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Ditching the dummy – why, when and how?

By | February 26th, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|

Are you dreading ditching the dummy? Whether you always planned to give your baby a dummy/pacifier/soother, or you made a 2am dash to the 24-hour supermarket, you will eventually want to stop it. Many parents dread the day, or simply don't know how to go about [...]

Improving sleep by adding energy and dynamics

By | February 13th, 2019|Categories: Parenting, behaviour and bonding, Sleep|

I spend a lot of time discussing stress management and the need to remain calm, confident and connected. But adding energy and dynamics is also crucial for sleep. If you've already ruled out overtiredness and other strategies to improve nighttime sleep, you might want to think [...]

Christmas with your newborn – enjoy and stay sane!

By | November 26th, 2018|Categories: Parenting, behaviour and bonding|

Congratulations on your newborn – the best Christmas present ever! At this intense time of year, the festive season can throw up some unexpected issues. Here’s how to enjoy Christmas with your newborn.   Bonding and attachment First of all, Christmas or no Christmas, your first [...]

Breastfeeding after a c-section

By | September 13th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

  Whether you know in advance you are having a c-section, or it is a last minute change of plan, many mothers wonder if this will have any impact on breastfeeding. It’s certainly true that there are a lot of very unhelpful urban myths around. Here, [...]