Sharlene, known as NZ’s Baby Whisperer, is a postnatal advisor who offers parents nationwide her guidance and advice, helping families to have a more enjoyable experience in parenting in the early years. Sharlene offers parental “coaching” in the following key areas.

Preparing for your baby

Feeding Advice

Daily Routines

Day to day lifestyle suggestions

Sleeping Problems

Sibling Adjustment

Sharlene helps parents with babies and children (0-5yrs of age), offering consultations by phone and via skype/zoom calls or visits them in their own home. She listens or observes, helping to determine the best solutions for their baby’s age and personality, offering ideas tailored to the families individual needs and beliefs. read more

New Arrival

Sharlene’s videos with top techniques


This is the practical handbook that every mother needs when preparing for a new baby. Broken down into easy-to-follow timeframes from preparing for arrival and birth right through to 12 months, you’ll quickly find answers to everything you need to know



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Where have we been?

George was 6 months on Sunday and the past month has passed in one big blur!  Currently I am working with George looking after 10mth old baby, 24hrs a day for just over a week.  As I finally make it to bed at 9.50pm, I have an over-tiredness that gives you energy at night, so […]

Where has my small chatty baby gone?

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George start’s teething and solids!

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