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Sleep Training and Attachment Parenting

Sleep Training and Attachment Parenting

Parents who practice or who want to practice attachment parenting often struggle with the concepts of how to ‘sleep train’ their baby and how to help their baby sleep through the night. One of the primary principles of attachment parenting promotes the belief that some sleep training techniques can have adverse psychological and physiological effects on the child. With attachment parenting, co-sleeping is strongly encouraged to ensure that baby’s needs are being met at night including helping to soothe them at night when they wake.

The common misconception is that sleep training only includes letting your baby cry it out as a way to learn to self soothe and put themselves to sleep. This is not true. There are other much gentler methods for getting your baby or toddler to sleep through the night and learning how to fall asleep on their own.

The elements of attachment parenting are designed to help the baby and parent form strong and healthy attachments in part by tuning in to what babies need and responding appropriately. Helping your baby to learn how to sleep and have healthy sleep habits are part of tuning into what a baby needs. Helping your baby sleep through the night or helping your baby nap longer is being responsive to your baby’s need for sleep. It is also important to keep in mind that not all babies are the same. The different temperaments of babies will play a role in how effective a sleep training method will work. For babies that have a more persistent or strong-willed temperament a no-cry sleep solution can often be more effective.

Parents who practice attachment parenting are very passionate about this style of parenting. However, most people will agree that any type of parenting that promotes healthy and positive relationships is good for babies and families. Each family needs to find what works for them and for some families this involves sleep training their baby even as they practice attachment parenting. Sleep training can take into account a variety of parenting styles including attachment parenting.

What is a mother to do when she is waking up many times a night to attend to the baby and not getting the sleep she also needs? Sleep coaching can be effective to restoring a family balance and will not affect the bond formed. Sleep training doesn’t always equate to controlled crying or crying it out or any other variation of it.

Babies cry to communicate a need and sometimes they are crying because they are frustrated at not being able to sleep or because they are not getting enough sleep. Some crying can actually help lead babies to better sleeping as they have been able to let out their emotions. Sleep training can help educate parents about positive and negative sleeping habits as well as help the parent and the child form better sleeping patterns.

Sleep Consulting by Sleepy Starz offers a range of affordable sleep consultation packages. More importantly, our philosophy is about taking a gentle and sensitive approach as a rule of thumb….we never use ‘cry it out’ as a form of sleep training. All of our consultants are trained to work with the parent to come up with the best solution possible. Go to www.sleepystarz.com/sleep-consulting/ for more information.

TIPS FOR SURVIVING LONG HAUL PLANE FLIGHTS WITH CHILDREN

TIPS FOR SURVIVING LONG HAUL PLANE FLIGHTS WITH CHILDREN

Travelling with kids on a long haul plane flight can be a challenge as any parent who has done this knows. Fortunately, there are ways to reduce the stress and make the experience a little more positive for the whole family. Take a look at our tips to make your journey more stress free:

1. Book online. Instead of dragging kids into a travel agency where they will most certainly get bored as you look over your options, check out travel websites online. You can spend as much time as you need once the kids are in bed.

2. Book everything ahead of time. This includes hotels, airport transfers or car hire, tours etc. When you arrive at your destination with tired children in tow, things will be a lot easier to manage.

3. Be prepared for the flight. Bring along toys and things to keep your kids occupied on the plane. If travelling with babies, make sure you have plenty of age appropriate toys and preferably….toys they’ve never seen before. For older children the same rule applies in bringing along things like games or apps that they haven’t used before.

4. Build the anticipation. For kids age 2-10, you can build up the idea of flying, especially if they haven’t been on a plane before. Learn about the kind of plane you’ll be flying on and talk frequently about how exciting it will be before you leave.

5. Pack snacks. Sure, the airlines give out snacks, but some companies are cutting back on freebies. To make sure your child doesn’t get grumpy waiting for his meal, bring along snacks which will help to keep them pre-occupied as well as keep their tummies full.

