SAPS 49 – Why It’s SO Important To Teach Your Baby To Fall Asleep ON THEIR OWN!

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As we approach Christmas, Sue has been talking a lot about the sheer number of toys our children receive – and then don’t play with! She was recently on BBC Radio speaking about the issue and was aso featured in The Sun newspaper.

In Don’t Stew, Ask Sue, there are questions about kids staying active and fussing babies too much!

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Don’t Stew – Ask Sue Parenting Q & A

Q. Dear Sue, I’m keen to teach my kids how to stay active and healthy by playing sport what sort of things can I do to encourage them?Sharon Remondo from Cardiff
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Q. Dear Sue, my Mum says I’m fussing my baby too much. She says I should let my baby cry a little before I pick her up but this doesn’t feel right. What are your thoughts? Nicky Haslow from Pinner
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Hi Nick – I recommend reading my article all about sleep.

All about SLEEP

I have recorded a series of videos about sleep for my new membership Club – from ages and stages to how much sleep per night babies, toddlers and teens should get to ‘Teaching Your Baby To Self Soothe So That They Learn To Fall Asleep On Their Own’ is one video.

You can also have a listen to my interview with – with Vicki Dawson of the Children’s Sleep Charity and her Manifesto. Listen here

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