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Meet some of the experts from our Dream Team and hear about the things that Hana (and so many other parents) wishes she had known about babies and sleep before she left the hospital with her newborn. This is really valuable information for all expectant and new parents to know and remember - and will help in your journey with your baby to better, longer sleep.

Remember, having a baby can be one of life's most exciting and challenging experiences - for both mums and dads. Sleep deprivation is tough to cope with and can take its toll on you physically, mentally and emotionally. If you or your partner aren't feeling yourselves, make sure you reach out to friends, family, your doctor, or one of the helpful services in our Support Directory.

The changing hormones, round the clock feeding and disrupted sleep can feel overwhelming and cause a roller-coaster of emotions. If you think you or someone you know may be experiencing more than mood swings and baby blues, check out this article to learn more about the signs of postnatal depression & how to get help. 


Having a baby isn't easy and it's common to feel overwhelmed, vulnerable and in need of help and support.

You don't need to feel like you're in this alone. Whether it's more support with your baby's sleep, assistance with feeding or some extra help for you or your partner, we encourage you to reach out to family, your doctor or one of the many support organisations and services for new and expecting parents and carers.

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