Lucy Wolfe offers her great tips for how to transition away from feeding to sleep rocking to sleep or rolling to sleep
Lucy Wolfe offers her great tips for how to develop a bedtime routine
Lucy discusses avoiding getting into a situation where your baby requires lots of input from you to get them to go to sleep.
One of the biggest difficulties that parents experience is that they don’t get the timing for sleep right. Most sleep difficulties are governed by biological timekeeping, that’s the time you get up in the morning.
During the first six months your child’s sleep is really quite immature and they are largely governed by waking and feeding and they don’t necessarily sleep for huge amounts of time.
What I recommend is that you start to implement what I describe as being a feeding and sleeping balance to the day
The first thing Lucy recommends is that you learn to read your baby's body language. See more here.