Bedtime Tears and Fears

Bedtime Tears and Fears

Bedtime fears are very common in children over the age of 2 – they often tie in with a leap in imagination development, and are more prominent if your child is going to bed and they are not quite tired enough to fall to sleep. Instead of nodding off (like...
Motion Associations

Motion Associations

 Do you resort to rocking, bouncing, carrying or strolling your baby to sleep? If you do…… these ‘props’ fall under the category of ‘motion’ associations. I have seen parents be very creative in this area;...
WHY is Potty Training so frustrating?

WHY is Potty Training so frustrating?

 Potty training is one of the most frustrating processes parents go through in toddlerhood.  I have found it to be more stressful for parents than sleep training – sleep training seems to be more of an...
Feeding your baby: when breastfeeding has not worked out for you.

Feeding your baby: when breastfeeding has not worked out for you.

We are lucky, that we live in a society, where our babies can thrive, even if we are not able to directly breastfeed them.  Although breast is best and its drilled into us, its not always going to be the right way for every parent, or for...