6. Separate siblings. If your kids tend to squabble, it might be a good idea to sit between them! This keeps them from fighting over elbow space at least and keeps them at arm’s length so they can’t argue as easily. Switch seats halfway through the flight to change things up.

7. Move around the plane. If travelling with a baby, take them around the plane so there are different things to look at. If travelling with older children, allow them to stretch their legs frequently.

8. Layer clothing. When flying from one hemisphere to another there are climate changes to take into consideration. If you are leaving from a warm climate, but will be landing in a colder place, remember to bring warmer clothes for everyone onto the plane. Further, it’s hard to tell what the temperature is going to be like on the plane….sometimes it can get quite warm and vice versa. Layering clothing enables you to take clothes off on a warmer plane or keep them on if you find it’s quite chilly.

10. Stay hydrated. On airplanes, it’s very common to become dehydrated since the air is recycled and dry. To avoid this, make sure you drink lots of water and that your kids do too. This is particularly important for nursing mothers.

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OVERVIEW OF SIDS

OVERVIEW OF SIDS

SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome) is one of the most tragic events a parent could face. SIDS by definition is determined after a thorough autopsy finds nothing was medically wrong when a baby is found deceased in its sleep. While the occurrence of SIDS has declined significantly in the past decade due in part to education SIDS is undoubtedly one of the most feared and most upsetting forms of infant death for parents across the world.

Things that parents and expectant parents can do to help avoid the occurrence of SIDS include:

Always put your baby to sleep on their back. Research has found that babies who sleep on their sides or stomach have a greater chance of suffering. Some doctors believe that a baby sleeping on his stomach is unable to get a clear flow of oxygen which can in turn lead to suffocation. Another theory is that a baby who sleeps with his face against a mattress runs the risk of the mattress microbes interfering with their breathing.

If possible, have your baby sleep in your room for the first few weeks of their life. Being closer to you lets you keep a better eye on them throughout the night. However, it is understandable that this is a situation that does not work for all parents and affects their sleep too much. If you decide not to have your newborn in your room, it’s a good idea to invest in a good baby monitor and one which can detect their breathing.

Mothers are very intuitive and even when asleep will become aware of such breathing patterns. Parents should always go by their intuition even if you feel you’re most definitely wrong. Stories are heard all the time of parents using their intuition and taking their baby to a hospital and forcing further tests after being told by doctors that nothing is wrong…..only to be found that the parents were right all along and a problem was detected because of the parents using their intuition.

Expectant mothers should not smoke during pregnancy. Statistics show that mums who smoke even just one cigarette a day during pregnancy significantly increase the risk of their baby dying from SIDS. Research conducted at the University of Calgary found that babies who were exposed to the harmful effects of smoking in the womb had a greater chance of being born with impaired respiratory function. Smoking during pregnancy also increases the risk of pre-term birth.

Smoking should also be avoided by all family members in the house. Exposing your baby to smoke post partum increases the risk of sleep apnea. If you smoke in another room it is easy to assume that the risk is reduced, but this is not true. For up to two hours following the smoking of a cigarette the toxins are still present in furniture and on your clothing.

If you choose to bed share with your baby, the SIDS guidelines suggest that the baby should sleep on one side of the mother and not in the middle of the mother and the father.

If you are unsure whether you are following all of the SIDS guidelines correctly, head to their website https://rednose.com.au to do some reading or contact us at www.sleepystarz.com/sleep-consulting. We offer a range of affordable sleep consultation packages and can help you with safe sleeping practices.

Tips for Getting Your Toddler to Sleep

Tips for Getting Your Toddler to Sleep

There are perhaps thousands of different tips for getting your toddler to sleep on time and through the night. You have probably heard many of these from family members or friends. There are some important ones that you really should adhere to in order to makes sure that you’re not fighting with your kids when it comes to bedtime.

