Nap transitions can be confusing and tricky times. Firstly, all you generally notice is that something strange is going on with your baby’s daytime sleep. They are fighting sleep when they wouldn’t usually and can appear very tired at other parts of the day. What’s going on? Often this is a sign that your baby is in a nap transition. I want to talk about the transition when your baby drops from three naps a day to two. This transition generally happens anywhere between 6 – 8 months. There is no …
Many new mums are overwhelmed and exhausted.
They’ve tried almost everything just to get their baby to sleep.
- Googled blog posts
- Asked friends and relatives for advice
- Read all the books by the experts
- Asked their friends what works for them
- Tried all the baby sleep products on the market...
Yet, there’s still a lot of crying, rocking and feeding, their baby finally settle.
But before they know it, their baby is wide awake again.
Finally, some mums come to ask themselves:
I remember when my children were toddlers still so well. They were busy, curious, entertaining, pushy and exhausting! Any wonder I loved nap time! I’ve got a sneaking suspicion I wasn’t the only mum out there dreading the day my toddler would drop her day sleep! How would I get anything done? I loved that window in the middle of the day to eat my lunch in peace, catch up on things and go to the toilet by myself. It’s the simple things, right? But the day inevitably came, the day nap was dropped …
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