🏳️🌈 Everyone welcome 🏳️🌈
🏳️🌈 Everyone welcome 🏳️🌈
Congratulations on the arrival of your new baby!
Or perhaps you are still pregnant but keen find out what you can expect from newborn sleep.
Perhaps this is not your first baby but you need some tips and reminders?
Either way, you're in the right place.
Most people know that young babies can be unsettled and wake up over night, and many believe that it is simply a case of teaching them as quickly as possible to nap for long stretches and sleep through the night as we adults do. Naturally some babies do this quicker than others but inevitably when it takes time, parents can begin to question whether...
• Baby is getting enough milk?
• Are they in pain?
• Is something wrong with the baby?
• Is something wrong with our parenting skills?
We all have a tendency to seek control and predictability in life. By the time we feel grown up enough to have babies, many people will have successful careers, adequate income, and they will have gained mastery over their lives. The only trouble is, most of us have little to no experience with babies when we become parents, and so we are then forced back into the role of beginner. Everything must be learned from scratch.
With this in mind I have compiled this handbook, filled with all the pearls of wisdom that I wish I had known as a brand new parent. It includes information on...
- How newborn babies sleep differently to adults and why.
- Newborn sleep phases and brain development.
- How and when the baby's body clock develops.
- How to help your baby recognise day and night as early as they are capable.
- How you can work with the sleep needs of your baby instead of inadvertently doing the opposite.
- How to help newborns nap well.
- And lastly my top tips for optimising your mindset and learning how to surrender to this new season of your life.
Many of the changes that happen in the first 3months do so in a certain order, at a time when babies are physically ready. There's no rush to speed things along and leaning into your newborn's need for body contact, relaxation and a slower pace of life, is not a sign of being a lazy parent, neither is it encouraging 'bad habits'. It is simply nature's design.
My name is Katie. I am a registered midwife, an infant sleep consultant and a mum of 4, so I've had my fair share of experience with infant sleep. From advising exhausted parents over the phone, to providing hands on help in their homes, right down to being in the trenches of sleep deprivation with my own children. I've been there.
Grab yourself a copy of this 40 page handbook. Within a few pages you'll begin to see nature's plan emerging from the sleepless nights and routineless days. Despite the weeks blurring into one and the feeling that you are achieving so little, trust me. There is a little bit of magic at work.
Don't underestimate how much this precious time can shape your child's future love of sleep.
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