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Sleep and settling

Every baby is different when it comes to their sleep. How one baby sleeps, may be completely different for another baby. Sleep is very important and commonly parents/carers should see some increased predictability with sleep, wake and feeding cycles by around six months of age. However, it is normal and expected for children to wake in the night up until at least three years of age, sometimes longer.

Australian Breastfeeding Association website

Website - ABA 1
Website - ABA 2

Child and Family Health Service:
Settling your Baby Booklet

Child and Family Health Service:
Sleep and Settling: A reflective workbook for parents

 Website - CaFHS Settling book Website - CaFHS Reflective workbook

Parenting SA – Parent Easy Guides

 Website - PEGs 1
 Website - PEGs SLeep 0-6 years

Ngala website


 Website - Ngala newborn sleep
 Website - Ngala settling
Website - Ngala tired
Website - Ngala brains

Website - Ngala safe sleep 
Website - Ngala sleep tools
Website - Ngala YouTube 1
Website - Ngala YouTube 2

My Health and Development Record

 Blue Book thumbnail 

Deadly Kids SA

 Website - SAH Deadly safe sleep 

Raising Children Network website

 Website - RCN Website - RCN baby cues in pics
Website - RCN baby massge in pics
Website - RCN settle crying baby
Website - RCN patting
Website - RCN anger
Website - RCN baby cues


Red Nose website

 Website - Rednose 1
 Website - Rednose 2
Website - Rednose 3
Website - Rednose 4

 Website - Rednose 5

 Website - Rednose 6

QLD Ellen Barron Responsive Settling Videos

 Website - Responsive settling videos 
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