When my first son was born the longest he sleep was for two hours at a time, feeding him also took an hour. That meant we were very tired parents. My son was premature so he really needed to be fed when he needed to be fed. To this day I still have the little records I kept of the times he was fed. My husband and I wanted to keep a record because as they grow you often forget about many things and we wanted to document those early days, weeks and months.
Want to get better sleep at college? This post is for you. Are you heading off to college or have a son or daughter going to college? Getting quality sleep is so important for college students. However, getting a great night’s sleep doesn’t have to end when heading off to college. Of course college offers up many distractions some of which impact upon the amount of sleep you might get and the quality of sleep.
Ah this brings back memories – some good and some bad! I have to say that even the thought of a hotel stay with our two boys were terrifying. The thing is that they were good sleepers but sleeping in a different bed and a different room with all the unusual smells and sounds often brings with it a sense of concern and stress. This often means that even those children who are great sleepers often have trouble sleeping.
Recent news stories tell us that the hot weather in the summer is here to stay and we are going to experience more heat extremes. I don’t know about you but this summer was so uncomfortable for sleeping that my sleep was very poor. Unfortunately we need the right temperature if we are to have an ideal night’s sleep.
When we are expecting a baby our immune system changes along with most other things too. We can get the cold easy and it may take a little longer to get rid off. But the good news is that we can do things to prevent getting a cold as well as some things that will help us deal with a cough and cold that will help you sleep better.