Sheyne Rowley - The Australian Baby Whisperer - Positive Routine Management

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Testimonials

It turns my stomach every time I think of how much trouble we were in before Sheyne came to help us.

We endured our nightmare for as long as we could - up until the miscarriage that is.

We were living in a town away from home, so that Callam could be born in a hospital with better facilities than those that were on offer in my hometown. This is where we believe Callam's plight began. In the first hour that Callam was born, he was left out in the hallway, awaiting measurements, in a clear plastic trolley for as long as it took for us to realise that the staff were so busy, that they had forgotten him. (Three birthing rooms, and eight babies in twenty-four hours) We were wheeled in at one end just in time for the doctor to arrive, and wheeled out before the baby could be weighed.

Callam screamed for the first 4 nights. Each nurse offered a different reason. A windy baby, a hungry baby, a thirsty baby. My milk didn't come in for the first three weeks. After one kind hearted clinic nurse suggested Domperidome. I had never heard of this. She was our third clinic nurse. We've seen a few.

All up, Callam slept for forty minutes at a time, twenty-four/seven. He was very unsettled. Could never be left alone, and over ate, according to the clinic nurses. Then eventually he stopped eating almost altogether. We had three different nurses spend days at a time at home with us, trying their different methods. Then they sent us to the Riverton Centre, again, without much success.

Callam has been bounced on an exercise ball; or on the end of a bed; swung in the swing on the balcony; driven around in the car, jiggled in his cot, placed on Mum's chest or Dad's chest; rocked in the pram over a bump on the floor; or just left to cry (controlled crying) to get him to sleep. These types of actions were required after each forty minute kip. The longest Callam ever slept was approximately three hours. During this time, we were so worried that he hadn't woken, that we were awake wondering if he was still breathing.

Callam was subjected to similar methods with feeding. No one was able to talk or move around at those rare times that he did in fact choose to drink his milk. This would distract him from the task at hand. One clinic nurse held the bottle inside his mouth for ten minutes straight, while he gagged and choked, screamed and swallowed his own vomit continuously.

We had become quite desperate. The sleep deprivation denied us the will to be civil to each other, let alone work together at trying to solve the problem. Our marriage was in trouble, and our son was even worse off.

This went on for just over ten months, when Sheyne came to us.

I miscarried our second child when Callam was about seven months old. After the miscarriage, I bled for three to four months. No treatment from the doctors in the district could stop it. The bleeding stopped the week after Sheyne had left. One week's sleep was all I needed!

And, one week's sleep, under Sheyne's programme, was all that Callam needed, to turn him around. He now sleeps eleven hours a night, and two hours during the day. No rocking or bouncing required!

He also eats five times a day, and drinks three bottles of milk.

He is able to play on his own, and has no trouble with us leaving him alone when we need to pop outside for something.

Callam is the beautiful little boy that we dreamt we would have, and we owe it all to Sheyne's loving care.

Thank you again Sheyne. We miss you.

Leah Ogilvie


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