Sleepytot Baby Sleep Blog

Blog URL:http://www.sleepytot.com/blog/
Blog Tags:baby sleep, baby, toddler, toddler sleep, parenting, parenting tips, babies, baby sleep problems, baby sleep advice
Country:United Kingdom
State/Province:Devon
Location:Bideford

Fun and informative articles with tips on baby sleep and thoughts on parenting the under fives in general. Mummy and daddy guest bloggers with a unique perspective too!



Latest Blog Posts



Our newest star of the blog is Valli. Her older brother Rocco was a star on our blog a couple of years ago and it appears that Valli started to take a shine to his Sleepytot bunny so her mum Read more...The post Following in her big Brothers footstep...

Which is your favourite colour bunny? We have plans to expand our range of Sleepytot colours available. What would you like to see?   In case you don’t already know all about our award winning baby comforter here is a Read more...The post What...

Now that the nights are drawing in and the weather is getting colder, it’s time to start thinking about helping our babies to stay warm throughout the small hours. Whether your baby is a good or bad sleeper, there is Read more...The post Is Your Ba...

on Oct 12, 2016

We have a new Star of the Blog for October! And this month it is the utterly adorable Hattie who was 5 months in these pictures. Hattie’s mummy Jessica contacted us through our Facebook page and this is what she had Read more...The post appea...

Your little toddler is fast asleep with their SleepyTot baby comforter tucked up beside them. She’s completely peaceful and in a world of fluffy dreams consisting of candyfloss, teddy bears and fairies. You leave the room, happily. Then half an Rea...

October may be the time to layer up, kick leaves and throw conkers for the rest of the UK, but for new parents, it is the month that brings a serious threat to sleeping routines… the big autumn clock change! Read more...The post How to Cope Wit...

Sleep affects every aspect of your child’s well-being – from temper tantrums to learning the ABCs to growth. Everything. It is estimated that up to 70% of children under age five will experience sleep problems at some point or another. Read more.