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Bedroom lighting can often be an afterthought when it comes to redecorating your child’s room however it can be just as important as furniture and colour scheme. Good and well-placed lighting can have many benefits in […]

October is ADHD awareness month; ADHD or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder affecting both children and adults all over the world. ADHD often begins in childhood and may continue into adulthood. There are various symptoms […]

Diet, lifestyle and sleep all go hand in hand. We all know how important diet and exercise is for our health and our children’s health however sleep also plays a massive role in this. Studies have […]

Room to Grow explore what sleepwalking is and why it happens.

According to the National Sleep Foundation, 1% of pre-school aged children and 2% of school-aged children walk in their sleep at least a few nights per week. As it is something that is more common amongst […]

Child lays on a bed next to a cat

National Pet Month takes place from 1st April 2019 to 6th May 2019. It is hosted by the charity of the same name whose key aims are; to promote responsible pet ownership, make people aware of […]

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Brave, bright and bold – a pop of colour adds spice to any bedroom at risk of being deemed bland. We know it can be daunting, as there is always a worry the shade will be […]

From midnight secret-sharing to the best hide-and-seek spots, bunk beds provide endless fun for little ones. But even better than that (from our point of view anyway!) they’re also a great room saver for those of […]

How to Throw the Ultimate Sleepover

Posted on 09/12/2015 by Jane Thomas
Bedtime, Fun

From late-night ghost stories to sharing secrets that would win us friends for life, some of our best memories were created at sleepovers. If your little one has got a birthday or a special occasion coming […]

A fairytale bedroom is the stuff of children’s dreams. Who are we kidding? It’s the stuff of our dreams too! Whether it’s inspired by their favourite animated film or their most treasured bedtime story, here’s how […]

What Are Night Terrors and How to Deal with Them

Posted on 11/10/2015 by Jane Thomas
Bedtime, Sleep

Night terrors are a sleep problem occurring for some young children. Estimates range from 3% to 15% of younger children experiencing them. Night terrors are more common in children between two and six year of age. […]

In order for the human body to sleep, the core body temperature needs to dip. The ideal temperature for sleeping varies with age. A baby’s room temperature of 16-20°C is comfortable and safe for your sleeping […]

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