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Sleep Workshops

Workshops can be a more affordable way to access sleep advice and support, especially if you have one area, such as early rising, that needs addressing. Workshops can also be useful as a preventative measure for new parents or parents-to-be to understand the science behind sleep, why sleep is so important, what to expect with sleep in your baby and beyond, and key areas where sleep can be affected by external factors as well as how to solve them.

Please see below fro upcoming workshops.

Upcoming events are also on my Facebook page www.facebook.com/HushaBooNight

Upcoming Sleep Workshops

A series of 3 summer workshop mornings will be held at Reids for parents in Billericay, Brentwood, Basildon, Wickford, Chelmsford, Romford surrounding areas.

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Use discount code SUMMERSLEEP17 when booking Part 1 & 2 together for 10% off.

 9:30am – 12pm

Tuesday 15th August – Newborn Sleep Workshop

Tuesday 22nd August – Under 5’s Sleep Workshop Part 1

Tuesday 29th August – Under 5’s Sleep Workshop Part 2

Arrival from 9:30am to get you and your baby settled. Sleep talk starts promptly at 10am for 1-1.5 hours (depending on how many questions raised throughout). Following the talk, an informal q&a with Emma with tea/coffee and cake until 12pm.

Babies welcome, this is a relaxed workshop with mats and toys plus space to bring buggies in if baby/child is asleep (or due to sleep!). Changing facilities also available and plenty of free parking to the side of the building.

Partners also welcome but please choose this at time of booking so I am aware of numbers.

Newborn Sleep Workshop

This workshop is useful for parents-to-be or parents with newborn babies (birth to 3 months). The main aim of the newborn workshop is to look at what is normal for a newborn baby when it comes to sleep, and what to expect (and therefore how to respond) at each stage.

Key areas covered:

– An overview of the science of sleep

– The relationship between feeding and sleeping

– Creating the perfect sleep environment

– When and how to establish a routine

– Expectations of sleep

– The importance of differentiating between night and day

– Sleep cues and over tiredness

 

Tickets can be purchased at Eventbrite here.

 

Under 5’s Sleep Workshop Part 1

This workshop is useful for parents with babies, toddlers and children under 5. The main aim of the under 5’s sleep workshops is to look at how sleep changes and develops past 4 months, what to expect with sleep in the fitst few years, and how you can create the best sleeper possible for your parenting style.

Key areas covered:

– An overview of the science of sleep

– What changes in sleep patterns past 4 months

– Helpful vs unhelpful sleep habits

– Creating an independent sleeper

– Choosing the right sleep method for you and your baby

– Developmental milestones that affect sleep

 Tickets can be purchased at Eventbrite here.

 

Under 5’s Sleep Workshop Part 2

This workshop is useful for parents with babies, toddlers and children under 5. The main aim of the under 5’s sleep workshops is to look at how sleep changes and develops past 4 months, what to expect with sleep in the fitst few years, and how you can create the best sleeper possible for your parenting style.

Key areas covered:

– Causes of sleep disruption

– Night weaning

– Dummy tips and weaning

– Night time wakings

– Early rising

– Nightmares and night terrors

– Naps

Tickets can be purchased at Eventbrite here.

Plenty of free parking to the side of Reids. Easily accessible via A127, A12 and M25. For sat nag use postcode CM12 9LD.

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I love #bedtimestories , it’s one of my favourite times of the day to spend with Davey. It’s also such a great way to wind down at bedtime whilst having a snuggle 💕
This is one of his favourites that we read today and one of mine too, it has such a lovely message. What’s your little one’s favourite bedtime story?
#bedtimestory #winddowntime #sleepychild #sleepconsultant #baby #childdevelopment #sleeptips #babysleeptips #childsleep #healthysleephabitshappychild #gotosleepchild #bedtimeroutine #nosleep
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4 weeks ago

HushaBoo Night Nanny & Sleep Consultant

What do you do in the heatwave? Avoid crowded places and queues, where you get even more irritated. Eat fresh food. Find an amazing place with shade and paddling pools just for Babies and Toddlers.

Buy a Summer Pass for £20 to come as many times as you want between today (my 47th Birthday eek) and end of August, so 5 weeks of fun in our cool playbarn for Under 5’s. This excludes classes. Buy them at Barn or we can send them to you for £1 extra.

Pop a water bottle in the fridge for a few hours and put it in their bed before they get in.

Put on your AC and their hats and sun cream and drive to The Nurture Barn where it is lovely and cool with breezes from the garden windows.

Paddle in our safe, shallow paddling pools.

Eat outside under our gazebos.

Have an ice cream after a lovely lunch.

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4 weeks ago

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Lovely meeting Keeley this morning at my sleep clinic at The Nurture Barn at The Blue Egg, Great Bardfield. I gave her some tips on how to get through the early rising with some self settling strategies and nap advice.
I’m at the Nurture Barn every month and will also be there for Barnfest on 31st August ☀️

The Nurture Barn at The Blue Egg, Great Bardfield
Henry doesn’t sleep past 4.30am so we got mummy a 1 to 1 hour (£32) with #Hushaboosleep to talk about strategies. She is here next on Wed Sept 11, call us to book your appointment. - [ ] #preschoolers #preschool #nurturebarn #daysoutwiththekids #essexmum #essexdaysout #babyledweaning #babydaysout #mumsofinstagram #educationaltoys #preschoolactivities #greatdunmow#whatsoninessex #daysoutwithkidsinessex#Under5s#toddlerfriendly#breastfedbaby#childfriendly#mummysndbaby#babyfood#toddlerplayideas#motherofalloutings #chelmsfordmums #chelmsfordmumstobe #brentwoodmumstob #babiesofinstagram #thingstodoinessex #essexmamas #essexmama #childfriendlycafe
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A sunrise is undoubtedly beautiful. But at this time of year it’s not much fun if your little one is waking earlier and earlier. I have had so many enquiries about early rising in the last month so it’s clearly taking its toll. There’s three main reasons your little one may be waking earlier.

⭐️Light - this is the obvious one at this time of year. Some are more sensitive to light than others but it’s always worth ruling out - make sure that room is as dark as can be!
⭐️ Noise - coupled with chinks of light, your little one may be more sensitive to noises especially the birds that just love to sing at 4am. If their song is causing sleep deprivation, consider white noise as a temporary measure to block out external noises, and if you have it already, make sure it’s loud enough.

⭐️ Overtiredness - whether it’s caused by a late bedtime or tricky naps during the day, overtiredness causes the levels of cortisol to be elevated at bedtime...which then spill over to ‘awake’ mode too early in the morning. Check your little ones schedule and routine to make sure they’re getting the right amount of sleep.

For more info, please check out my blog post on the early rising on the website.

hushaboo.co.uk/i-love-starting-my-day-at-4am-says-no-parent-ever/
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