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Sleep Behaviour

Managing routines with little ones over the holidays

Parenting is all about that juggle at the best of times – but throw in the silly season and it can go to absolute chaos in the blink of an eye. With Christmas parties, holidays and just the general pace that this time of year goes, it can be very easy to slip out of routines. You can quickly find yourself with little ones who are overtired, cranky and acting out. You may be inclined...

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Settling & Self Settling

Medela’s new range provides a soothing touch for you and your baby

Dummy, soother, pacifier - whatever you call it, they’re the saving grace of parents everywhere. Providing that added comfort and reassurance to our babies when we can’t give it to them.  They’re one of the first tools that help babies learn to self-soothe, a life skill that they will use well beyond their infant years. 

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Sleep Behaviour

8 reasons your little one may be throwing a dummy spit at bed time…

We’ve all heard the saying ‘spitting the dummy’ but it’s not until you become a parent that you can say you’ve actually experienced it first hand. And boy, they can be tough! When it comes to babies the majority of these dummy spits seem to come at bedtime. They don’t call it witching hour for nothing. Just as we’re dreaming of a hot meal and some trashy TV - it’s like they know.

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Safe Sleep

Sleeping bags for babies with hip dysplasia

One of the joys of bringing home a new baby is having the chance to try out some of the adorable things you’ve collected during nesting. However, finding out your baby needs to wear a harness due to their hip displacement treatment can be a very emotional time. Feeling like you have to forgo all those gorgeous carriers and swaddles can be disheartening. We love that ergoPouch creates products that truly meet the needs of...

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Safe Sleep

The latest innovation in newborn sleep

Introducing the new ergoPouch Baby Tuck Sheet, a safe alternative to blankets and sheets to keep your little one nice and secure while they sleep. And because we know you care as much about safety as we do, it’s been approved by the Australian infant safety group, INPAA! You might remember being shown how to swaddle your newborn in the hospital and then how to wrap a blanket or sheet over the top to firmly...

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understanding sleep

3 things you need to know about your newborn’s sleep

When it comes to babies and newborn sleep – it’s an absolute jungle of information out there. There are so many differing opinions, techniques and promises of “quick fixes” or “miracle cures”. However, when it comes to newborns and sleep the fundamental principles are actually very simple. Forget the bells and whistles, and the routines and schedules at this stage… Right now your baby’s sleep needs are actually very simple. 1. Understand your baby’s sleep...

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Understanding Sleep

6 things you need to know about sleep… (in the first year)

Sleep, or lack thereof, can be all-consuming especially in the early weeks and months with a new baby. People talk so much about it that it can be overwhelming to know what to do and can send you into a panic when you and your baby aren’t getting it. But we also know that anxiety and stress are the last things that are going to help when it comes to getting sleep. So here’s what...

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Safe Sleep

What is safe sleeping?

Recently, a CPR Kids follower contacted us with concerns over certain sleep-aiding products available in the market. These products come with promises such as “long sleep” or “safe sleep” for babies when in actual fact...

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Coping with tiredness

Your baby is crying, the dishes are piling up, dirty nappies are overflowing from the bin, and you feel like you have been awake for months. It’s completely normal to feel exhausted and burnt out, especially...

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Understanding Sleep

Sleep changes: 9-14 months

At 9 months you should have a nice little day sleep pattern developing by now. You may find they are objecting about being put down but try not to rush in. Give them the chance to resettle themselves...

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