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!
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If your baby gets sick, and its affecting their sleep or ability to settle to sleep, and you think "argh I don't want to go backwards or create any new habits", check out the hierarchy of self soothing. We get asked this question a lot, and our answer is to assume your baby can still self settle, then if they can't slowly work your way down the hierarchy. Start by offering them voice, shushing, singing, quietly talking, add in some proximity as well, get really close, maybe sit on the floor by the cot, or reach over the top. You can use some touch too, rub their back, or tummy or forehead. If they are getting more and more upset, external support would be patting or rocking etc. Finally the last two are you physically making baby drowsy with feeding, rocking, patting, holding etc. If you always work your way down the hierarchy, instead of leaping in at the bottom, you will know how much support your baby needs while sick, and as they get better you should be able to stop going as low on the chat and they will begin to self settle again. Anyone suffering an illness regression at the moment? x Emma and the Baby Sleep Team
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