Can you breath through your mattress protector?

SIDS guidelines recommend always putting your baby to sleep on their back and allow them to find their own sleeping position. So when your little one can roll, and if they choose to sleep on their tummy the cot surface needs to be breathable. Can you breath through your mattress protector? P2B recommends if you Read More

I wanted to share with you how Parents 2 B differs from purchased online programmes

This week alone I have had multiple mum’s contact me saying they are in desperate need for help in relation to their baby’s sleep … but are skeptical because they have already purchased another company(s) online programme that did not work! Does this sound familiar to anyone else? I wanted to share with you how Read More

Comforters!

Let’s talk about comforters! Love them or hate them … some babies need them. But before you start using one there are somethings you need to consider! 1. Your baby should be hands free when introducing a comforter. That way they can move the comforter freely .. and really, that’s what a comforter is all Read More

When to drop sleeps

As your baby grows they will naturally outgrow their routine. As your baby gets older and as they sleep longer at night, they will naturally need less and less daytime sleep. On AVERAGE … and I repeat ON AVERAGE (remember ALL babies are different). This overview maybe helpful. Day sleeps: 0 – 3 months average Read More

11 Overtired signs that are often overlooked and/or misinterpreted

11 Overtired signs that are often overlooked and/or misinterpreted Waking up after one sleep cycle (approx. 45 mins) Multiple daytime napping aka power-naps (approx. 20 mins) Early morning wake ups (3/4/5 am) Falling asleep when being held / on the bottle / on the breast Sleeping well until midnight then waking constantly until morning Difficult Read More