sleep safety over Christmas

 

According to the Infant Sleep Information Source (ISIS) infant deaths increase over Christmas and New Year holidays – this is often due to changes in sleeping environments.

Christmas can be a happy but chaotic time of visitors and visiting and of just one more drink so it can be useful to ensure that there is a:

  • safe place for your baby to sleep
  • sober  adult to look after your baby

And remember, if you have had a drink, don’t co-sleep because it might not be safe to do so.

 

Plan ahead and have a great Christmas

 

Janine x

 

 

isis sleep safety

 

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I am an antenatal teacher, doula, baby massage instructor, postnatal educator, life coach, writer, mum, wife, friend and, sometimes, just me. As an experienced and qualified practitioner, I specialise in pregnancy, birth and early parenting - my aim is to listen, inform, support and reassure when needed. I have worked with parents since 2002 and I set up Birth, Baby & Family in 2011 to provide good information, a different perspective and links to the best products and services for families. I set up the Birth, Baby & Family Centre in 2014 to provide a welcoming, friendly and supportive space for parents across Tyneside.