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These are products that I have tried and tested or highly recommend. There are many products on the market that are actually far too stimulating for babies and children to have in their sleep environment such as mobiles, light projectors, baby aquariums and music players. save these for play and activity time, not for sleepy time. The products I list here are all suitable for your child’s sleep environment and will aid your sleep training.

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I am a huge fan of these day/night clocks and both of my children have one! One of the simplest of it’s kind, it can be understood by the youngest toddlers. This clock tells a young child when it is time to be in bed sleeping and when it is time to wake up. Fantastic too for toddlers in beds who need to know when it is okay to get up.

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This innovative concept in children’s bedding actually has been shown to reduce or even prevent some night time disturbances due to lost covers or feeling cold.
www.tucknsnug.co.uk

White noise is a great sound blocker if you have other children in the home or live on a noisy street. While music can be too stimulating, white noise is comforting and mimics the sounds babies were used to in the womb. As it is a single, continuous sound, it is not a stimulator.

These nap mats are fantastic for toddlers and preschoolers. As much as i strongly advocate napping in the cot or bed, these are great for traveling, a nap at Grandma’s house or even for ‘quiet time’ at home. Also useful for certain alert children who sleep fine in bed at night but struggle to nap there. These mats give them a sense of independence in napping.

Blackout the natural light from your baby’s room to encourage their circadian rhythms to develop nicely. With this suck on blind you can easily take it anywhere you travel. It is also great to use at home if you cannot fit a suitable blind or curtain.

Recommended Products Sleep Nanny Lucy Shrimpton

A bedtime companion while encouraging optimal sleeping position for toddlers and beyond.
www.cuddlemates.co.uk

Recommended Products Sleep Nanny Lucy Shrimpton

I highly recommend this product for a number of reasons. Something to suit all ages for keeping warm and cosy, safe sleeping for babies, enabling toddlers to explore but not escape! The list goes on…
www.slumbersac.co.uk

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Do you find you have to do something to or for your little one in order for them to go to sleep? Is there a particular thing or a bunch of things that send them off into the land of nod?This week, in a brand new episode of The Sleep Nanny Show I share with you how to get your little one to self settle, happily, responsively and effectively! <<<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wp0URnUtQY>>>I share my loving approach to guiding babies and young children through the essential process of adjusting to their own sleep space, becoming at ease with being placed down for sleep and needing less and less help to actually get to sleep until they’re totally competent and can self settle happily.When little ones can settle themselves to sleep at the onset of sleep, they can then resettle their minor wakings between sleep cycles which leads to them achieving longer and longer stretches of nourishing and restorative sleep (and for you too)!Tag a friend who needs to hear this advice! ... See MoreSee Less
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>>>> You can sleep through the night and your little one can too! <<<<Head over to this week's episode of The Sleep Nanny show, youtu.be/UPSLYavPfw4, where you’ll learn how to teach your little one to sleep through the night in 5 simple steps and it's never too early to learn this!If you have a newborn, check this out now because you’ll soon be able to get into good rhythms and practices to accommodate these 5 steps as soon as you spot your baby is ready.Broken sleep for too long can affect health, mental well-being, learning capacity, safety and all round happiness to name just a few things! Tag someone who really needs to see these steps to get more sleep!! ... See MoreSee Less
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Do you find you have to do something to or for your little one in order for them to go to sleep? Is there a particular thing or a bunch of things that send them off into the land of nod?This week, in a brand new episode of The Sleep Nanny Show I share with you how to get your little one to self settle, happily, responsively and effectively! <<<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wp0URnUtQY>>>I share my loving approach to guiding babies and young children through the essential process of adjusting to their own sleep space, becoming at ease with being placed down for sleep and needing less and less help to actually get to sleep until they’re totally competent and can self settle happily.When little ones can settle themselves to sleep at the onset of sleep, they can then resettle their minor wakings between sleep cycles which leads to them achieving longer and longer stretches of nourishing and restorative sleep (and for you too)!Tag a friend who needs to hear this advice! ... See MoreSee Less
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