The Art of Sleeping Well (Even If Your Baby Doesn't...)

Sleep training is a hot topic. You might feel that in order to get a good night’s sleep, you need to train your baby to sleep better. But what if you could train yourself to become a better sleeper instead, thus avoiding the stressful process of trying to force your baby to adopt adult sleeping patterns, which are highly unnatural for them at a biological level. I’m talking about improving your sleep efficiency - something that will help you to wake up in the morning feeling more rested, regardless of how often your baby wakes. So, where do you start? The most logical first step is to set up your sleep environment to make attending to baby through the night as easy as possible. For some peop

A Simple Moment of Joy...

The other day, I had one of those simple moments of pure joy. I hopped onto a ferry with my 9 month old baby boy. It was just the two of us - my husband and daughter were off elsewhere having a daddy-daughter date. Baby was strapped to my chest in the carrier and we went and sat down on the back deck. It was chilly and overcast and everyone else was sitting inside, so it was just him and I outside, enjoying the fresh air. As the ferry started to pull away from the dock, my sweet boy sighed heavily and nuzzled against me, then closed his eyes. Asleep instantly... I wrapped my arms around him, hugging him in closer and rubbing his soft hair against my face as the ferry zipped across Sydney Har

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