How do you know you need our service?
Ask yourself the following questions and if you answer any with a "YES" then your child is probably experiencing sleep problems.
Do you have an baby who sleeps less than an hour?
Are you feeding your baby every two to three hours?
Do you have difficulty getting your baby or toddler off to sleep?
Is your baby irritable or unhappy at a particular time most days?
Is your baby dependent on an outside influence to help him/her get to sleep? (Nursing, rocking, patting, dummy, sleeping with someone, breast or bottle).
Has your baby’s daily routine been upset due to sickness, travel or teething or has the environment changed causing him/her to be unsettled?
Do you have an infant (over 3 months) who sleeps less than eight hours at night?
Do you have a toddler who is constantly waking at night?
Does your child sleep in your bed or constantly get out of bed and you would like him/her to learn to stay in his/her own bed?
Would you like to teach your child to go to bed earlier or without an argument or to sleep longer than 5 am in the morning?
If your situation has been mentioned or you would like to avoid any of the above, we have the program to help you.
Before commencing on a settling program:
check baby/child isn't sick.
check baby/child's temperature.
check with your doctor that baby/child doesn't have a ear or urine infection.
If your baby/child has been checked and cleared by your doctor yet continues to be unsettled you may like to try the following relaxation tips before enrolling our services:
a warm relaxation bath.
a walk in the pram with a cover over the pram to encourage baby to sleep.
If the behaviour continues contact Cradle 2 Kindy for a Coaching session.
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