About HushaBoo

Based in Bishops Stortford, covering London, Essex, Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire, HushaBoo was set up by Emma Osborne, a qualified and experienced sleep consultant and night nanny. Whether you need a one off night nanny so you can have overnight rest from your newborn’s waking, or a sleep consultant to help you establish a good sleep pattern for your little one, Hushaboo’s specially tailored sleep consultant and night nanny packages can help.

Sleep Strategies

Hushaboo offer tailored packages to help you implement a successful sleep strategy. All sleep strategies are specific to your family’s needs.

For more info on packages available:

Book a Consultation

Do you need some help getting your little one off to sleep?

If you’re not sure if a night nanny or a home visit from a sleep consultant is right for you, take a look at the packages available or the  FAQs.

Why not try a free 15 minute phone consultation to find out if I can help?



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Another great networking morning at Twisted Cellar thanks to Sam Dixon. Good to see some familiar faces and get to meet some new ladies too. Bought an amazing memory diary for Davey Life with Petals which I’d definitely recommend for those with children wanting to keep a record of all those special moments.
Thanks also to Abi Hugo for some amazing insta insights.

Photo credit: Thrive In Business With Sam Dixon
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Lovely meeting up with the ladies who are joining forces to create The Baby Chain, a support network of health and well-being practitioners for women during pregnancy, birth, the postnatal period and beyond into motherhood. Really looking forward to being part of such a passionate and supportive group of women. #hushaboo #thebabychain #bishopsstortfordmums #pregnancy #supportfornewmums #pregnancysupport #mumsgroup #baby #bumptobaby #mumsofhertfordshire #mumsofessex ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

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⚡️ GIVEAWAY ⚡️Calling all Essex mums! We have a pair of tickets to give away to our Calm Mamas Brunch Club with the amazing @suzyreading - psychologist and author - who will be sharing her incredible self-care tips & advice on MONDAY 16th SEPTEMBER ‘19 10AM@- 12PM. Your ticket will include a delicious brunch 🍳 & hot drink ☕️ and will also include a CMC tote bag containing goodies from @neomorganics @nessaorganics @motherdom_mag @weledauk @hotteamama @sanctuaryspa @betteryou_ltd and much more! All you need to do is follow @calmmamasclub and @bearandeden and tag two local buddies who would love to come along! Bubbas welcome 👶 Please note you will need to be available on the date and time of the event. This giveaway is open to UK residents and over 18s only. This competition closes on Friday 13th September 8pm (GMT) when a winner will be chosen at random. This competition is in no way associated with Instagram. Good luck and happy hump day! 🤞🏼

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2 weeks ago

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💕We love this picture doing the rounds today thanks to @nhneurotraining

Touch illuminates the brain! Hold them, kiss them, respond to their needs, massage them, love them, just as your instincts suggest and you'll have the same reaction #securenotspoiled ⁣👇

"This is the world’s first ever magnetic resonance image showing a mother and child’s bond. ⁣

The image is of neuroscientist Rebecca Saxe kissing her two month old son.⁣

The child’s brain appears to be smoother and darker. This is because it has significantly less white matter. White matter is comprised of myelin, which is fatty tissue that acts as insulation for the wires that communicate messages inside your brain.⁣

Kissing causes a chemical reaction in your brain, including a burst of the hormone oxytocin. Oxytocin is often referred to as the ‘love hormone’ because it stirs up feelings of affection and attachment.⁣

Kissing activates the brain’s reward system; releasing dopamine which makes us feel good. It also releases vasopressin which bonds mothers with babies and romantic partners to each other. It also releases serotonin which helps to regulate our mood."⁣

#nhneurotraining #responsiveparenting⁣
#love #brainscience #neuroscience #neuro #psychology #neurology #oxytocin #dopamine #serotonin #attachment
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