Parenting Advice


Our Slumbersac blog is all about helping your family. We have put together a lot of useful information for new parents for their first time as a family. You will find valuable advice and helpful information on topics such as pregnancy, baby milestones and development, nutrition and health, baby and childcare, activity ideas for children and much much more.

Healthy baby sleep is also a big and important topic that concerns many parents, especially in the early days: In addition to informative articles and expert tips, our Slumbersac blog also answers the most common questions parents have about baby sleep and Slumbersac products.

You can find our practical guide on the subject of "SAFE AND HEALTHY SLEEP FOR BABIES, CHILDREN AND PARENTS". 

It's important to remember every child is different and will develop at different speeds. Here are some tips to help give your child the best start in life:


  1. How does my baby's hearing develop?

    How does my baby's hearing develop?

    After your baby is born, you can watch them closely and follow their development to see their senses develop and learn new things. You’re probably wondering when your baby can recognise your voice and how their hearing ability develops in the course of its first year of life. Read on to find out when…

    Baby's ear

    This is how your baby's hearing develops

    Already in your stomach, from around the seventh month, your child learns to pick up sounds. This includes your voice, the rustling of your blood and your heartbeat, but also sounds from your environment that it perceives through the abdominal wall. However, it hears external noises 20 to 30 decibels quieter tha

    Read article
  2. Why does my child put things in their mouth

    Why does my child put things in their mouth

    Surely you’ve already seen what your little one puts in their mouth. Whether toys, keys, dummies, the corner of your favourite book or a toothbrush - (almost) nothing is safe from the baby in the oral phase. In this article we will explain why this is the case and how long the oral phase lasts.

    Baby chewing on toy

    The mouth is the most important sense organ in the oral phase

    First of all, the sense of touch is most pronounced in your little one. Your baby will also put their own hands in their mouths more often from the age of three months, as they see them as toys.

    Read article
© 2022 Slumbersac Trading