Whether you are a dab hand at this parenting lark by now or a brand new family unit, Christmas can bring its challenges – but it’s possible to keep the joy! Here is Part 1 of a Two part series on managing Christmas with little ones! How do I make […]

Managing Christmas with Little ones – Part 1 logo
As a sleep specialist working with parents of babies and toddlers, I meet new and different families almost every day.   I am rarely surprised by anything anymore! This includes different approaches and the lengths many tired parents go to, in terms of catching some all important zzzz’s! And while generally, […]

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Are you dreading the time when you’re due back to work after baby? Wondering how you might cope with it all? An Australian study in the past few years has described “excessive sleepiness” as a major factor in a reduction in performance levels by new mums going back to work. […]

Monday Musing – Sleep and Parents Back to Work

Is your little munchkin a “bit of a puker”? Are you covering yourself and the furniture with cloths after each feed for fear of projectile vomits? Well, there is every chance that your little one is simply a “pukey baby” and there is no real cause for concern.   Colic […]

Sleep Hurdles – Colic & Reflux – Part 1 Colic

Over the past 20 years I have traveled with many families who were looking for a little help on holidays with their kids.  Each time I was doing a job, so I was pretty focused on making sure everyone was enjoying themselves and that parents were able to have a […]

Holidays with kids – be fair to the little ones

Once again, Culture Night 2016 will soon be upon us and there are lots of family friendly activities coming up! Museums, galleries, cathedrals, studios, observatories, libraries, parks, government buildings and theatres will throw open their doors for FREE visits, tours, workshops, readings, performances and demonstrations for the eleventh Culture Night. Since […]

Culture Night 2016