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Modern twist on traditional swaddling
For home and when you are away. Makes potty training easy – order today and get a Huggies Pull-Ups sample pack!
3–in–1 soft structured baby carrier that supports baby in the healthiest position.
- Safe and fun transport for toddlers
- Universal fit (works with 99% of pushchairs)
- No tools required
- Perfect for larger pushchairs
- For children from 2 years up to 20kg
The right amount of light just where you need it for night-time babycare.
A roller blind style retractable baby gate that fits openings of up to 100 cms.
100% waterproof & windproof dungarees made from polyester with PU coating and soft-fleece lining.
Getting a decent night’s sleep after becoming a parent is a huge challenge. It’s the beginning of a new era of sleep deprivation with the most difficult task being getting your baby to sleep through the night.
Newborns are simply not pre-programmed to sleep through the night. But as their brains start to mature, they start developing a more structured sleep schedule. After birth, some parents observe that their baby is very sleepy, barely opening their eyes for more than a few minutes at a time. However, this phase doesn’t last, and for the next 3 months, your sleep schedule will be in direct conflict with that of your newborn.
Newborns sleep in short bursts lasting anything from 30 minutes to 4 hours. They like to feed often and that’s fundamentally why they can’t sleep for hours or follow a normal day / night schedule. It’ll take time for your baby’s circadian rhythm to kick in, but until it does, this confusion can wreak havoc on your sleep. As month 4 approaches, sleep will eventually become your baby’s preference, even though they’re still learning ‘how’ to stay asleep!
Eugene Gabriel is a passionate blogger. He has always been fascinated by sleep and how it relates to health and wellness. Read his post on Getting Better Sleep. You can follow him on twitter @eugenegabrielj.