This illustrated guide takes you through the steps for how to wrap a baby. It also explains how wrapping can cut the SUDI and SIDS risk.
If you’re considering co-sleeping with your baby, it’s important to be aware of the risk factors and how to reduce them. This essential guide explains.
Use our tips for night weaning and phasing out night feeds when you and baby are ready. This might help baby sleep longer at night without waking.
When baby sleeps in a cot next to your bed, sharing a room with your baby reduces SUDI risk. Get more safe sleeping information.
Independent sleep is when babies sleep and settle without your help. You can help your baby learn to sleep independently in the first 3-4 months of life.
Need help with settling baby? Try the patting settling technique – a form of gentle, rhythmic patting that can help your baby settle for sleep.
Some parents swear that dummies are lifesavers, but there can be downsides to dummy use. Here are some things to consider before giving your baby a dummy.