Say goodbye to the stress and frustration of bedtime struggles, and say hello to a smoother and more peaceful sleep routine with an Ooly sleep trainer clock. Get ready for uninterrupted evenings and well-rested mornings, enabling you to start each day on the right foot.
If a toddler has no boundaries during the day, how can we expect them to understand boundaries like staying in bed at bedtime and through the night, or following the cues of a sleep training clock? To have success with improving toddler sleep, daytime boundaries are just as important as night time ones!
As parents, we want our children to feel safe and secure, especially at night when it's dark and scary. Introducing a nightlight for a toddler can be a great way to help them feel more comfortable and sleep better. Read more to understand when, why, and how to introduce a nightlight effectively.
The arrival of a new sibling is an exciting and joyous event for many families. In this blog post, we'll explore some of the ways in which the arrival of a new sibling can impact a child's sleep, as well as strategies parents can use to help their child adjust to these changes.
Reading a baby’s cues can be a minefield. Babies will often display similar cues for hunger, tiredness and boredom, and putting these into context is necessary to understand just what it is your baby is needing. A combination of clock watching and reading cues is often key to figuring this out.
Research has shown that exposure to blue light, which is emitted by most electronic devices and some light bulbs, can disrupt circadian rhythms and suppress melatonin secretion, which can lead to difficulty falling and staying asleep. On the other hand, red light doesn't do this!
Moving from a cot to a ‘big bed’ is one of these exciting stages. But this also means they can get themselves out an awful lot easier than they can if they’re in a cot… cue frustrating bedtimes and nights. Here are my top 3 mistakes to avoid when making this exciting transition!
Although it might not feel like it when they’re awake at 3am, your baby loves to nap. Many babies sleep for up to 17 hours a day. But they don’t just switch off when they’re snoozing in their cot or Moses basket – a lot is going on in their growing brains and bodies.