  • One of the most important tips is implementing a toddler bedtime routine 30 minutes before you want them to go to sleep. Positive bedtime routines include things like a bath or shower, a book, song, massage etc. Young children strive off routine and routines really do help with not only falling asleep but also staying asleep.
  • Another tip is to aim for a bedtime of around 7pm for babies and toddlers. 7pm is a reasonable bedtime and sets up their body clock for when they need to be up in the morning between 6am-7am for kinder and school. This means that the bedtime routine should be starting at around 6.30pm.
  • If you have a toddler who still naps then try to ensure that they are awake from their nap by 3-4pm at the latest. Napping too late in the afternoon can make it hard to fall asleep at the recommended bedtime of 7pm.
  • Try to ensure that your little one hasn’t eaten their dinner too close to bedtime. Undigested food may impact on their ability to fall asleep.  
  • A toddler sleep training clock such as the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock has proven to be extremely helpful for getting toddlers not only to sleep but to also stay in bed throughout the night. The Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock gets the child involved in the bedtime process as well as excited for bed.

For more information on the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock go to www.sleepystarz.com/sleep-clock/

Review of the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock

Review of the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock

There are a number of different toddler sleep training clocks on the market but there is only one that actually works….and that is the Sleepy Starz Sleep Training Clock. The clock was invented by and is sold by Sleepy Starz Pty Ltd.

Before I purchased the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock I was completely sleep deprived and feeling fed up. It was impossible to keep my 2.5 year old in bed throughout the night. Getting him to bed was the first struggle of the night and then staying in bed was the next struggle. Every night I found myself getting up 4-5 times to put him back to bed and there were times where I just gave up and let him sleep with me. A friend of mine recommended the clock to me after it had worked wonders with her little one and I was at a point where I was prepared to give anything a go so I made the purchase.

The purchase through their website was really simple and I received my clock within 3 days. The first thing that surprised me was just how easy it was to use. I’d tried another sleep training clock in the past (which didn’t work) and I found it quite difficult to use. The Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock has a touch screen and there is a detailed instruction booklet as well as a page in the clock with easy to understand instructions.

The first night I tried it my son actually got excited about going to bed so he could press the buttons on the clock. We used the 15 minute countdown timer (which is a great feature) as it prepared my son for bed. During the 15 minutes we read the picture story book in the clock which is about the free teddy bear (Sleep Tight Ted) that comes with the clock. Then, we went through the choice of 7 different scenes (though my son had his mind made up from the start that he wanted to have the car scene. After 15 minutes the car went to sleep and we said good night.

The first couple of nights my son got out of bed, but only a couple of times as compared to 4-5 which was impressive. I had told my son that if he got out of bed before the car was awake in the morning then he couldn’t press the buttons the next night. It literally took 3 nights before my son stayed in bed until the car was awake in the morning. I had inputted the wake up time to 6.30am and right on 6.30am the car woke up and my son jumped out of bed proud of himself.

I have been using the clock religiously every night and it has been a lifesaver for both of us. On the weekends I sometimes change the wake up time to 7am or even 7.30am and my son never notices. I highly recommend the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock. It’s been a complete life-changer for us and it is definitely worth the $99.95 investment.

You can purchase the clock from www.sleepystarz.com.

Daylight savings sleeping guide for stressed-out parents

Daylight savings sleeping guide for stressed-out parents

The only people not happy about daylight savings this weekend (besides those concerned the extra daylight will fade the curtains) are parents of toddlers.

For them, the beginning of daylight savings and particularly those first few weeks are hell.

No, “hell” is not too strong a word.

There is a reason why sleep deprivation is used as a torture device.

Related video: TODAY chat to sleep-whisperer Kylie Camps about her new program ‘Toddler Life’

Emily Duffell, Senior Director of Operations at Australian provider of toddler sleeping solutions Sleepy Starz, says there’s a way to manage the change to minimise disruption to toddler bedtimes.

