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Here are some of my thoughts on what makes a child feel secure and confident.

It's a common thought for mothers. "I spend most of my child's waking hours with him. Surely this is enough to form a connection between us?" This should be generally true, but sometimes you need more help working out what sort of attachment is best for your infant, toddler or child. Cheryl Fingelso...

The holidays are almost over. Here are some handy tips to make sure children and young people head back to school refreshed and ready to learn!

Don't hesitate to reach out if you're struggling to get back into a healthy sleep routine.

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How to get a better night's sleep in the thick of summer.

Up to 70% of children under age five have sleep problems. Sleep issues are complicated and have many causes. They’re hard to deal with because when children aren’t sleeping, parents aren’t sleeping, and that lack of sleep affects every minute of every day for every person in the family because lack of sleep isn’t just about being tired.
Sleep has a role in everything—dawdling, temper tantrums, hyperactivity, growth, health and even learning to tie his shoes and recite the ABCs. Sleep affects everything.
The following ideas are of value to almost any sleeper, of any age.

These tips can bring improvement not only in your child’s sleep, but also in her daytime mood and last, but not least, improvements in your own sleep and outlook as well.

According to recent research published in the British Journal of Psychiatry, group singing sessions with babies could help postpartum depression, which affects as many as one in nine new mothers.

What do you get when you put a bunch of new moms and their babies in a room? Hopefully a whole lot of singing. According to recent research published in the British Journal of Psychiatry, group singing sessions with babies could help postpartum depre…

The Sleep Coach shared her tips on Sunrise this morning. If you missed them, you can watch them below:…/how-to-get-a-better-nights-sle…/

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