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Advice: Suzanne Irvine with her children Eirin and Lochlan at their Newcastle home

Advice: Suzanne Irvine with her children Eirin and Lochlan at their Newcastle home

Advice: Suzanne Irvine with her children Eirin and Lochlan at their Newcastle home

Sleep deprivation is a physical and mental state many Northern Irish parents put up with for the first few years of their child's life, but one woman is trying to change our perceptions on this.

Mother-of-two Suzanne Irvine (44) from Newcastle, Co Down, wants to bring about a societal shift in how we almost succumb to the acceptance that babies, toddlers and children simply do not sleep well in those crucial early years of life.

It is through her own personal experience as an exhausted and sleep deprived mum to son Lochlan (8) and daughter Eirin (6) that she set up GoodNight Guidance in 2015, and became the first ever sleep consultant in Northern Ireland.


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