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Modern twist on traditional swaddling featuring a unique Arms UP design that replicates your baby's natural sleeping position, allowing them to self-soothe and preventing the startle reflex
- 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. All KiddyGuard gates meet and exceed current safety standards.
UV buggy sleep and sun shade that helps babies and toddlers to snooze happily when on the move.
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.