As a new parent, trying to get your little one to sleep in the bassinet can be daunting when all they want to do is sleep on you. We know that babies wanting to sleep on or near us is biologically normal and helps with brain development. During the day, we can enjoy those newborn snuggles (because we know they go way too fast!!), but it can be frustrating and dangerous at night if you're dozing off while holding your baby.
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 high-quality organic materials in ergoPouch are designed to last and be passed down from child to child, next-door neighbour to distant friend. How you store, wash, and remove stains will determine how well your ergoPouch sleepwear and sleep products will hold up. Of course, no one wants to pass down stained and dirty baby clothes, so we’re giving you our top sleepwear care tips to get the most out of your purchase.
Winter. The months where we hibernate indoors and share plenty of cuddles with our minis. It's about this time of year; that we get many questions about how to keep baby warm in winter at night, and rightly so, it's confusing. You don't want to underdress or overdress them. If just that sentence has you spinning, we got you.
Congratulations you’ve survived the first few months of a newborn, have them wrapped snuggly in a swaddle, and baby (may have) finally settled in to a predictable sleep routine. And then comes baby’s first major milestone, rolling, to undo all that hard work!
Registered nurse, midwife and mother Jane Wiggill is here to answer all your white noise questions.
With over 13 years experience working in birth suites across Victoria, and more recently as Chief Midwife of Red Nose Australia, Jane provides evidence-based health expertise for infant and child use of white noise for sleep.
We've reached that time of year where the nights are darker, and the sun is setting earlier - hello winter (and cosy days to come)!
Moving the clock back is something our adult bodies can adjust to quite quickly. However, it can take toddlers and babies a little longer to get back into the swing of things.
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.
For many parents, the mental health of their children is a clear priority. The impact of these conditions left untreated is huge.
How can we do our best to capitalise on the preschool years to avoid future mental health problems in our children? One way is to foster their self-esteem from birth which forms a protective barrier, reducing the impact of mental illness.
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