“Whilst one hour might not seem like much, for a little child it’s actually quite a big change,” she told 9Honey.

She says children thrive off routine and adjusting bedtime by an hour doesn’t often sit well with them.

For parents, it takes a bit of extra work and Duffell says it might take two weeks for kids to adjust to the new bedtime.

“This can be challenging for parents. What’s more is that telling a child to go to sleep when it’s still light outside can be very tough.”

Duffell explains it’s our biological makeup as human beings that we sleep when it’s dark and we’re awake when it’s light.

“Darkness stimulates melatonin (the sleepy hormone) so it’s not just the time change that creates challenges, it’s also the fight to go to sleep while it’s still light outside,” she explains.

The sleep expert says parents should start adjusting bedtime routines now to ensure an easier transition once clocks change.

Toddler boy sleeping on floor

The sleep expert says to start by changing your child’s bedtime by five minutes. Image: Getty

“If the normal bedtime is 7.30pm (which come next Sunday will be 8.30pm), on the first night make the bedtime 8.25pm, the next night make the bedtime 8.20pm and keep making small adjustments until the desired bedtime routine is reached.”

She also says children may sleep a little longer as they adjust but advises to wake them up at their normal time.

“What we are actually doing is resetting the body clock and to do this, we have to keep schedules as close to normal as possible.

“Waking your child at the normal time might see them be tired for a few days because they have lost a couple of hours of sleep but before you know it, their bodies will have adjusted.”

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Like all things with babies and toddlers, Duffell says it’s all about routine.

“If the child is old enough, it’s also a good idea to talk to them about daylight savings and explaining why it’s still light outside at bedtime. Children will adapt a lot easier to a change if they know what to expect. 

“It’s also important for parents to manage their expectations. It’s not a reasonable expectation to expect children to adapt perfectly in just a night or two.

“If parents have realistic expectations and are prepared for a week or two of some challenging bedtimes then the transition will happen a lot smoother.”

Find more toddler sleeping solutions at the Sleepy Starz website.

PREPARING YOUR TODDLER FOR BEDTIME

PREPARING YOUR TODDLER FOR BEDTIME

Getting your child to go to sleep is a skill that both the parent and the toddler needs to learn. Some parents might be lucky in that their baby seems to have this skill from day one but a lot can change when the child hits the toddler years. Their little imaginations run wild and this can cause a lot of issues with sleep!  

The beauty of being a parent is just when you think you have got your kids figured out they’ll throw a curve ball. Once you’ve got them sleeping through the night and you’ve gotten used to a full night’s sleep yourself BANG, they grow some teeth or reach a milestone and everything is in disarray.

The key to getting a toddler to fall asleep independently is routine. A positive bedtime routine is crucial and needs to be used every night. Children strive off routine and regularity. A positive bedtime routine should start approximately 30 minutes before you want your little one to go to sleep. You can play around with different things to work out what works best for your family, but once worked out it needs to happen every night! It can take only 1 night where the routine doesn’t occur for it to affect a toddler’s sleep. A positive bedtime routine can include things like a bath or shower, massage, book, song etc.

Another thing parents can do to prepare their toddler for bed it to talk to them. Toddlers are very intelligent little things and rather than surprise them with “bedtime now!” talk to them about how it will be bedtime soon and what’s going to happen. Toddlers are different from babies it that you can reason with them.

Toddler sleep training clocks are very useful bedtime tools for toddlers. There are a lot on the market but the very best one is the Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock. It has more features than any other clock on the market and is customizable to suit individual children. One of the features is a 15 minute countdown which countdowns for 15 minutes prior to sleep time to prepare the child for bed. It also gets the child involved in the bedtime process and excited for bed as it provides a choice of scenes for the child to choose. It also features a picture story book and a clever lock function so settings cannot be changed. The Sleepy Starz Sleep Clock is the perfect accompaniment to a positive bedtime routine for fussy toddlers. Go to www.sleepystarz.com/sleep-clock/ for more information.

