Raising a little human isn't easy. From well-meaning friends, to experts and baby brands comes a slew of advice and information, some of it misleading and some downright dangerous.
ergoPouch work with experts in the field of sleep solutions to offer your family no-nonsense help and support along your sleep journey from birth to five years. If there is a topic that we haven’t covered and you would like some advice, please let us know.

The start of daylight savings time the beginning of a nightmare week

Sunday marked the start of daylight savings time. And, if you’re like most parents everywhere, Sunday also marked the beginning of a nightmare week (or several) of bedtime shenanigans from your children. A handful of you very, on-the-ball, organized, planner-types probably started moving your child’s bedtime 10-15 minutes later every day before the time change happened

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Baby sleep patterns and swaddling

Sleep is a journey, not a destination and the below sleep graph shows us exactly that. In the first 18 months of your baby's sleep, there will be many moments of, ‘oh I so have this’ but also followed by ‘I just need more sleep’ distressing times. The below graph shows us that your baby’s sleep keeps developing, as it's affected by their brain development, while they learn a circadian rhythm but hang in there Mama’s & Papas, we have your back to help support you on this journey. Today we talk about sleep, babies and swaddling during Sleep Week '21.

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How much should my baby sleep

There are so many studies that claim to prove the number of hours a baby should sleep. But these studies vary on what the exact number should be. The fact is, as humans, we don’t conform to an exact science - we’re all different. That’s the very reason there will be variations in what the research tells us and variation in how much your baby will sleep.

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The Raw Facts about Eczema

Cheek and face eczema is common in babies, particularly between the ages of 3-12 months. You can recognize this when cheeks are rough and dry and red. In more severe cases, there can even be weeping and crusting on the cheeks. And poor sleeping! Babies with troublesome eczema sleep poorly due to the discomfort and itch.

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Swaddling: How to safely swaddle your baby for sleep

Perhaps you're expecting your first mini, you’re adding to your family and need a quick refresher, or your baby is about to have a baby, and you want to relearn to lend a hand – congratulations to all of you! Whatever the reason, we understand how overwhelming it can be whenever a mini is on the way. Our job is to guide you through the process of swaddling and answer all your burning questions around why and how to swaddle baby for safe sleep. As many of us are mothers ourselves, we've been where you are, and we want to ensure you feel supported as you enter into this journey of newborn sleep.

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FOUR tips to get the sleep routine back on track

SLEEP ROUTINE CHART: Make a visual sleep chart of our steps in the sleep routine so your child can see and know what is next. You can even take pictures of them doing their routine, print them out and use the pictures of them doing the routine for their chart. Have them involved in making the chart (even if they are putting fun stickers on it) so they feel a part of the process.

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