How to move away from contact napping
Category: Normal Infant Sleep
Sleep difficulties with toddlers is more common than many mums realise. The toddler years are a tricky phase for your little one, no longer a baby but not quite a big boy or girl just yet. The toddler age can be a confusing time for your little one, they may yearn for freedom and independence but still need to security of knowing mum or dad are nearby should they need them.
Hey first time mum or mummy to be
Congratulations! This is an exciting time for you. After you give birth you’ll probably feel every emotion under the sun, joy, excitement, maybe some anxiety and fear of the unknown.
If your little one isn’t sleeping you might be considering sleep training or modifying of some sort, you might be worried or even feeling overwhelmed by the task.â
Should I change my daily routine?â â
Should my baby be napping more? â
Is my baby napping too much? â
....Are You Prepared To Do It EVERY Time You Want Your Baby To Sleep?
If you are..... then please feel free to click away from this page or ignore everything i'm about to say.
It can be really hard to change how your baby sleeps when you’re not sure how, are probably chronically sleep deprived, lacking in confidence and probably in patience too. Changing another person’s habits, never mind those of your baby can be tough but changing your own sleep habits so your better able to cope with sleep deprivation in the short term is much easier! â
Did you know that only between 15-20% of babies ages between 6-18mths old sleep through the night for a period of 10-12 hours â