Baby Health & Development
"Is she a good sleeper" is probably one of the most often asked
questions when you have a baby. We provide you with a program that
will help you to answer "yes" to that question. Here's what one mum
has to say "Our girl was a terrible sleeper and after trying this
for one day the difference was amazing. I watched the video and it
really helped to actually see a baby displaying the tired signs. I
was really doubtful that it would work but it has!!"
Advice offered within this section has been kindly supplied by the
It's Time to Sleep program as a guide to all parents. This
information in no way replaces any recommendation or guidelines
made by your family doctor or health practitioner which
specifically relates to your child. The It's time to Sleep program
is based on current and accepted methods of settling techniques,
but there are many other ways and methods of approaching your
baby's sleep that are also effective.
SIDS is short for 'Sudden Infant Death Syndrome' which used to
be called 'cot death'. It means the sudden, unexpected death of a
baby from no known cause.
Making your baby's cot is a simple, quick task you do everyday;
but remember that how you make it is really important.
In a 24 hour period, newborn babies generally sleep for 16 to 18
hours, and this happens at regular intervals during the day and
Feed / Play / Sleep is an important part of establishing a good
routine. The 3 steps need to remain separate.
Of all the topics parents love to discuss, one of the most
popular has to be around the issue of when their baby is "sleeping