Settling & Sleeping

  • Raising Children Network

    There are a few different ways your baby might be telling you they are tired. Find out which are some of the most common "I'm tired" cues and how to respond to them.

  • Raising Children Network

    Settling a crying baby can be a stressful and confusing situation. A checklist can be the perfect tool to help you keep calm and focused on the right way to help your child calm down. This video offers you a checklist to follow next time your baby starts crying.

  • Kinderling Kids Radio

    Every parent knows the signs of sleep deprivation… especially after your second or third baby.

    The remedy?

    Getting all your children on an effective sleeping routine. Once all your children get their much-needed sleep, you will be able to create a sleep routine for yourself too.

    Child expert and Mothercraft nurse, Chris Minogue, shares her most effective methods for dealing with sleep pattern issues with your second baby. One of the key points she makes is that it's important to learn from the mistakes you may have made with your first child.

    Here are three tips to help you establish an effective sleeping routine with both your babies.

  • Raising Children Network

    Every baby's sleeping pattern is different. You can encourage your baby to sleep with some easy settling techniques. The key here is to keep experimenting until you find the method that works for your baby. Here are some settling techniques you can try:

  • Raising Children Network

    The way you wrap or swaddle your baby is important. It helps soothe them and it can also prevent sleeping accidents. Find out some easy and safe methods to wrap your little one for sleep.

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Mothercraft nurse, Chris Minogue, answers one of Kinderling Radio listener’s question on how to keep their child safe on the ground.

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