost dummies in the dark, then a Sleepytot comforter is the solution for you.
Sleepytot can comfort baby right from birth, safely and soundly!
Sleepytot New Zealand shared Baby sleep consultant's photo.
Tag a friend who has a baby and might like some hints and tips to help settle their crying baby. .............Babies cry for so many reasons............ 1. Pain 2. Over stimulation 3. Being undressed 4. Too hot or cold 5. Colic 6. Hungry Ways you can help your new baby calm down and stop crying.... Feeding, when hungry or simply as a soothing and calming technique. Sucking on a dummy if not interesting in nursing for comfort. Warm wheat bag on your babies mid section as you cuddle. White noise either in an app or white noise machine, playing continuously when baby is upset. Motion from either rocking, walking in a front pack, or driving in the car, this is a powerful settling tool. Swaddling, especially arms down and firm across the mid-section. Change babies nappy if they need it, as this can be upsetting on a new bum! Holding either upright over your shoulder or against your chest, or try the colic hold across your forearm. Patting their back or bum in a rhythmical manner helps trigger the calming reflex too. Give it a go! Don't rush to put your new baby down to sleep if you have managed to calm them down. Give them time to drift into a deep sleep, and really calm down. If you want some more help with settling strategies and our "how to teach self settling" workbook, register for our webinar in October. https://babysleepconsultant.webinarninja.co/my/wnwebinarlist/index?webinar_id=30853
Sleepytot New Zealand shared Linc Baby's photo.
Yes we have a lulla doll and love it 😍 I was stuck rocking Avery to sleep and no mater how much I tried to put her down she would scream and scream. Once we got lulla there was no more crying when putting her down, she would just snuggle down and go to sleep. It did take a few days to get her use to lulla and get rid of the loud white noise that we also had going but now she is happy going to bed and sleeps amazing at night too. So big thumbs up from us 👍👍 we got our lulla doll from Sleepytot New Zealand
Sleepytot New Zealand shared PizzaBottle's photo.
Society tells us that baby bonding is all about Mum and baby. But hey, what about Dads? After all, it took two to tango and Dads are a very important person in a baby’s life too. Fathers generally find bonding with their baby more challenging because they don’t breastfeed, have pregnancy hormones an...