TIPS TO KEEP YOUR LITTLE ONE ON TRACK THIS DAYLIGHT SAVINGS

TIPS TO KEEP YOUR LITTLE ONE ON TRACK THIS DAYLIGHT SAVINGS

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  • On thе еvеning оf thе timе change – put your baby/child tо bеd аt thе normal time (7рm) аnd before уоu gо tо bеd mоvе all оf уоur сlосkѕ forward by one hour.
  • Set уоur аlаrm сlосk or уоur child’s аlаrm clock if thеу uѕе оnе to thеir normal wаkе uр timе (7am for еxаmрlе). Initiаllу thеir bоdу will think thаt it is 6am ѕо thеу mау be a littlе ѕlоw tо start аnd a littlе grоggу аѕ thеу hаvе missed оut on оnе hоurѕ wоrth of sleep. It саn ѕоmеtimеѕ tаkе a day оr twо – but thеn thеу will bе finе. If уоu didn’t wаkе up your сhild at thе normal time thеn thеу would рrоbаblу ѕlеер in until 8аm.
  • Stау оn the new timе all dау – dоn’t mаkе аdjuѕtmеntѕ fоr thе timе сhаngе or trу аnd compensate for thе lost hour – kеер аll nарѕ ассоrding to the nеw timе and аt thе rеgulаr nоrmаl time.
  • Keep аll mеаlѕ/fееdѕ оn thе new timе аnd at thе regular normal timе.

If you have an older child, you can also talk to them about the time change and explain to them what is happening. While time changes can effect children quite a lot, just remember that it will just take a little bit of time for them to adjust. Don’t expect miracles to happen within 1 or 2 nights. Consistency in any routine changes is important!

Sleep Consulting by Sleepy Starz offers a range of affordable sleep consultation packages for those little ones who need a bit of extra help! Go to www.sleepystarz.com/sleep-consulting/ for more information.

MANAGING EXPECTATIONS AS A PARENT

MANAGING EXPECTATIONS AS A PARENT

Getting used to having a newborn baby can be difficult for parents. The most problematic adjustment for most parents can be getting accustomed to baby sleep patterns. It’s no secret that a new parent can expect many sleepless nights, so understanding what type of sleep their baby will be getting might help parents to realize what these first few months will be like.

A newborn baby for the most part does little more than sleep and feed. This keeps a mother busy with breast-feeding and nappy changes around the clock. Baby sleep patterns for the first 3 weeks should be a total of 16-20 hours of sleep every day. Since it’s common for them to sleep for short bursts at a time it’s important for parents to get as much support as possible. By 6 months of age a baby’s circadian rhythm really starts to develop and for this reason it’s common to start experiencing sleep issues. Before this, a baby’s body is not regulated by light and dark as an older child’s is.

With both babies and toddlers, it’s important to remember to manage your expectations as a parent. Whilst sleep deprivation can be a very tough thing, parents need to understand that frequent night waking is normal. Rather than to assume you are doing something wrong, try to relax and go with the flow. If you are not coping as well as you would like then seek support from those around you. For parents of toddlers waking up at night or waking early in the morning, it’s also important to think whether what is happening is normal before stressing about the situation too much. In the pre-school years it’s very normal for toddlers to experience night-mares and night terrors due to their imaginations really starting to develop. To help minimize night-mares and night terrors parents can limit television and technology use. Early rising in the toddler years can also be problematic. If you have a toddler waking at 5am every morning then there’s a good chance they have not had enough sleep. Further to this, the last sleep cycle that occurs at this time is very important for their development so it’s important to act on this to combat the problem. However, if you have a toddler waking at 6am, rather than stress over the situation, if they have been in bed since 7pm the night before then there’s a good chance they have received enough sleep so it’s not worth fighting to get them back to sleep.

