It’s not too late to support your child to become a better sleeper, whether they had healthy sleep habits that seem to have been derailed, or have never slept well. The ability to self-settle is key to a baby who goes off to sleep happily, and stays asleep through the night, thus achieving the restorative rest they need.

Science-based sleep training that’s tailored to your unique child, and your personal parenting style, can help with.

  • Making sure your child achieves the sleep they biologically need, which is key to them meeting developmental milestones.
  • Optimal night-time sleep habits breed better day-time sleeps too – so it’s worth getting the foundation right.
  • Confident self-settling means less night wakings and a more restorative rest for your child – and the rest of the family!
  • Healthy habits around night-time sleep at this age mean going to bed independently with no bedtime resistance, allowing you to get your evenings back.
  • Supporting your baby to sleep well enhances confidence and independence in both your baby and yourself.
  • Achieving the sleep they need leads to a happier, more content and settled child during the day and fewer tantrums.

Teaching your baby to sleep independently and confidently at night, while working to resolve any feelings they have around separation anxiety, lays the foundation for a toddler who thrives.

“The Infant Sleep and feeding guide will teach you exactly how to sort out your babies short naps. Learn how to establish a long lunch time nap. Consistent Nap routine Self settling for all naps Plus understand exactly what is influencing your babies naps and how to set yourself up for success.”