Many of us assume that after around six months, a baby will start to sleep through the night. Consistently. A sort-of developmental milestone to be hit. The reality however is that science suggests this may be an unrealistic expectation (sorry!) and that as parents, we need to…
As parents or parents to be we don’t need the science (of which there is a lot) to tell us that more sleep is better for a young baby or child. It’s better for us too. The problem is often how to achieve it!
We chat to Rosey Davidson founder of Just Chill Baby Sleep about her unique approach to promoting better sleep from birth through to adulthood. We talk about the core foundations, common mistakes and some of the key questions she gets… Read More
Here at The Journey we are very big on the science behind the power of sleep. For babies, for hormones, for neurodevelopment and for adults and even for fertility. Click here for more as to why it matters for sperm and
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