With over 25 years experience working with babies and parents worldwide it’s no wonder Jo is the UK’s leading Baby Sleep Expert.
Teaching babies how to love sleeping with calm gentle guidance, encouraging confident parenting.
Jo helps parents with her best selling book Baby Secrets, Sleepytime-Bedtime products and Go Anywhere blackout she also offers email and Skype support. And training her Sleep Angels to help more people.
You have probably seen Jo at one of the Baby Shows around the country, on Daybreak, Live with Gabby as their Baby expert, ITN news, on BBC Radio, or in one of the many parenting magazines for which she writes for.
Working with Pampers as their Sleep Expert for the second year running and other large brands, Jo’s mission is to make a difference to parents where she can. If you need any advice about your baby whether it’s sleep, natural routines, reflux or anything else.
Offering private home consults.
Clare Byam-Cook is a former nurse and midwife. She worked as a nurse at Westminster Hospital and then as a midwife at Queen Charlotte’s Maternity Hospital in London until the birth of her second child in 1985.
In 1989 she joined Christine Hill’s private antenatal practice in Chiswick where she taught the breast-feeding class until Christine stopped running her classes in 2013. Clare carries out home or hospital visits to any mother who is having feeding problems after the birth and also sees clients by appointment at her house in Putney, London. Clare does not advertise so all her clients have to come to her by word-of-mouth referral from their friends, GPs, midwives, obstetricians & paediatricians. Clare’s first book ‘What to Expect When You’re Breast-feeding……and What if you Can’t?’ was published in 2001, followed by ‘Top Tips for Breast-feeding’ & ‘Top Tips for Bottle-feeding’. Her DVD ‘Breastfeeding Without Tears’ was released in 2004. Clare has helped many celebrities including Kate Winslet , Helen Bonham-Carter and Robbie Willams wife, Ada. She has also written articles for baby magazines and has made many appearances on television and radio, including This Morning, Daybreak, The Wright Stuff, BBC Breakfast, Channel 5 News, Sky News, Woman’s Hour, The Jeremy Vine Show on Radio 2 and The Vanessa FeltzShow on BBC Radio London.
Annabel Karmel MBE
Offering nutritional advice for our clients and exclusive recipes.
The UK’s No.1 Parenting Author and Leading Food Expert. Mother of three, Annabel Karmel MBE is the UK’s No.1 parenting author, and expert on devising delicious, nutritious meals for babies children and families.
Since launching with The Complete Baby and Toddler Meal Planner more than 20 years ago, Annabel has written 40 books, which have sold over four million copies worldwide, covering every stage of a child’s development. From nutrition during pregnancy and weaning, through to feeding fussy eaters and family cooking, Annabel continues to be the UK’s most trusted, influential and inspiring resource for mums who want to give their growing family the very best start in life.
Al is the founder and CEO of The Dad Network; the UK’s fastest growing network of dads and most influential dad blog. The Dad Network is not only a blog but an online hub offering support, encouragement and networking opportunities for dads across the globe. Al’s 2 YouTube Channels, The Dad Network TV and ‘Al & Ted,’ have just been signed to Warner Brothers giving him a colossal reach across the parenting industry.
Al has presented for some of the UK’s largest brands; Tesco, Peugeot, Dolmio, Johnson & Johnson, Legal & General and many more. He has also appeared on 4OD, working with Channel 4 on a series of ‘shorts’ documentaries complimenting the latest One Born Every Minute series. Furthermore, he has worked with Peter Andre on a documentary for ITV’s This Morning as well as becoming a regular on Good Morning Britain as an ‘expert.’ As well as on his own blog, Al’s writing can be found in various magazines both online and in print. He has written for Grazia, Baby Prima, Baby Centre and BT to name a few. Al is most recognised however, for his 2 viral photos; an adorable photo of his son and a ‘Dads Don’t Babysit’ T-Shirt. He appeared in some of the world’s largest media publications; the Telegraph, The Mail Online, Mashable, Buzzfeed, Cosmopolitan & Today. Before working as a full time blogger and YouTuber, Al worked as a fully qualified primary school teacher for over 5 years, whereby presenting to and educating children became second nature to him.