Episode 1: Expectations: Sleep (or The Lack Of It) In The First Year

We've all been told that when a baby arrives they turn your world upside down, and we've all been warned about how little sleep we will get. But what does the first year of sleep actually feel like with a new baby? Is there a magical time when bub will sleep through the night? What happens before then?

Host Shevonne Hunt talks with a number of experts to find out what we can expect in the first year.

We hear from Fran Chavasse, registered nurse and midwife, and senior nurse educator at Tresillian, Professor James McKenna, Director of the Mother Baby Behavioural Sleep Laboratory at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, and Jo Ryan, a sleep consultant from Baby Bliss.

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