Bedtime for Baby

During the first few months your newborn baby will fall asleep and wake up all hours of the day and night. This is because they have not yet learned the difference between day and nighttime. Sleeping about 10-18 hours a day and waking because they are hungry, need changing or wish explore and interact with their new world. Every baby is different and we can learn by tuning in to their signs, or cues. This helps to see if they are calm and alert, fussing or crying indicators letting us know how tired our babies are. Slowly establishing an enjoyable bedtime routine can be reassuring, and make it easier for their transition from awake to sleep.

Our DVD All About Baby Cues may help you

   

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Swan Knit Baby Rattle

Swan Knit Baby Rattle£8.99   £8.49

The nubby textured Swan Knit Baby Rattle is a unique combination of soft fabrics and natural wood.

  
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