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9 hours ago  ·  

Is your Air-conditioning set too low? Or have you removed too many layers of bedding?

At this time of year I get lots of emails from worried parents as babies start to get cold and roll over in their cots. GET COLD you say but it's summer in Australia? Yes I said get cold. Parents often get so worried about overheating their baby they make them too cold in summer which in my opinion is a far greater risk for my clients' readers and friends. These parents do two things one turn on the AC and two remove layers. You do not normally need to do both if you have no AC or only want to use it a little reduce the sleep bag TOG and clothes under it or leave your baby as is and use the AC.

It is time to make sure you have enough layers on your baby or toddler to ensure they are warm and cosy enough to stay in the safe sleeping position of on their back. Which is one of the most important rules when it comes to reducing the risk of SIDS and SUDI. Not enough bedding can lead to a baby or toddler rolling into the very dangerous sleeping position shown in these photos. I always recommend these parents read and are familiar with their own country’s safe sleeping recommendations for babies.

The most important rules to remember to protect your little one from SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) and SUDI (Sudden Unexpected Death of an Infant) are to have a totally smoke-free pregnancy and environment for your baby, and to always place your baby in the safe sleeping position of on their back.

When parents tell me about their baby rolling, most of the time it’s because their baby is cold or not cosy enough. I’ve found a few adjustments to their bedding is usually all that’s needed to help that baby sleep safely, day and night.

I have found that:

Cold babies will roll onto their tummy to find warmth
Cold babies will move all about the cot in order to try to find the warmest place to sleep
Cold babies and toddlers will sleep on their tummy, usually with their hands and arms under their chest, their knees tucked up underneath them, and with their bottom in the air. This is the most dangerous sleeping position for a child less than 2.5 years old
Cold babies find it hard to sleep past 4.30 am
Warm babies will stay on their back (the safe sleeping position) and sleep well
Warm babies have no need to burrow down into the blankets
Warm babies will stay asleep for longer periods of time
If your baby is continually rolling onto his or her stomach, or moving all around the cot at night, the first thing you should check is whether he is warm and cosy enough. It might be time for some new blankets.

Download your copy of the Save Our Sleep® Safe Bedding Guide here:https://www.saveoursleep.com/download-free-bedding-guide/
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11 hours ago  ·  

Advice please (5 month old)

DAY 1 of the routine of “starting solids - 24 months.”

Bub went down at the advised time of 9am and put himself to sleep, However he woke after 1 hour (10am). I know it says to get bub up and if I think he’s still tired to go for a walk or drive.

I just wanted to know if I then just go by awake window for the remainder of the day as I think pushing him out to the routine time of 1pm will be too detrimental with him being overtired.

Is that what you’re recommend to get started?

Just wondering if he wakes at the lunch time sleep as well after 1 sleep cycle what is recommended?

Thanks
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1 day ago  ·  

Did you watch this what did you think? Have you got a Save Our Sleep mattress and if so do you like it? A few weeks ago we have had more enquirers about our mattresses made in Australia, in a smoke free factory and I couldn’t work out why. So I started asking and it turns out it is because of a movie on Netflix called Stink. #stinkmovie Thank you Stink Movie you are helping save lives. Here is a link to my Mattress shop.saveoursleep.com.au/category/4507/

Tizzie Hall - Save Our Sleep® - The International Baby Whisperer
Today we have had more enquirers about our mattresses made in Australia, so a smoke free factory and I couldn’t work out why. So I started asking and it turns out it is because of a movie on Netflix called Stink. #stinkmovie Thank you Stink Movie you are helping save lives. Here is a link to my Mattress shop.saveoursleep.com.au/category/4507/
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3 days ago  ·