Sheyne Rowley - The Australian Baby Whisperer - Positive Routine Management

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Testimonials

"Before my baby girl was born, I was one of those "no clue" women who proclaimed that that my baby would fit in with my routine, after all, she was joining our life, not the other way around.

Indeed, for the first month of her life I did manage to go out for coffees, lunches and even take her to Christmas parties, so I was quite smugly thinking that this was going to be a breeze. At around ten weeks she slept from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. and I thought this is it; she's now sleeping through - how naive I was!

By four months I was getting no sleep and Morgana had zero routine - I didn't even give her a daily bath or feed her at the same time. I was still desperately hanging on to my notion that she would fit in with my routines and that being a mother didn't have to be hard, but in fact, I was making things harder and harder for myself. At around that time, I did a kind of half hearted control crying for a couple of nights and things did improve.

But then at six months, she contracted diarrhoea, which she had for the next THREE MONTHS! Her samples were constantly tested, but no terrible bug was ever found and the only advice that doctors and paediatricians came up with was to keep her fluids up and keep breast-feeding on demand. So, at nine months I was still breast-feeding at least twice a night. Then as suddenly as it came, the diarrhoea cleared up and I thought “great, I can get some sleep” but Morgana, a particularly determined and strong-willed person, had different ideas – she wasn’t giving up that breast – no way!

It got to the stage where I was so exhausted that my husband had to be up with her at night and they would both fall asleep in a chair – we were desperate people, caught in a terrible cycle. Finally, I felt we needed professional help and called The Australian Baby Whisperer, Sheyne Rowley. Three weeks later, our guardian angle turned up at our door.

We went for the standard five day course, where she lived in with us and saved our sanity. Sheyne told me not to feed Morgana from 3:00 a.m. onwards on the night before she came, no matter who much she demanded, so buy the time Sheyne turned up at 6:30 a.m., she was pretty hungry and our new routine was born.

Sheyne got Morgana sleeping through by the end of the five days using strict daytime sleep, food and play time, key words she only heard when going to sleep and waking up and by wrapping her. Morgana is now two and I still wrap her - it gets her back to sleep in a second if she wakes up at night.

Sheyne taught us the importance of making a baby feel loved and safe while showing them who was in charge and it works. When Sheyne leaves you at the end of five days, when you’ve enjoyed her company, being pampered and even having meals cooked for you, on top of having your child fall totally in love with her, you feel lost. Let’s be honest, I was petrified!

The hard work begins when Sheyne walks out of your door – it’s then up to you to stick to a very strict day-time routine, which to those who haven’t lived with constant sleep deprivation may find claustrophobic, but for those who have, nothing is too much to ensure your child sleeps straight through for twelve hours!!!!

We kept our routine up for a year, but gradually cot time started to fade, we’d pick her out of her cot without using the magic words and bit by bit things didn’t feel quite so rock solid. Then, Morgana and I headed back to Wales to visit my family. As you can imagine jet lag can be traumatic for an eighteen month old but I kept telling myself that after five days, she’d settle back into her routine – she never did. My mother pushed me to have her sleep in my bed (a big no, no) and finally I gave in, but still she didn’t sleep. My holiday was turning into a disaster and seeing my family was no fun!

Finally about ten days after I arrived, I called Sheyne. ONE HOUR on the telephone with her and she got Morgana sleeping through again! As a result of that conversation, I had a fantastic time for the rest of my holiday; I knew that if I put Morgana to bed at 7:00 p.m. she’d sleep through. Sure my family thought I was strict and that I should let her stay up and play, or they’d wonder out loud why getting her to bed at exactly mid-day was so important – I know they thought I was being precious but who cares? Sticking to the routine meant that after two weeks I could even risked going away without her for a weekend. I left her with my parents, who are both in their seventies, and sure enough, all three of them had great sleeps all weekend while I partied!

Spending money on Sheyne Rowley, The Australian Baby Whisperer, is the best money I have EVER SPENT. You’re not only paying for sleep, you’re paying for a happy and contented baby and happy and contented parents. No matter how strong willed they are (no one is stronger willed than Morgana) they will learn to love their new routine.

My advice is just do it!"

Elaine Davies


Sheyne Rowley - channel 7 Sunrise. Read transcripts from her appearances.
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