Your baby's development, stage by stage
Diet & Nutrition
Bonding & Wellbeing
One of the toughest parts of the early days of parenting is the loss of sleep. While you love your little one, it’s okay to yearn for uninterrupted sleep and admit that it’s an exhausting thing you’re doing, because it really is. On average, a new parent loses around 110 minutes (almost two hours) of sleep every night for the first year after having a baby.
It can be so distressing hearing your little one screaming or crying in the middle of the night because of a night terror or nightmare, and not knowing what to do about them. There is a difference between a night terror and nightmare, and each can be treated a bit differently.