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Getting your twins, or more, to sleep!

Having more than one child can make getting into a routine and developing good sleep patterns more challenging.

Below Vicki and Emma from The Children’s Sleep Charity discuss getting into a good routine and address sleep challenges, some of which are specific to multiples.

  1. Who are The Children’s Sleep Charity?
  2. How challenging sleep issues can be when you have multiples?
  3. What is the impact of sleep deprivation, on parents, the children and the wider family?
  4. What is a good routine?
  5. What are ‘sleep associations’ how can these impact on sleep?
  6. What is a sleep diary and how can this help?
  7. Special needs and sleep 
  8. Child keeps getting up
  9. How to establish good sleep patterns after illness
  10. How do you make the transition from cot to bed easier?

 

Below Mum Kerry talks about her journey of helping her children to get a good night’s sleep. From sleepless nights to sleep success.

 

 

 

Sleep Webinar

  • Do you have twins or triplets who do not sleep well?
  • Are you struggling to get your twins, triplets or more to sleep through the night?
  • Do you find yourself getting up multiple times during the night?
  • Does a whole night’s uninterrupted sleep seem like a fantasy that you will never achieve?
  • Do you have one twin that is a ‘good sleeper’ and one that is ‘not so good at sleeping’?
  • Do you find it hard to get your little ones to settle down at bedtime?
  • Would you like to find out how to get your multiples sleeping soundly?

If you can answer yes to any of the above questions then you need to listen in to Tamba’s Sleep webinar.

This webinar is designed for parents who have twins, triplets or more aged from 12 months old up until the age of 5 who are experiencing challenges around sleeping (although the webinar would provide useful information for parents with babies aged 6 months plus).  

Part 1 will cover the theory of sleep, good sleep patterns and practice.  Part 2 will cover sleep problems - putting the principles into place for families with sleep challenges using case studies.  There will be the chance to ask questions during this part.

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Tamba factsheet: Safe Sleeping

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Tamba factsheet: Sleeping Patterns

Find out more about establishing sleeping routines and more in our factsheet

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