TERMS AND CONDITIONS
You may notice your lil’ tyke nibbling at his fingers or drooling a tad more than usual during the day…so this is teething? Hah! No sweat! Except that when nighttime hits you realise you haven’t escaped the tyranny of teething at all…
Fevers are beneficial, say doctors—the body’s way of purging viral pestilence. But that doesn’t mean you should let a fever run riot without checking its progress. Inevitably, this can mean waking your sleeping tot to do so—aargh. But fever stickers offer an alternative to this painful procedure.
At birth, babies receive a hearing test, and then again at regular intervals during their development. It’s an important test because any impediment to hearing can obviously have a big impact on your child’s experience of the world—and early intervention can make a significant difference.
A breech birth has long been associated with complicated labour, but the truth is that it’s a fairly common occurrence, and not necessarily unchangeable.
Before we get started, let’s clarify the title…henceforth follows some simple advice to get your tot to stay in bed…for at least as long as a Netflix special. Toddlers will get up in the night for all manner of reasons—but not all of them are to drive you crazy. These tried-and-tested tips will certainly help send your little one off to lalaland with less anguish, but don’t lose hope if they still wake up a couple hours after—thanks to developmental quirks, night fears, and just checking in for a cuddle, it’s entirely normal (and totally temporary).