Helpline: Pram sleepers, toddler snackers, night wakers and more

Children and babies dance to the beat of their own drum. Sometimes you know the song, at others you've got no idea what's going on. When working out why your child is not sleeping, eating or listening it can help to get some expert help to give you a few pointers. On this episode of sleep consultant Jo Ryan helps parents with the following challenges: 15-month-old waking inconsolable at night, a two-and-a-half-year-old who will only snack, an eight-month-old who will not drink formula, how to avoid mastitis if your five-month-old is sleeping through the nights, whether it's possible to stop a thirteen-month-old from becoming a chronic early-riser, if it's okay to let your four-and-a-half-month-old sleep in their pram during the day, how long can you keep a baby in a sleep sack for? How to encourage a toddler to eat whole fruits (instead of squishy fruit packs), how to have a peaceful night with a two-and-a-half-year-old, how to stop breast feeding a co-sleeping two-year-old through the night and a six-year-old who lives off chicken nuggets and fries.Helpline For more help and to speak with a qualified expert check out Babyology’s Parent School will be back with Mothercraft nurse Chris Minogue next week. You can contact us by doing any of the following: Email us at, ask Chris during the Babyology Facebook live on Monday from 11:30am, leave your question in our Babyology Helpline Facebook group.. HelplineSee for privacy information.

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