Managing expectations as a parent can be difficult….especially if you are sleep deprived. However, if you are not sure whether what your baby or toddler is doing is normal or you need more support……it’s important to find this support. Sleep Consulting by Sleepy Starz offers a range of affordable sleep consultation packages and we are always happy to help. Go to www.sleepystarz.com/sleep-consulting/ for more information.

Tips to Help Your Little Ones Get Through Daylight Savings Changes
Tips to Help Your Little Ones Get Through Daylight Savings Changes

There are a lot of great Sleep Consultants and Sleep Schools in Australia. Sleep Consulting by Sleepy Starz is a global service that only uses gentle methods of sleep training. Check out the article to find a list of consultants in each state. www.stayathomemum.com.au

One hour change in time might not seem like much. However, for a young child it’s actually quite a big deal and can throw a routine into turmoil. And further, how do you go about telling your child that it’s bedtime when it’s still light outside?

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Sleeping when the sun out actually goes against our biological makeup as a human being. Our body clock works in with light and dark so you can begin to see why a child might find it confusing to be told to sleep when the sun is still shining outside. As parents, there are a number of things we can do to help our little ones get through the beginning of daylight savings and stay in a consistent bedtime routine:

We can mentally prepare ourselves that there is a challenging period of time with our kids’ sleeping coming up then I think we can cope with it better. For a lot of kids daylight savings start or end will often affect their sleep routine and we will need to adjust our normal day to-day family lifestyle/night-time routine to suit our kids at this point

  • It doesn’t last forever! Unless there is some sort of underlying medical issues such as reflux or iron deficiency, for example, most kids will jump back into a good bedtime pattern within 1-3weeks…I promise there’s light at the end of the tunnel if we do the right things!
  • Providing extra comfort is really important! Little children need a lot of comfort at the best of times, but being overtired and cranky (as they do not understand their new routine can be really hard on them!) There’s a good chance that you will need to provide extra comfort and settling techniques for between 1-3 weeks at daylight savings beginning or end. For babies, settling techniques include:
    – Feeding
    – Patting
    – Rocking
    – Singing
    – Presence in their room
    – Dummy/pacifier

Each family needs to work out what works best for them.

  • For toddlers and older children you may want to try:
    – An extra book
    – Singing
    – Presence in their room
    – Patting
    – Reasoning
    – Rewards such as stickers for performing the desired behaviours

Again, work out what works best for your family.

Preparing our kids:

Start now! In the early hours of Sunday morning, we’ll be putting our clocks one hour ahead. Move their bedtime earlier by 10 minutes each night from now, in the lead-up to daylight savings ending. Start the whole bedtime routine 10 minutes earlier and have them ready to go to sleep and close their eyes 10 minutes earlier each night. On the first night make sure they are ready for bed at 6:30pm, the second at 6:40 pm etc until you reach your desired bedtime. You might need to do this gradually over a period of 2-3 weeks as one hour is a big thing for young children. Or, it might happen really quickly! If you weren’t as prepared as a lot of us and didn’t prepare in the lead up to daylight savings end, don’t worry….its not too late! Use this same technique over the period of 1-3 weeks and I’m sure you’ll see a result!

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Night routines are crucial. With the start of daylight savings or the end of a daylight savings period, there is always a change in light in the child’s bedroom. Try and stay in control of the light and what the child is used to so it doesn’t startle them come bedtime. It is widely known that light will affect melatonin levels (and melatonin is what helps us all sleep…so let’s keep it dark if possible!)

For toddlers, talk to them about possible changes that might be happening and prepare them for these changes. Toddlers understand a lot and they often do not respond well when confronted with something completely unexpected.

For younger babies who we cannot reason with try and use the above technique of changing routines in 10-minute increments. Bring a bedtime feed, or a bedtime song (whatever method you choose to help your baby settle) forward by10 minutes each night over a period of 1-3 weeks.

Written by Emily Duffell, co-founder of Sleepy Starz Pty Ltd

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