Using comforters for settling your baby
Some babies just love to get up close and cuddly with a soft toy or comforter when they’re going to sleep. Interestingly, the formal name for a soft toy is a ‘transitional love object’, because they help infants to make the emotional transition from dependence to independence. 
Weighted blankets – are not safe for babies and young childrenWeighted blankets are also called ‘calming’ or ‘sensory’ blankets and are often marketed as a sleep aid for babies and young children. Advertisers claim weighted blankets assist the child to go to sleep because they boost a sense of security and help them to calm. However, there is no evidence or proof that any of these claims are accurate. In fact, weighted blankets can be very unsafe and tragically, there have been babies and children who have died when being covered by a weighted blanket during their sleep.
How can I get my toddler to sleep in their own bed?
Most toddlers and young children want to sleep with their parents at some point during their lives. The specifics of when, why and how vary, however, it’s normal and very common for parents to have at least one small child sharing their bed at some stage.
How can I move my toddler’s bedtime earlier?
By the end of the day, most parents of toddlers are more than ready for a little break. Of course, toddlers are delightful, but they can also be exhausting, making bedtime such an exciting prospect for tired parents.
Sometimes parents want to bring their toddler’s bedtime earlier. This can happen for a whole range of reasons, but most frequently because there’s benefits for the toddler in having longer night time sleeps.