How to Deal with Sleep Deprivation Without Sleep Training
How to Put on a Stretchy Wrap Baby Carrier
Sleep deprivation is pretty much a given in the early days of motherhood. If you don’t want to sleep train and you haven’t been blessed with a unicorn baby, you’re going to have to learn to deal with potentially years of broken sleep.
Even if your baby is generally a good sleeper, there’ll be times when they’re teething, sick or going through a growth spurt, where they’ll wake in the night. Often multiple times.
After years of broken sleep, I’ve found ways to feel less like a zombie and more like a functional human being.
Tips To Make Toilet Training Easier
Stretchy wraps can seem confusing when you first get one, but really, they’re not that hard to tie. It very quickly becomes second nature. I’ve put together a video tutorial which shows how quick and easy it can be to put on a stretchy wrap.
We recently tackled toilet training our toddler, and it was no where near as painful as I thought it would be.
With a little bit of preparation it thankfully all worked out smoothly. It didn’t take too long for everything to click and now I only have to change nappies for one child.
If you’re looking at toilet training your toddler, there’s no need to stress. It doesn’t have to be super hard. And while I’m certainly not a toilet training expert I want to share the tips that helped make our experience easier than expected.